Please note, House registration is now closed except for our U6 K-Ball program. To register for U6 K-Ball, Rep or Team Staff, please click on the appropriate link below. Note, Rep registration is for those already selected to a Rep team.
Softball BC District 7 held their volunteer appreciation night last night. Four members of the Surrey Storm family were recognized for their volunteer efforts.
Jason Ratcliffe, manager of the 04B team, was recognized for all the work he has done managing the team as well as organizing the 2018 U14 B Provincial Championships.
Kyley Wilcott has been on our board of directors for a year and a half and has been in charge of our house program. She has help run our very successful Learn to Play program as well as many of our social functions.
Corry Clark has also been on our board of directors for a year and a half. When she is not reading the Softball Canada Rule Book, she has been doing loads of work rewriting our bylaws and taking care of other legal requirements. She is also one of our go to people for social functions.
Jeff Harper has been our social media manager for the past year and has revamped our approach to social media. He also runs our Friday Night Camp to get more kids into softball.
Congrats all and thanks to all the volunteers that come out and help us. It is your work that keeps this great sport alive. If you are interested in helping whether it’s being an umpire or coach, team manager, helping out at the fields, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Surrey Storm are very happy to announce our new Umpire in Chief, Morgan Park. Morgan is known to most of us in the Storm family as many of us have watched him grow into a great umpire over the past 6 years. Welcome aboard Morgan!
At this time we also want to thank our outgoing UIC, Rory Mulhern who is stepping away from the UIC position to focus on his thriving business. Rory has done an amazing job and has been a huge asset to our club for many years. We hope that we're able to continue to have his support for many years to come as he will be still umpiring games for the Storm. Thanks Rory!
For anyone interesting in becoming an umpire, please reach out to Morgan at email@example.com. It is a great way to make some money and build skills that look great on a resume.
Congrats to Storm 01A players Grace Messmer and Emma Moreno as they have signed their letters of intent. Grace has signed with Oregon State University and Emma with George Mason University in Virginia.
Grace has been a part of the Storm 2001 team since her second year squirt and has helped lead the team to 3 Provincial Golds , 1 Silver and 1 Bronze in the 5 years with Storm. Grace has also been part of 2 Gold and a Silver at the National championships. This past summer, Grace played with the Canadian National Senior Team at the Canada Cup in White Rock. Previously, Grace made and participated with the Canadian National Junior Team as a 16 year old competing against girls 4 years older, and led team Canada with .519 batting average at the Junior Worlds. Grace is not only one of the top hitters in Canada, her defensive play making abilities are outstanding. She again has been asked to participate in the Canadian Senior Team tryouts for the upcoming season. As well, she was Softball BC Minor Player of the year for 2017. Congrats Grace!
Emma Moreno is an original Storm 2001 team player with this being her 8th season with Storm. She’s won 3 Provincial Gold medals, 1 Silver, 1 Bronze, 2 National Gold Medals and 1 Silver. Emma was the National Champion MVP in 2016. Emma is a dominate pitcher with outstanding accuracy and speed. She works hard in the off season and it shows as every year as she is getting better and better. She gives her team a chance to win every time they take the field. Emma is a gamer, and the bigger the game the better she pitches which can be seen by the amount of Championships already won in her career with more to come. Congrats Emma!