This week we announced that Bailey Dowling, the outstanding infielder from Illinois made the Extra Elite 100 after being named as a 1st Team Extra Inning Softball All-American earlier this year.
Bailey makes our list this week not because of a college change, but because she's changing club programs after she was in the Beverly Bandits organization for several years.
The standout who is committed to Alabama wrote us this week explain where she's headed and why:
"I will finish my last two years (of club ball)," she said, "with Patrick Lewis and the 18U Georgia Impact. My decision was based on getting closer to Alabama (SEC country) and playing with another Bama recruit (Riley Blampied)."
"It was a tough decision to make and I will forever be grateful of the great coaching, great friends, and great opportunities that Bill Conroy and the Bandits organization have provided me and my family with. I am super excited to take this next step in this unbelievable journey."
Bailey is just one of the nearly five dozen standout players who will compete at the next level making major life-altering decisions that will impact who they will play for either at the club or college level.
Today we have 57 new signings, verbals or club team changes added to the database including some from DII, DIII and even Juco programs as well as Power 5 Conference schools like Alabama, Boston College, Clemson, Duke, Florida, Missouri, Oklahoma, Texas and many more!
This is our searchable “Extra Inning Softball Signing/Verbal Database” which is typically updated on Wednesdays and serves as a good tool for prospects of all ages to see which players are going where--especially important when a recruit wants to know if a particular university took five pitchers or three middle infielders in their class!
- PLAYERS & PARENTS: go to our Contact Us page and fill out the info in “I Committed!” (2nd tab down) to get info to us.
- COACHES: email email@example.com your player data to match the spreadsheet format below.
Extra Inning Softball's Signing/Verbal Database (Sept. 14, 2018)
How to use: put multiple requests in the Search Box—for example, “2019”& “UCLA”—to filter down to specific information.