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Voorhees Stars

Welcome To Voorhees Stars!

The Voorhees STARS is the premier girls' travel fastpitch softball program in Hunterdon County, N.J.  The program's inception was in 1996 and inspired by Voorhees High School graduate and two-time USA Softball Olympic gold medal champion, Michele Smith. Our home fields are the Voorhees High School Varsity Field in Glen Gardner and Old Turnpike School in Tewksbury, N.J. Our primary focus is to promote softball and develop players within the Voorhees High School sending districts and neighboring towns.  In 2020 we are sponsoring teams at 12U, 14U and 18U levels.  Check back here often for more Voorhees STARS news and to see why everyone wants to be a STAR!  And yes, that's a real STARS player photo above, and yes she was safe!

We are always interested in your comments and suggestions.

Mario Colitti
waves69@comcast.net
732-672-0635

News

[Oct 30 2019]   Registration Open for TCNJ Winter Clinics

Coach Sally Miller, head coach for The College of New Jersey's softball team, will be leading winter clinics with her players and assistant coaches from 3:30 p.m.-5:30 p.m., on Sundays, January 12, 2020; January 19; and January 26. A snow make-up date is scheduled for February 2. Coach Sally will focus on fundamentals and mechanics in throwing, fielding, batting, and will have individualized catching and pitching instruction available to all those interested. Sally enters her 17th season at the helm of one of Division III’s most successful softball programs. Coach Sally took over the program in 1996 and directed TCNJ to a record sixth NCAA Division III Championship that season. Sally Miller ranks among the winningest active coaches in Division III by percentage. With a career log of 441-202-2, she boasts a win percentage of .685. Sally played third base for Division I powerhouse, University of Iowa.

Cost is $155 for all three sessions. Transportation to and from the clinics is available to up to 6 players on a first-come, first-serve basis. These clinics are the perfect precursor to the STARS' Mt. Olive Marauder Dome training, which starts Sunday, February 2. The school softball season starts in early March and participation in these clinics should be very valuable to keep player skills sharp this winter.  The training will take place in the large Student Recreation Center on campus, located at 2000 Pennington Road, Ewing, N.J. (next to the tennis courts). Ample parking is available in the lot next to the facility.  The deadline to register is January 10, 2020

[Oct 25 2018]   Dome Winter Training

All STARS players are invited to shake off the winter blues and play softball inside the Mt. Olive Marauder Dome, where it's always a comfortable 55-60 degrees. The Marauder Dome is over 100,000 square feet. We have reserved a 1/3 turf field, 130' wide x 260' length. There are batting cages with dimensions of 20' wide x 12' high x 80' length. Cages can be split into two 40' cages if needed. This is the perfect winter training environment and the area's largest indoor training facility to sharpen our skills to get ready for the STARS and school team seasons. The winter training sessions are the best time to work on skill deficiencies and maintaining strong fundamentals.

Cost is $200 per player, including all BOE/rental fees, insurance and t-shirts, for six 90 minute sessions on Sundays, February 2, 2020, 10:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. (Super Bowl Sunday); and from 5:30 p.m.-7:00 p.m. on February 16; February 23; March 1; and March 8, 2020. Deadline to register is January 11, 2020. Open to 12U, 14U and High School players. 

GPS address is 18 Corey Road, Flanders, N.J. There is ample free parking behind Mt. Olive High School. Sneakers are best to wear on the turf.


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