Tori is the head coach of the ECF 18U Gold National Team. Tori graduated from Central Connecticut State University in 2018 as a 4 year starter. In Tori's collegiate carrer she made 176 starts at 1st base, earned 4 NEC Rookie of the Week Honors, an ECAC Rookie of the Week Honor, and was named to the NEC All Conference 2nd Team in 2018. She was a 4 year varsity starter at King Philip Regional High School. She won two Division I State Championships in High School (2009, 2010). Was named Hockomock League All Star in 2012 & 2013. Sun Chronical All Star in 2012 & 2013. Hockomock League Batting Champion 2012 (.620) Boston Herald All Scholastic 2012 & 2013. ESPN Boston All State First Team 2012 & 2013. Boston Globe All Scholastic 2013. Tori played travel ball for Rhode Island Thunder (2009 - 2012) & East Coast Firecrackers (2013). In the 2013 season with the East Coast Fircrackers, Tori and her team placed 3rd in the Colorado Firework Tournament (Denver, CO). They placed 7th in Triple Crown 18U Nationals (Reno, NV) & they placed 9th in PGF 18U Nationals (Huntington Beach, CA). In 2013, the ECF 18U Gold team was ranked one of the top 25 teams in the nation. In her second season coaching, her and her team will be competing in some of the most competitive 18U tournaments in the nation. Hoping to help her team follow their dreams of competing at the collegiate level. Tori is assisted by Nick DiMauro and Butch Gifford.
Keith Bowen - 16U Red
Steve Frazier - 16U White
Holly Kathios - 14U Gold
Holly is the head coach of the ECF 14U Gold team. Holly played for the Salve Regina University Seahawks where she was the starting catcher and captain. She was named to the All CCC second team as a catcher. Her senior year she batted .306 with 1 strikeout in over 100 at bats. Holly played travel ball for the Rhode Island Thunder Elite.
Haeli Campbell - 14U Blue
Haeli is the head coach of the ECF 14U Blue team. She currently plays for the University of Southern Maine Huskies. Haeli played high school softball for Goffstown, NH where she earned three varsity letters. Haeli was named to All-State first team as a junior and senior.