Lauren is a DIII All American who also made the All-Star team playing with the Fastpitch U Summer Collegiate Team in 2019. Lauren is a motivated player who will be graduating from Rhodes in 2020 and continuing her education to get her masters with two years of Softball Eligibility remaining at University of Wisconsin Green Bay to get her masters degree. Laruen is a hard working and deliberate player who continues to get better.
Jasmin is one of the nations top power hitters. She is a left handed hitting corner infielder who exhibits great power potential . Jasmin has already produced at a very high level at St Cloud State University and looks to add to her resume by producing in the CCSL.
Tanaya is a breath of fresh air when you look at a superior athlete take advantage of what this game has to offer. She is one of the most explosive offensive players in the country bringing an entire different definition of speed. She is faster than fast and a gamechanger when she has a bat in her hand. She will be a very exciting player to watch creating a ton of action in the CCSL.
Megan is a left handed pitcher who also swings a big bat. Megan is a great competitor who is looking to prove her abilities with the top player in the country. Megan gained experience last year in the FGCL so she has some great experience under her belt. Megan will pitch and also play first and right field for whoever drafts her in the 2021 CCSL player draft.
2019: In her second season at St. Cloud State, Thomsen appeared in 11 games as a pitcher with six starts on the mound. She posted a 4-1 record with a 3.65 ERA and 13 strikeouts. Thomsen also appeared in 12 games as a hitter, going 3-12 at the plate with three runs, a double and three RBI.
2018: In her first season with the Huskies, Thomsen appeared in 35 games and made 27 starts, 19 of which were on the mound. As a freshman, Thomsen led St. Cloud State's pitching staff in innings pitched (140.1) and complete games (11) and finished the season with a 12-8 record and ERA of 4.04. She also impressed as a hitter. In 35 games, Thomsen recorded a batting average of .326, which ranked third on the team, and compiled 29 hits in 89 plate appearances. Additionally, Thomsen scored 14 runs for St. Cloud State and tallied nine doubles, four home runs and 19 RBI for a slugging percentage of .562.