Thunder Softball

The mission and purpose of Thunder Softball is to provide girls in Western Washington County a top quality opportunity to learn and play fastpitch softball in an environment of good sportsmanship. This objective is achieved by placement of these athletes into area league and tournament play in American Softball Association sanctified activities.Thunder Softball is designed to give players encouragement to use softball as a sport to improve their athletic excellence.
Apr 21, 2014

McNeely gives back to Program

Montana McNeely Bio
Montana McNeely Bio

Linfield Wildcats are headed to the NCAA Division III playoffs for the 11th straight season after winning the Northwest Conference Tournament this past weekend. Montana McNealy who is a Junior Left-Handed pitcher for the Cats', Oregon Thunder '02 assistant coach and former Oregon Thunder Gold player will find out on May 5th where the Wildcats will be playing in this year's NCAA Division III Regional's.

Her Oregon Thunder '02 12A softball team is excited for her National Title run and her return to the Coaching staff where she mentors the groups amazing young pitchers! 

Oregon Thunder '02 placed 2nd during last weekends Blaze Invite in Portland Oregon. The young team went 4-2 over the weekend while falling in the Championship game to the host team 9-10. 

It looks to be another successful season for Oregon Thunder '02.

Blaze Invite 2014 - 2nd Place
Blaze Invite 2014 - 2nd Place
Jan 16, 2014

OR Thunder Senior signs with Oregon Tech

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – Oregon Tech head coach Greg Stewart announced recently that Emilee Eastman (Hillsboro, Ore.) will join the softball program beginning next fall.

Eastman, a four-year player at Glencoe High School, helped the Crimson Tide to the 6A State Championship game in 2013 and to a 76-12 overall record the last three years at GHS.

During Emilee's ASA 2013 summer season, with Oregon Thunder, Eastman batted .464 with 45 hits, nine doubles, two triples and a pair of homeruns.  Her Thunder team finished their summer off at the 16A USA/ASA Nationals in Sunnyvale, Calif. where she hit a blistering 12-for-16 in the series.

“I am pleased Emilee has chosen Oregon Tech, as she will be a good addition to our squad for the next four years,” said Stewart.  “She is a good hitting infielder that plays third base for two very strong programs in Glencoe High and the Oregon Thunder ASA program.  She has the ability to be a good offensive threat in our conference as she makes a lot of contact but also hits with power.”

Emilee is the daughter of Jason and Lea Eastman and has a younger sister Alivia also a player with Oregon Thunder.  Emilee’s excited about joining the Oregon Tech family and plans to major in medical imaging beginning this fall. 

Emilee will join former Oregon Thunder Player Alyssa Davis at Oregon Tech who has had a very successful start at Oregon Tech.

Emilee Oregon Thunder
Emilee Oregon Thunder
Oct 25, 2013

14U Team Has Successful Summer!

Thunder fastpitch (tuck) 14U

The 2013 season was a time of development and fine tuning the girls’ fielding and batting techniques. These growing teenage girls were grateful for the upgraded Nike uniforms and equipment. The success of an athlete are made up of components like: skill, coaching, equipment, and athletic ability.

Team bonding

These girls have built strong bonds and friendships over the last 3 years of playing together. They celebrate the good times, get through the tough times and laugh each other out of a mental slump. Softball has taught them the importance of being strong physically and mentally. These girls walk through teenage life with confidence.

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