p3 16U - Regan
|00||Stephanie Santangelo||OF, RHP||2023||Oak Forest HS|
|5||Cassidy Liss||OF||2023||Carl Sandburg HS|
|7||Mia Cosentino||SS, 1B||2023||Victor J. Andrew HS|
|8||Meghan Swanson||OF||2023||Mother McAuley HS|
|9||Marissa Walsh||C||2023||Oak Forest HS|
|12||Hailey Wesner||RHP, SS||2023||Oak Forest HS|
|13||Claire Regan||3B, 1B||2023||Amos Alonzo Stagg HS|
|20||Olivia Coglianese||OF||2025||Mount Greenwood ES|
|25||Kayla Kamradt||C, SS||2025||St. Symphorosa School|
|53||Ava Shervino||SS, UT||2024||Victor J. Andrew HS|
Abbey Regan has been with Power for many years and completed her final season on the 18U team in the summer of 2016. Abbey attended Amos Alonzo Stagg High School where she played on Varsity for four years. Abbey now attends Illinois State University studying Physical Education Teacher Education. There she plays on the ISU Club Softball team. Her main position is catcher and she also plays corner infield positions.
Alix has played softball since she was 4 years old and started training as a pitcher at age 11. Alix played her travel ball career for the Bulls/Sox Academy out of Lisle, IL. She attended Westmont High School where she also played on the varsity softball team and earned All-Conference in the Interstate 8 Conference, honorable mentions for All-Area, etc. Alix now attends Trinity Christian College where she continues to play softball for the Trolls. Alix majors in Recreation and Sports Management and minors in Coaching. She is also in the Red Cross Collegiate Leadership Program where she oversees blood drives on campus, recruiting donors/volunteers, etc. Alix coaches because she wants her players to develop the same drive and passion as she had during her time playing softball.
Lexi started playing softball at the age of 5 and instantly fell in love with the sport. She played many positions before finding her love for pitching and playing the outfield. Lexi ended her travel career right here with P3 where the 18u team placed 2nd at the USSSA National Tournament in Texas in 2019. Lexi has recently graduated from Amos Alonzo Stagg High School, where she played all four years. She now attends Moraine Valley Community College where she is continuing her softball career as a pitcher and outfielder while she completes her general education courses. She plans to continue her education in veterinarian medicine. Lexi is super excited to be coaching this year and to share all that she has learned with the girls!