SBU Elite 9-12 Year 1/2 Day Softball Camp July 17-20
Join Head Softball Coach, Mike Threehouse and assistants coach Diana Phalon-Mole, and Kevin Mole as they host an SBU Elite Camp at Joyce Field. They will be joined by current and former college softball players as well as area college and summer ball coaches. This 1/2 day camp is for 9-12 year olds. The day will consist of a skills and drills sessions with daily individual attention to each student-athlete’s skill set. These camps have been well attended and well-received over the years and are geared for the serious softball player. All skill levels are invited to attend but this camp is designed for a complete daily workout with instruction only.
Event Type: Youth Camps
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Waiver will be required to be sign at first day of camp.
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Mike Threehouse is the all-time winningest coach in St. Bonaventure softball history, with 26 years of experience leading the team. He has accumulated 300+ wins over his tenure and has guided the team to many successful seasons. In 2008, he led the team to a 20-25 overall record, the second most wins in a single-season in school history, and a second-place finish in the A-10 conference. This achievement earned the team a spot in the Atlantic 10 Tournament for the third time in four years. Under Threehouse’s guidance, several players have received Atlantic 10 All-Conference accolades, including Brianna Bricker and Kim Dodson who were both named the A-10 Student Athlete of the year. Threehouse has also led the team to a number of tournament titles, including the Virginia Tech Round Robin Tournament in 2003 and the Hampton University Pirate Classic title in 1998.
Diana Phalon joins the St. Bonaventure University softball coaching staff with a wealth of experience and a passion for the game. She has previously held coaching positions at Williamson High School, Allegany-Limestone High School, and Scio Central School. Phalon is a former member of the St. Bonaventure University softball team, where she appeared in 53 games in the circle and recorded 11 career victories.
“We are thrilled to welcome Diana Phalon to our coaching staff,” said Head Coach Mike Threehouse. “Her experience as a player in the Atlantic 10, along with her experience coaching at various levels, will make her a valuable asset to the program. She is an exceptional role model and leader, and we look forward to the impact she will have on our student-athletes.”
Phalon has also coached travel teams such as Good Times Thunder and Synergy, and has been running pitching clinics in the Southern Tier and Orchard Park Region. With her extensive experience and dedication to the sport, Phalon is poised to make a positive impact on the St. Bonaventure softball program.
Todd Randall has been named the new head softball coach at Alfred State. Randall will lead the Pioneer program after spending the last eight years as the assistant head coach at St. Bonaventure University.
Randall, a former baseball player at SBU, began his coaching career as an assistant coach with the Bonnies. He served in that position from 1990-93 before moving over to the softball diamond. From 1993-96, Randall served as the head coach and oversaw all aspects (recruiting, marketing, budget, travel, practice and game preparation, conditioning, academics, and student-welfare) of the program.
In 1996, Randall was named the head softball coach at the University of Hartford. During his 14 years at Hartford, he tallied 236 career wins, making him the winningest coach in Hartford softball history. Randall was the first coach in the softball program history to qualify for the America East Conference Tournament when his team did so in 2002. Also in his time at Hartford, Randall was responsible for 11 All-America East First-Team, 16 All-America East Second-Team, 12 America East All-Rookie Team and five America East All-Championship Team selections. Academically at Hartford, he coached seven America East All-Academic Team members and two CoSIDA Academic All-District selections. In 2006, Hartford’s softball team had the third highest team GPA in Division I.
In 2012, Randall returned to St. Bonaventure and has served as the associate head coach for the past nine years. In that role he worked with the head coach in all aspects of the program.
Randall has extensive camp experience as well. He currently is a coordinator and instructor in the the Next Level Softball Camps/Clinics. He has also worked in the Willow Canyon Baseball Camp, the Randall Softball Academy, TPS Vortex/Top 96 Softball Clinics, Swanson’s Professional Baseball/Softball Instruction, Hofstra Softball Camp, Cave Creek Softball/Baseball Camps, Randalle’s Diamonds in the Rough Softbball Camp, Virga’s New Canaan Baseball Camp, Sudbrook’s Top Gun Baseball Camp, and the Old Dominion Best of the East Baseball Camp.
A 1988 graduate of St. Bonaventure, Randall has a degree in Journalism and Mass Communication.
As A Junior (2023) | Game-by-Game Stats
- Played in 40 games, making 38 starts at first base
- Collected 15 hits in 80 at-bats to go along with nine RBIs, a double and a home run
- Drew 18 walks, ranking 11th in program history for walks in a single season
- Worked a pair of walks and drove in a run vs. Saint Joseph’s (5/6)
- Tallied an RBI on a single at UMass (4/15)
- Belted a grand slam in a win over George Mason (4/7)
- Registered two hits, an RBI and a pair of free passes at Fordham (3/26)
As A Sophomore (2022) | Game-by-Game Stats
- Atlantic 10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll selection
- Appeared in 20 games, making six starts at first base
- Drew eight walks and drove in five runs in 21 at-bats
- Drove in three runs on two hits in a victory vs. Canisius (4/5)
As A Freshman (2021)
- Atlantic 10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll honoree
Hit .467 with 23 RBIs, 26 runs and nine doubles as a junior for Olean … two-time CCAA First Team All-Star … two-time Big 30 All-Star … All-WNY Honorable Mention.
As A Freshman (2023) | Game-by-Game Stats
- Appeared in 39 games, making 38 starts at shortstop
- Collected eight runs, seven hits, two RBIs and a double
- Smacked a double and scored a run vs. Rhode Island (4/29)
- Registered a hit and a run scored vs. Canisius (4/11)
- Drove in a run in a win over Pacific (3/3)
- Made first career start vs. Seattle (2/24)
Carried a .400 batting average and a 0.93 ERA as a junior … set school record for strikeouts in a single season in 2021 … earned N-O Player of the Year and All-League First Team honors … three-year team captain … five-time scholar-athlete.
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