Developing Successful Players and Even More Successful Individuals
Trevian Girls Softball Association teaches juniors to 18U girls basic, intermediate and advanced softball skills, which they are able to practice in league play and competitive tournaments. The Trevian Girls Softball Association (TGSA) experience provides players with the knowledge of the game required to play at the high school level and beyond. Over the years, TGSA has afforded many of our players the opportunity to be recruited by top colleges.
Most importantly, participating in our programs helps young girls grow as individuals and team players – on and off the field – and gives them core life skills they will treasure and utilize forever.
LIFE SKILLS & PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT
Through softball, we teach responsibility, teamwork, work ethics, and self-esteem so our players can grow to be confident, successful individuals.
PLAYER DEVELOPMENT FOR COLLEGE RECRUITMENT
Thanks to our team training, private coaching, workshops, and skills clinics, many Trevian players go on to have very successful softball careers at top colleges.
MENTORING BY PROGRAM ALUMNAE
Many of our alumnae come back to offer leadership and mentoring to younger players. This is a testament to the impact the program has made on their lives.
2018-2019 TREVIAN 10U TRYOUT DATES ANNOUNCED
Sunday December 2nd, 2:00-3:00pm at the Sports Centre in Northbrook (600 Waukegan Rd.)
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange alternate tryout date.
Congratulations to the Trevians 18 on finishing tied for 5th place at the 2018 USA Softball 18A Northern Nationals in Novi, Michigan. This was the highest finish among Chicago Metro Association attending teams.
Lauren Secaras nominated for NCAA Woman of the Year!
Congratulations to TGSA 16U coach and former TGSA player Lauren Secaras on being nominated for the 2018 NCAA Woman of the Year award!
To read more about the award and nominees, visit:
Congratulations to Trevian 16U AP for placing third at the 2018 USSSA Great Lakes National Championship!
Congratulations to Trevian 16U LS for placing second at the 2018 Grayslake Pride Softball Tournament!
Congratulations to Trevian 16U LS for placing second at the 2018 Wheaton Red, White, and Blue Softball Classic!
Congratulations to Trevian 16U AP!
2018 Northbrook Spartans Classic 16U A Bracket Champions!
Congratulations to Trevian 16U AP for placing second at the 2018 Warren Wave Wipeout Tournament!
18U Trevian Alyssa Aragon Commits to Play for North Park University
18U Trevian Bella Albrecht Commits to Play for Kenyon College
18U Trevian Emily Pater Commits to Play for Kenyon College
18U Trevian Colleen Palczynski Commits to Play for Illinois Wesleyan University
Teams & Alumnae News
MAY 2018 | Lauren Secaras (Denison) was named Player of the Year in the NCAC. Joined on the All-NCAC team by fellow TGSA alumnae, Laura Bagan and Colleen Hoffman.
MAY 2018 | Junior Lily Novak (Wildcats) was named top defensive first baseman on the Big Ten Conference All-Defensive Team.
May 2018 | Congratulations to all our alumnae whose Division III teams have qualified for the playoffs in their respective conferences: Courtney Grasz (Benedictine, NACC tournament); Lauren Secaras, Amanda Howell, Colleen Hoffman and Laura Bagan (Denison, NCAC tournament); Allison Quigley and Liza Tarr (Middlebury, NESCAC tournament); Katherine Shade (MIT, NEWMAC tournament); Dana Dolinko (Union, Liberty League tournament); Alicia Bagan (Rochester, Liberty League tournament).
Juniors Summer Clinics and Team Program 2018
Juniors Softball Fun Summer Clinics | Ages 6-10 | Cost: $150 (includes shirt)
Mon/Wed 4:30-6:00pm | May 30th through July 2nd
Juniors Team Summer Program | Ages 8-10 | Cost: $300 (includes shirt)
Mon/Wed/Fri 4:30-6:00pm and Sun 2:30-4:00pm | May 30th through July 8th
Tryouts for Trevian 12U, 14U, 16U, and 18U teams. We recommend attending 2 tryouts if possible.
When: August 5 and August 13 | Where: 401 Wagner Rd., Northfield, IL
WHERE WE PLAY
Trevians 18U Team at the Pennsbury Invitational (June 2017). Relive the trip!
Player Spotlight: Lauren Caldrone, Class of 2018, Prospect High School (Mount Prospect)