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    Stateline Fury is one of the premier girls’ fastpitch programs in the Midwest, playing on a local, regional, and national level. We prepare our players to play high school and college softball through consistent, proven training techniques used by most of the top coaches in the country. Make no mistake, we are here to compete, but Furyball is more than playing the sport of fastpitch softball. Our teams are groups of girls that through their experiences, forge memories that will last for the rest of their lives. They become part of a family.




    “The key is not the will to win. Everybody has that. It is the will to prepare to win that is important.”
    Bobby Knight

    14 National Championships
    8 National Runner-ups
    9 State Championships
    4 State Runner-ups
    225 Tournament Wins

    Still looking for a team?

    We have a few teams looking to add players to round off their rosters:  

                       Team Coach Players
        8UF   Dayton Smith (2)
      10UF   Dayton Smith (1)
      10UB   Julio Rivas (1)
     11UO   Brandy Jensen (1)
      14UB   Brad Bach (1)
         15UO   Ben Race (1)
      16UA   Denny McKinney (1)

    (private tryouts available upon request)



       Team Coach
        8UF Dayton Smith
        9UO Brandon Jackson
      10UF Dayton Smith
      10UB Julio Rivas
      11UO Meghan Fuentes
      11UO Brandy Jensen
      12UA Erik Wintlend
      13UA Jake Nevdal
      14UB Brad Bach
      14UA Mike Marszalec
         15UO Ben Race
      16UA Denny McKinney

    2018/19 NCAA Recruiting Calendar (Division 1)


    With the “off-season” quickly ending it’s a great time to look at the updated 2018-2019 NCAA Recruiting Calendar. Several changes have been made to make the recruiting experience more enjoyable for the coaches, families, and athletes including eliminating any recruiting conversation regarding prospective student-athletes until Sept. 1 of their junior year. Here is the link for the 2018-2019 NCAA Division 1 Recruiting Calendar.

    Below is an excerpt from the National Scouting Report with a more detailed description of what can and cannot occur in early conversations.


    DI Softball Only Recruiting Rule–NSR

    These new rules will help eliminate early recruiting, but the NCAA with help from the NFCA wanted to take these new rules a step further for D-I softball.

    From now on, college coaches can’t hold recruiting conversations with prospective student-athletes or their families until Sept. 1 of athletes’ junior year. This rule includes talks at camps, combines, tournaments, showcases, games, practices, etc.

    Recruiting conversations include any contact between a prospective student-athlete and a coach where they discuss the athlete’s recruiting journey, performance, or the coach’s interest in that athlete.

    College coaches can’t send or return any emails, direct messages, texts, phone calls or letters that have to do with the athlete’s recruiting process.

    College coaches can’t use coaches or scouts to pass on messages. However, they can use them to show or express interest.

    For example, when a college coach calls an NSR scout asking about an athlete, they can say, “yes, I have an interest in Susie Que.” But they can’t say, “tell Susie Que we are interested in her.”


    Additional training by some of the best coaches in the Stateline area. We start with the fundamentals and evolve to skill-sets transferable at the college level. 

    Fury training schedule:

    October 26/27th:

    Jensen (9:00 - 11:00 am)

    Rivas (11:00 - 1:00 pm)

    Jackson/Smith (1:00 - 3:00 pm)

    Fuentes (9:00 - 11:00 am, Sunday)

    “Nothing will work unless you do.” 
    – John Wooden, Basketball

    2019 banner

    - combined 2020 record -
    99 - 57 - 7


    Runner-ups 1
    3rd-place 1

    Stateline Sports Group

    Phone: (815) 312-5143