Founded in 2007, The Wicked, has been developing athletes to succeed at the next level. Based on integrity, work ethic, and high standards, The Wicked has succeeded to get ALL players in their program to play at the college of their choosing. The Wicked has developed relationships with hundreds of college coaches to help give our players the opportunity to play at the schools that best fit both their athletic and academic needs. We do not push kids to certain schools for the sake of a commitment, but rather, to get them the best education and experience possible to enhance their future. With 100% success rate, The Wicked takes great pride in doing things “the right way” while keepingintact our integrity and high standards.
The Wicked staff strives to hold all of our athletes to the highest standard, while teaching them the value of athletics in how it relates life. While we play to win, our primary focus is on personal and athletic growth of our athletes. We instill the values of teamwork, taking on challenges with a positive attitude, and facing adversity with tenacity.
With a minimum GPA of 3.0, the Wicked organization takes great pride in our team and the organization as a whole. Wicked players are asked to challenge every endeavor with great energy, enthusiasm, and conviction. We make our softball program one of fine art, not common task.
Based out of Newtown, CT, The Wicked will play a 50-60 game schedule, while traveling as far as Florida in search of being recruited to the school of their choosing. The Wicked trains our of their own 2,500 sq. foot indoor facility.
Each one of our coaches have competed at a high level program. Our players are provided with assistance and insight from the highest level of respected role models in softball today. The skills acquired by this organization help our players establish and develop the necessary skill sets and attitudes, and training to best prepare them for the collegiate level.
3 Simm Lane
Newtown, CT 06470
Class of 2017
Mackenzie Macchiarulo- St. Joseph's University
Isabelle Dechariao - Siena university
Lily sencer - university of hartford
Miranda Papes- Yale University
Madi Traver- Duke University
Class of 2016
Gabby Gallone- George Washington University
Katie Laaksonen- University of Charleston
Class of 2015
Stacy Gordon- Lafayette College
Cameron Dias- Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI)
Yaixsa Vargas- Thomas University
Class of 2014
Taryn Braz- Providence College
Jessica Cicerchia- Liberty University
Vanessa Cooper- University of Massachusetts- Lowell
Morgan Macchiarulo- Harvard University
Lauren Reilly- St. Joseph's University
Class of 2012
Anna Crowley- University of Massachusetts- Lowell
Hannah Cooper- Central Connecticut State University
Paige Owens- University of Bridgeport
- #00,#24 Lucy Grant 2017 1B/3B/OF uncommitted Notre Dame Fairfield High School (CT)
- #11Davonna Spruill 2017 SS/2B/OF uncommitted Danbury High School (CT)
- #4 Lily Sencer 2017 OF/C University of Hartford Cohoes High School (NY)
- #5 Elise Pereira 2018 IF/P/OF uncommitted King Phillip Regional High School (MA)
- #7 Mackenzie Macchiarulo 2017 OF/C St. Joseph's University Newtown High School (CT)
- #2 Gretchen Bunovsky 2019 OF uncommitted Masuk High School (CT)
- #25 Sophia Sciarappa 2018 C/1B/3B uncommitted Shepard Hill Regional (MA)
- #13 Isabelle DeChiaro 2017 P/IF Siena University Cohoes High School (NY)
- #33 Delilha Destefano 2018 3B/MI uncommitted Trumbull High School (CT)
- #21 Summer Ramundo 2018 P/1B uncommitted DePaul Catholic High School (NJ)
- #16,#60 Morgan Kasabri 2019 P/OF uncommitted Pope John XXIII Regional HS (NJ)
- Shannon Cheh 2018 uncommitted Newtown High School (CT)
Our year-round training facility is located at 3 Simm Lane Newtown, CT. Completely climate-controlled, and covered in 5,200 square feet of turf, our facility is further furnished with state of the art training aids, batting cages, pitching rubbers, and a simulated infield practice area. We own/ operate our own facility, because of this establishment, we do not need to schedule time at public hitting facilities, negotiate for gym time, or move from facility to facility to work on different parts of our game. Our climate-controlled facility has seven independent hitting stations, four pitching rubbers, and a simulated infield. Our training is therefore consistent, productive, and efficient. The primary benefit of our exclusive arrangement is The Wicked’s ability to run an organized, efficient, and uninterrupted practice schedule and provide the team with consistent training over time.