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  • A fresh start with new coaches to the community
  • Non parental staff – female bench staff (17U)
  • D1 NCAA Coaching Experience/St. Clair College Experience/U.S. Experience/Female Trainers (15U)
  • Softball specific strength and conditioning, partnership program with APEX Training Group
  • Players will be able to develop in a competitive and upbeat environment guided by positive leadershipBullet 2


  • Mon Sept 20 2021 from 6-8pm (Mic Mac Park Diamond 1 & 2)



Head Coach: Allie Telfer

  • My name is Allie Telfer; I was born and raised in Windsor. I have spent my whole life playing softball at various levels. I am a St. Clair College Alumni;  I was blessed to receive a great education while simultaneously being able to play softball. The highlights of my college career were winning a gold medal at the CCSA National Championship (2015), and being named OCAA Top Pitcher (2015). I am currently an assistant coach at St. Clair College, which is where I spend most of my spare time! Softball has played a huge role in my life, and has given me many great memories and opportunities! I have been lucky enough to coach for the past 9 years and look forward to many more! I coach because I am passionate about the sport, and I want to be able to help young athletes succeed both on and off the field! 

 Assistant Coach: Kerrigan Cacilhas 

  • I work as a legal assistant for a family lawyer.  I have completed my undergraduate degree in Political Science at the University of Windsor. I’ll be attending teachers college in the near future. I have played ball since the age of seven and was a catcher for about ten years. Throughout my years playing, I was a part of a team that won a provincial gold medal and as well, we were provincial finalists three years in a row. Softball even let me travel along the east coast a few times! I played at the University of Windsor for two years. I am so thankful to have had the opportunity to be coached by a group of women who helped shape me into the successful and driven adult that I am. Softball has taught me so many lessons, and it has allowed me to make lifelong friends with my old teammates. I want to give back to the community some of what was given to me. I want to be a positive role model and mentor young women not only in softball but in life in general.

Assistant Coach: Hailey Davidson

  • I am a pediatric ICU nurse in the US!I went to the university of Windsor get my degree in Nursing. I started playing ball in grade three and continued playing into my second year of university. In my softball career, I have had the opportunity to grow from a weak player to a confident player due to my amazing coaches. For this reason, I feel like I have more to give to the sport and it has motivated me to want to coach young athletes.

Assistant Coach: Ashley Brill

  • My name is Ashley and I am a second year student-athlete at St. Clair College. I am currently studying Early Childhood Education and I am also a member of the Saints Student Athletic Association. I have played on PWSA affiliated teams since 2010 and I am excited to coach and give girls the opportunity to have a fresh start and positive experience while playing softball! 

Assistant Coach: Rya Cowan 

  • My name is Rya Cowan and I am a returning student- athlete, completing my second program at St. Clair College. I was a part of one of the very first travel softball the LaSalle Athletics formed and I continued to play with them up until college. I have stayed involved in the community by instructing at various pitching and hitting clinics. In 2018, I was named a OCAA All-Star and OCAA Player of the Year. I look forward to sharing my  knowledge and love for the game this upcoming season with UTM Revolution Apex!