In the News
- MPC Softball players accept offers from universities (KSBW)
- Monterey Peninsula sends six sophomore softball standouts to four-year schools (CCCAA)
- College Softball: MPC Softball Hurler Guindon signs with New Mexico (Monterey Herald)
- Softball Signs Juliette Guerra from Monterey Peninsula College (USK Athletics)
- College Softball: MPC ranked No. 2 in the State (Monterey Herald)
- Overall Record:16-1
- Conference: 4-1
2020 Lobos Softball Signees
Alexia Torculas, from the MPC Lobos softball team, has made a verbal commitment to University of San Diego. Alexia came to MPC from Notre Dame High School in Salinas, CA with clear educational goals and an objective to transfer to a school with a great reputation for academics and athletics. USD was on the top of her list from the start. Since coming to MPC, she has worked tirelessly to improve both her softball skills and her grade point average. Equally significant, Alexia has been a terrific teammate and leader for the Lobos on and off the field. Coach Pistole from USD is getting one of the best athletes that MPC has ever had and we know Alexia will thrive there. We look forward to tracking her success at this Division 1 school in the West Coast Conference when she transfers next fall!
MPC softball is pleased to announce Bailee Leese has signed her National Letter of Intent with Benedictine University (NAIA) in Mesa, Arizona. Coach Toresdahl spent a lot of time finding a catcher who can impact her team and help with the pitching staff. Bailee has caught most conference games for MPC over the last two years and did an exceptionally good job. She will also get to play against her former teammates Juliette and Diana as they will all play in the same conference. Congratulations Bailee. You were a good Lobo.
Diana Hughes (the unit) has signed her National letter of Intent. She will be attending Westcliffe University (NAIA) In San Marcus, Ca. Coach Sony Mitchell came to MPC to watch and was very impressed with Diana. Her good grades and athletic ability got her a very attractive offer. Diana is the 4th athlete off the softball team to sign so far. MPC will miss Diana and look forward to tracking her progress. Thank you for all your hard work to the program and your teammates. Diana was an amazing LOBOS.
Emma Guindon has verballed to University of New Mexico. (D1) It is not a question why they gave Emma a full ride. In our shortened season Emma had under a .50 ERA. Emma will start as a Lobos and finish a Lobos as that is their mascot name also. She will compete in the Mountain West Conference. Her new coach expects her to contribute immediately. It will be very nice for her family to watch now as they live in Texas. We are very happy for Emma and hope to take some road trips to watch her play. Congratulations.
Jesse Dupuis has verballed to Sonoma State(D2). For two years Jesse has been the face of MPC softball. Jesse has been pitcher of the year and helped carry the Lobo to a Super Regional appearance. She also finished as the ERA leader of the Coast South Conference. Thank s to Jesse’s excellent grades and athletic ability she received an extremely attractive scholarship. Coach Jen at Sonoma is thrilled to know she got one of the best pitchers in California. We will miss Jesse but look forward to tracking her success and maybe catching a game.
Softball has wonderful news, Juliette Guerra has been offered to St. Katherine's College and accepted her offer. St Katherine's is in the California Pacific Conference. (Cal Pac NAIA). Juliette sported a 1.85 ERA last season and currently has a 00.00 this season. Between her wonderful transcripts and athletic play Juliette will pay very little to attend St Katherine's. Coach Beavers is very excited to have the quality of pitcher Juliette is and expects her to contribute immediately. Juliette intended major is Physical Therapy. Juliette has been a wonderful Lobos and we plan on tracking her progress. Congratulations Juliette.
Kaylin Donovan (The Laser) has verballed to Barry University(D2) in Miami Shores, Florida. Barry University is in the Sunshine Conference. Kaylin has been a starter at MPC for two years patrolling the outfield. When the season ended Laser was batting %400 with an 800-slugging percentage. Kaylin worked extremely hard to improve her game for this opportunity. Once again between her excellent grade point average and outstanding athletic play she received an extremely attractive offer from Barry University.
Kaylin will study sports broadcasting. We all know she will excel at this and do well in this profession. Barry is getting a wonderful athlete and more an incredibly good teammate. We will miss Kaylin but look forward to tracking her career. Congratulations Laser. Well deserved. You were a wonderful Lobo.
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CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR 2019 LOBOS AND THEIR STANDOUT YEAR!
FIRST TEAM ALL CONFERENCE
SECOND TEAM ALL CONFERENCE
PLAYERS OF THE YEAR
Jesse Dupois Co pitcher of the year
Hannah Bell has verballed to Portland State (D1). When Hannah arrived to MPC she said she wanted to go at a high level, and she has. Typical of Hannah she did her homework and saw that Portland had a good Biology program she wanted to study. Hannah received a very attractive offer from Coach Meadow at Portland State. Parents Keith and Jo Ann are thrilled to have her closer to home as they come from Washington. Hannah has been a wonderful Lobos and we will track her success in the future.
Chloe Falciani has verballed to Drury(D2) in Missouri. She will not pay to attend the school thanks to her good grades and athletic play. Drury is getting a very hard worker and wonderful teammate. Chloe also did a good job finding a good school that has architecture. This is the second athlete softball has sent from the Lobos to Drury. We wish Chloe all the best and will also be tracking her success.
Jesse Dupuis | Monterey Peninsula College | Freshman | Pitcher