Fall 2015/Summer 2016 Information

16U and 18U teams are looking for players to fill out the 2016 roster

If you are interested in arranging a tryout please contact:

16U: Scott Satterlee

Email – Basefan247@yahoo.com

18U: Jay Madry


We are also looking for experienced coaches at the 16U level.  Please contact Scott Satterlee if you are interested.

The Dutchess Divas

Founder/Director: Jay Madry

Assistant Director: Scott Satterlee


The Dutchess Divas Fastpitch Softball Program provides girls from across the Hudson Valley the opportunity to play softball at an elite level. We are dedicated to providing a highly competitive, fair, and fun environment for all players and their families.

The Divas program concentrates on preparing serious, elite players for their next level of play at the High School or Collegiate level.  At every age group, the program is designed to focus and develop both the physical and mental skills necessary to understand and excel at every aspect of the game.  A strong emphasis is placed on the basics and fundamentals of softball as well as the key aspects and proper mechanics of hitting, fielding, and throwing.  Our program runs 10 months out of the year with each new season beginning in August.

We currently have teams at the 16U and 18U levels

– We are trying to establish  a 12U and/or 14U programs for the Fall 2015 and Summer 2016.  If you are interested in coaching please contact Jay Madry or Scott Satterlee (contact information is below)

 –   The 16U and 18U teams travel throughout the New York, Connecticut, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania areas for tournaments.

–    The 12U and 14U teams tend to play more local tournaments.  As a program we believe that more emphasis needs to be placed on learning the physical and mental sides of the game at the younger levels which can be accomplished without traveling throughout the Northeast! Our girls work hard, play hard and are dedicated to our team and playing softball!








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