Riley Lambert Officially verbals to Western Carolina University D1 in the Southern Conference better known as the SoCon. Riley is overall athlete that I believe she will thrive in the Socon and in WCU.
Riley is a great example of a Athlete that took her game to another level from one season to the other and it was notice by few D1 Schools like, Clemson, JMU and Lander Universities, this what hard work those. congratulation to Riley and her Family.
We are so proud to have this Lady and Athlete be part of our 18U Ralph/Barrett team. Congratulations Riley. We all know are are going to be a great college ball players.
Amy Macnab | 2020 | Utility
The intensity 16u Nationals team is heading to Viera beach in June of 2019 to play and compete against the best in USA Elite Select nationals. After finishing their weekend with a record of 6-0 and only 3 runs allowed in the Altamonte Spring, Fl qualifier.
Ocala, Florida. | Sept 16 2018
Congratulations to the Intensity 18u SouthEast regional team. This team qualified yesterday to the East Coast PGF Nationals in Nashville, Tennessee. The team had a 6-0 record and only allowed 4 runs this past weekend.
Kissimmee, FL Sept. 2018
This past weekend, Intensity held organization workouts. The workouts were assisted by coach Gianni from Florida Southern University. The workouts were attended by three of our Orlando region teams including Intensity 14U ROD-Peterson, Intensity 16U ROD-Ralph, and Intensity 18U ROD-Barrett.
We are really proud to announce our newest addition to our Florida Intensity family. This is our new 14U team headed by coach Al Peterson, also head coach of East Ridge HS in Clermont FL. Best of luck to these girls and Coach Al.
Briana Rodriguez and Lynn Gardner played for the Intensity organization. They both played their 2017-2018 season for the Intensity Team 18U – Ralph/Barrett.
They are now both teammates, and roommates. We just recently spoke to them and they both are loving the college and softball experience. Three weeks and counting, and still no complaints about their new life. They are both anxious and ready to get on the field and start playing ball. Lynn Gardner, to the left, is a lefty pitcher and hits righty, while Bri, a lefty slapper, throws right-handed and plays outfield. I guess what they say is true, opposites do attract! Lets wish these girls the best of luck through their new journey in life.