Welcome Leona Rainey as 16U Coach!
Former Roanoke College Softball Star Joins Rampage As a Coach
Leona Rainey Profile
2013: Started all 37 games appeared in as a senior… had a batting average of .434 for the season which led the team… recorded 49 hits, 16 RBIs, 36 runs, 12 doubles, three triples, and three home runs… had 22 stolen bases… her 49 hits lead the team… She is a two-time NFCA All-American and ranked seventh in batting with a .430 average, third in on-base percentage with .500, and eighth on the ODAC’s career hit list with 211 hits... Rainey picked up her second consecutive All-Atlantic Region First Team Honor and this was the third time in four years that she was named to an All-Region Squad… She is a Two-Time NCAA All-American and has broken the record for stolen bases in a career with 125 having 41 in 2012… she is first in on base percentage for Roanoke with .497, second in batting average with .427, and third in hits with 214… She ranks first, second, and third in stolen bases in one season for Roanoke… in 2013 she had the team’s highest slugging percentage with .676… she went 2-4 in her final game and leaves Roanoke ranked in the top five of seven categories… named to the 2013 All-ODAC Softball Team
2012: Played and Started in all 46 contests… tabbed 2012 NFCA All-American Third Team member… named 2012 NFCA All-Atlantic Region First Team member… earned 2012 ODAC All-Tournament Team accolades… ranked fourth on the team in batting average, hitting .371… perfect in stolen bases, taking 41-of-41… at the end of the season, holds streak of 66 consecutive successfully stolen bases, three away from an NCAA record… led the Maroons in runs (57), home runs (8), and stolen bases (41)… ranked third on the team in hits (56), RBIs (31), and slugging percentage (.609)… earned ODAC Player of the Week for the week ending 3/11, hitting 18-for-23 (.783) and tallied 18 runs, 14 RBIs, and 13 stolen bases… tallied a season-high six RBIs against Grace College (3/9)… stole a season high four bases in 15-0 victory over Virginia Intermont (3/27)…
2011 Game-By-Game Stats
2011: earned First-Team All-ODAC honors for the second consecutive year… started in all 37 games she appeared in… broke her own school-record for most stolen bases in a season with an ODAC-best, 32… her 62 career stolen bases, rank fifth all-time at Roanoke… led the ODAC in batting (.455), runs (43) and on base percentage (.521)… led the Maroons in hits (55) and walks (15) in addition to six doubles and 14 RBI…had 18 multi-hit games on the season…registered hitting streaks of eight and six games…batted 4-for-5 with three runs and two stolen bases against Lynchburg (4/2)…went 3-for-4 with four runs, a double, and two stolen bases versus Guilford (3/16)…finished 3-for-4 with three runs scored and a school-record six stolen bases against Meredith (3/20)…went 6-for-9 with five RBI, in addition to four runs scored and two stolen bases in a doubleheader at Randolph (4/3)…recorded three hits, two RBI, a run, and three stolen bases against Sweet Briar (4/17)…went 3-for-4 with three runs scored and two RBI at Methodist (2/27).
2010 Game-By-Game Stats
2010: NFCA Third-Team All-Region… First-Team All-ODAC selection… ODAC Rookie of the Year… broke single-season record in stolen bases at Roanoke with 30… posted a .466 batting average which led the team along with her stolen bases total… batted .490 with 17 stolen bases against ODAC competition… made only one error in 40 chances with 36 putouts and three assists at centerfield… started in all 37 games… totaled five doubles, two triples, a home run and 16 RBI… scored 38 runs with nine walks… had an 11 and 16-game hit streaks during the season… had 15 multi-hit games, including four in a row and six in a span of eight games in March… earned ODAC Player of the week March 17 after going 12-for-19 with three doubles, six runs and six stolen bases leading the Maroons to five-straight wins for the week… went 3-for-5 against both Peace and Piedmont with a double in each game as the Maroons won both against two south region teams in the Ferrum Invitational… against Virginia Intermont, she went 2-for-2 in game one with an RBI, two stolen bases and two runs. In game two, she went 3-for-4 with two runs scored… in the March 15 meeting against the Cobras, Rainey went 3-for-4 with two runs… against Guilford (3/17) she scored a career-high four runs going 3-for-3 with two walks and a season-best three stolen bases… had three stolen bases, scored three runs and went 2-for-3 against Emory & Henry (4/20)… went 3-for-3 with her first career home run and two runs scored against ODAC-rival Lynchburg (4/17).
