Director of Communications/ Mentor Liaison
U19 Glory Coaching Staff
Out of Layritz Little League, Devils 96 Alumni, White Rock Renegades 95 as well as Lambrick Park Academy. Allie attended Division I Eastern Arizona College for her Freshman and Sophomore years with a combined batting average of .378. The team won Conference and attended the Junior College World Series and was ranked second out of the country for pre-season standing in 2015. She then transferred to New York’s Mercy College, Division II NCAA with a combined batting average of .333 for her Junior and Senior year. Allie helped lead her team in 2017 to their first ever conference championship and came out on top with the ring to show it. Her Senior year she was named captain for Mercys 2017-2018 team along with a number of accolades to finish the year:
Named D2CCA First Team All-Region
Tabbed First Team All-EC
Earned ECAC Player of the Week (3/27)…
Received ECC Player of the Week (3/26)
Hit .380 with 28 runs, 46 hits, nine doubles, one triple, four home runs and 20 RBI in 121 at bats… Stole six bases with .570 slugging percentage and .432 on base percentage. Allie specialized as a Utility player playing outfield, middle infield and pitching throughout her Highschool and College career.
U19 Glory Coaching Staff
Emily grew up in Victoria playing various sports with a focus on softball and soccer. Playing for multiple parks throughout her youth career, Emily played Devils softball and attended Lambrick Park Softball Academy during highschool. Following her dreams to play collegiate sports, Emily went on to play college softball and soccer in Idaho and study psychology. As a dual-sport athlete
Emily earned All-NWAC East Division honours, was named North Idaho College's Female Athlete of the Year, was named to the CCC All-Academic Team, and was a NAIA Scholar-Athlete. Emily is excited to be given the opportunity to give back to a sport that has given her so much, and to inspire young females that if they want to continue their athletic careers they have the ability to do so!
U17 A Glory Coaching Staff
Chelsea was a former Devils and Academy player throughout high school. After high school, she played softball for the University of North Carolina Greensboro and the Canadian Junior National team in 2013. Following her softball career, she has dedicated her time to growing softball and volleyball within Victoria’s community. She has experience coaching various levels and age groups.
U13 Glory Head-Coach
Hayley began her softball career at Layritz Little League at the age of 9, then at age 11 played for the Victoria Devils 2000 team up until she graduated high school. She attended the Lambrick Park Academy from 2014-2018 and landed a scholarship to play NJCAA Division 1 softball at Western Nebraska Community College. She currently attends the University of Victoria while also playing softball for the UVIC Vikes. In 2015 Hayley represented team Canada at the Senior Little League Softball World Series in Delaware. In 2017 she helped her Victoria Devils team win the BC Provincial Championships and a conference title in 2019 with Western Nebraska.
Shannon is a Victoria Devils 95' alumni who progressed to play Division 1 college softball. As a freshman, Shannon was a starting outfielder for Western Texas College where she was named top defensive player, NFCA All-American Scholar Athlete, President's Honour Roll and Conference Commissioners Honour Roll. She then transferred to Pensacola State College where she received the Mickey Englett Panhandle Conference Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year Award and National Junior College Athletic Association Academic All-American Superior honors. Shannon helped lead her team to the State championship where they received Bronze.
Sophia was a former Lambrick Academy player. After graduation she moved on to play softball for the North Platte Community College Knights in Nebraska. She was there for 3 years and in her last year her team was named Region IX champs. During her last year she helped coach Higgins with the team, which helped to broaden her softball knowledge.
While attending the college Sophia received 2 associates degrees in Science and General Studies. As well as receiving a third team all academic award.
Courtney Sjerven is a Victoria Devils ‘97 alumni and Lambrick Park softball academy graduate from 2015. Courtney went on to play 4 years of collegiate softball for Northern State University, an NCAA Division II school in the NSIC. She is a first team All-Conference 2nd baseman in 2018, 4x member of the NSIC All-Academic team, a Myles Brand Award recipient and a member of the Delta Mu Delta Honors society for Business. She was the softball representative for SAAC as an upperclassman and a Letterman Jacket recipient after her performance in 2018. She was the team captain for her Junior and Senior years with NSUS. She graduated from Northern State in May of 2019 with a degree in Business Management and went on to spend an additional year in South Dakota working with a student VISA. She’s excited to share her passion for the game with the community and help young women achieve their goals!
Erika was a former Lambrick Academy player. She then went on to play two years at North Platte Community College in Nebraska where she received an Associates of Arts and Associates of Science Degrees. She took a year off from school and is now studying and playing at York College in Nebraska and Majoring in Psychology.
Aliyah has been playing softball for 14 years; she played for Langford Lightning for 12 years and Victoria Devils for 2 years. She went to Canada Cup in 2018 and further developed her skills in the Belmont Softball Academy throughout high school. She has always loved the game and is very eager to continue to learn and grow in the sport while coaching and giving back to the game she loves.
Jasmine Davis is dedicated and passionate about building a competitive winning culture for the Glory/ Next Level Training Program. Davis attended the Lambrick Park Softball Academy with coach Rocky Vitale and played on the Victoria Devils (A) Association. Being a well-rounded athlete Davis also joined soccer, basketball, track & field and field hockey throughout her highschool career. After completing 4 years of the highest-level softball in her hometown, Daivs jumped to the opportunity in 2016 to play another 2 years of College Softball in the United States with Southeast Community College. Davis scored and obtained and Associates of Arts degree, where she was awarded academic achievement and was named honorable mention her second year. In both years, SSC's team came head-to-head to compete in the NJCAA Region IX tournament where the following year SSC's team won the region IX Championship. Davis is looking forward to helping younger athletes also reach their goals to continue their athletic careers.