For a better browsing experience please switch your browser out of compatability mode.



Junior Women's National Team

 No. Name Position Hometown College
17 Ali Aguilar SS/2B Orangevale, Calif. *Washington
22 Erica Nunn Pitcher Apex, N.C. South Florida - Fr.
15 Andrea Hawkins Outfield  Bay City, Texas  Alabama - Fr.
1 Cheridan Hawkins Pitcher  Anderson, Calif.  Oregon - Fr.
4 Sierra Lawrence SS/OF Snellville, Ga.  Michigan - Fr.
28 Haylie McCleney Outfield  Morris, Ala.  Alabama - Fr.
6  Danica Mercado 2B/OF Temecula, Calif.  Oregon - Fr.
24 Jessica Plaza Catcher  Huntington Beach, Calif.  Stanford - Fr.
29 Erin Shireman Catcher  Pearland, Texas  Texas - Fr.
30 Lee Ann Spivey Catcher Palm Coast, Fla.  South Florida - Fr.
9 Lauren Young Infield Anaheim, Calif.  Arizona - Fr.
55 Paige McDuffee Pitcher  The Woodlands, Texas  UCLA - Fr.
26 Sierra Romero SS Murrieta, Calif.  Michigan - Fr.
14 Mysha Sataraka Infield Honolulu, Hawaii  UCLA - Fr.
27 Kelsey Stewart 2B Wichita, Kan.  Florida - Fr.
2 Emily Crane 2B/OF Troy, Mo.  Missouri - Fr.
12 Jailyn Ford Pitcher  Hot Springs, Va.  James Madison - Fr.
* Ali Aguilar has committed to the University of Washington

Alternates: Nancy Bowling (Simi Valley, Calif./Arizona - Fr.), Kelli Hanzel (Houston, Texas/Texas Impact)
Head Coach: Tairia Flowers ( Tucson, Ariz./head coach Cal State Northridge)
Asst. Coaches: Laura Berg (Corvalis, Ore./head coach Oregon State), Trisha Ford (Fremont, Calif./head coach Fresno State), Lisa Dodd (San Diego, Calif./head coach UNLV) 


Brampton, Ont., Canada

July 1-7

Selection for the 2013 Junior Women's National Team will follow the 2013 ASA Junior Olympic (JO) National Tournaments. The National Identification Program, presented by ASA/USA Softball and Softball Factory, provides fast pitch players with more exposure and additional opportunities to be identified for the USA Softball Junior National Team. Please visit for more information.