High School: played for Walter Pettus at Mills Godwin… two-time first-team all-state selection… three-time all-region and all-district outfielder… named district and region player of the year as a senior… best defensive player last two seasons… voted team MVP as a senior… all-academic all three years… named marketing student of the year as a junior… DECA President.
Personal: daughter of Scott and Minerva Rainey… majored in Business Administration.
Taylor Hall Joins Rampage as a 18U Coach!
As a senior at Cosby High School, Hall was named the 2011 Dominion District, Central Region and VHSCA State Player of the Year. She was a four-time All-Academic and First Team All-District honoree. She was also a four-time All-Region and All-Metro selection, with first team accolades from 2009-2011. Hall was named to the Virginia All-State First Team in 2010 and 2011 and earned honorable mention in 2009. She batted over .500 all four seasons, finishing with 139 hits, 82 RBIs, 86 runs scored and 40 doubles in her high school career. Hall was named team captain and MVP as a senior, and was also selected to play in the 2011 VHSL all-star game. Taylor received the Cosby “Heart of a Titan” award and the VIAA Central Leadership Award for softball as a senior.
Hall earned a division I softball scholarship to the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. While at UMBC, Hall was a 4-year starting catcher. In her freshman campaign, Hall was named 2012 America East Rookie of the Year. In just her sophomore season, Taylor was elected a UMBC softball team captain. Throughout her career at UMBC, Hall was named to the America East First Team All-Conference in 3 straight seasons. She received the Dr. Charles R. Brown Outstanding Female Athlete Award her junior year, and the Outstanding Female Athlete Award her senior year. During her senior campaign, Hall became the 10th player in UMBC softball history to record 200 hits in her career, while also becoming UMBC softball’s all-time leader in extra-base hits. Taylor finished her career among the top 10 in ten major career hitting categories, finishing in the top 5 in nine of those categories (Batting Average, Doubles, Home Runs, Extra-Base Hits, RBI, Walks, Total Bases, On-Base Percentage, and Slugging Percentage).
Welcome to the RBA South Rampage Softball Organization!
Richmond’s very own “Rampage” Girls Softball Teams is thrilled to announce a partnership with RBA South. RBA South, a premier baseball academy serving the Metro Richmond area, offers elite and AA travel teams at age levels from 8-14U.
RBA South also offers their highly regarded "College Prep Program" for players in graduating classes. Over the past 15 years RBA South has helped develop and matriculate over 300 players to college and professional baseball. Just weeks ago, KIRBY AND UVA WON THE NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP!! RBA South alum and UVA Junior Nathan Kirby notched 5 Strikeouts over the last 2 innings as UVA won the first National Championship in UVA History and the first title for an ACC school in 60 years as the Cavaliers topped Vanderbilt 4-2 in Omaha at the College World Series.
RBA South is also the home of the Virginia Cardinals 17U showcase team. Recently RBA South opened their new facility at 2535 Oak Lake Blvd, Midlothian, VA 23112 offering private instruction, performance training, team practice areas and batting cages, etc.
The RBA South Rampage partnership will greatly enhance our ability to provide opportunities for amateur female softball players to compete at the highest possible level. Together RBA South Rampage will share and pass along America's pastime while promoting character, courage and loyalty.
As a member of the RBA South Rampage softball family our girls/players will benefit from having access to the RBA South facility for off season workouts, strength and conditioning, and private lessons to help improve all aspects of their game.
All in all there is an opportunity for every level of dedicated softball player from age levels from 12U – 18U in the RBA South Rampage program. We look forward to supporting your player’s growth and development, and are excited for a positive, enjoyable and fun-filled experience as each season and team progresses.
For more information contact RBA South Owners Ron Maurer or Rich Graham at firstname.lastname@example.org, or Rampage President Kelly Webster at email@example.com
RBA South, 2535 Oak Lake Blvd, Midlothian, VA 23112
RBA South Rampage Fall 2015 Evaluations
Thank you to all softball players that came to tryout for one of the Rampage tryouts! We appreciate your participation!
Words from our Players
"I cannot express enough gratitude for the opportunity to be part of a class A organization. The experience, competition, growth and coaching at the 14U level has far exceeded our expectations this year! Thank you for making a difference." - 14U Player
"Dear Rampage, Thank you for everything that you do. You have given me the chance to play for a great organization, where I made great memories and met some of the best people. You have given me the best four years. Thank you very much! Love," - 18U Player
"Of all of the tryouts we attended, Rampage Tryouts were the most organized. Thank you for a great experience." - 12U Player