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Coach Maggie Seidel
GamesOnce per Week
PracticesTwice per week
AffiliationUSSSA; Triple Crown;
PhilosophyWe expect our players to be 100% committed. Our goal is to compete at the highest levels in our sport and maximize exposure of our players to college coaches for possible scholarships. Players must constantly work to earn and keep their position on the team.
Team BioMaggie is from Lake Forest, IL and was a four year letter winner and two time all conference player at Lake Forest High School. Maggie played Division I softball at Villanova as an undergraduate and as a graduate student at Fordham. Her previous coaching experience includes all levels of travel softball, Varsity and Junior Varsity. She has worked with and maintains a relationship with several former Olympic softball players, and worked with a former Olympic sprinter on speed training for nearly a decade. Additionally Maggie has 7 years experience umpiring.
The Vienna Stars softball program is a premier fast-pitch organization in the Northern Virginia area that enjoys a long history of success. The Stars program was founded and is operated under the guidance of the Vienna Girls Softball League. The Stars programs includes teams in all age groups from 10U to the 18U level. The Stars Travel Softball Teams are a group of dedicated female athletes who train year-round with the goal of becoming the best players they can and to do well annually at a national level. The objective of the Vienna Stars program is to provide advanced skills development and playing opportunities for players who want to achieve and maintain the highest level of play available at their age level in girls fast-pitch softball. Participation on a Stars team requires a full commitment from both the players and their parents to an intensive training and game schedule that begins in early fall, includes an indoor winter conditioning and skills development program, and has the potential for tournament ball every weekend from late May through National Tournaments in late July and early August.