Texas Glory Fast-Pitch Softball Club Mission Statement
Over 220 girls ages 6 through 18 playing on 17 teams based in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.
4 National Championships (1 ASA & 3 AFA)
2003 14U Colorado Fireworks Champions
2005 ASA 16U Hall of Fame Tournament Runner-Up
19 ASA Texas State Championships
56 Athletes who have gone on to play college softball; 40 D1
7 Teams who qualified for ASA Nationals in 2006 & 2007
Back to Back Gold Sector 3 Champions, 2006 & 2007
2 Glory teams qualified for ASA Gold Nationals in 2006
Texas Glory Gold finished 13th at 2007 ASA Gold Nationals
The Texas Glory Fast-Pitch Softball Club was established in 2000. In 2001 the club began to expand
by adding teams in different age groups. In the short time since the club was founded, it has captured
many State and National Tournament Titles. Our teams routinely compete in the most prestigious
events in the country. The Texas Glory Softball Club and coaching staffs strive to attract players and
parents with these common interests:
1. Promoting the game of fast-pitch softball.
2. Creating an environment in which players can reach their full potential and achieve the self-
confidence and positive self-esteem necessary to be successful both on and off the field.
3. Developing individual skills and team tactics to enable players and/or teams to compete at the
4. Assisting all of our players in obtaining D1 College scholarships.
The Texas Glory Fast-Pitch Softball Club is a not for profit organization. The Texas Glory
organization was established for the specific purpose of developing a competitive youth fast-pitch
softball program whose goals are to develop players capable of competing at the highest levels in the
country with the demonstrated skills necessary to earn a college scholarship. Our dedicated coaches
and volunteer staff facilitate our athlete’s growth by conducting challenging practices and scheduling
the highest level of competitive activity available. However, reaching these goals must be
accomplished within the proper framework by instilling character, self-esteem, confidence and
sportsmanship with the young athlete.
Achievement of these lofty and worthwhile objectives within the appropriate environment can only be
reached through the mature behavior and exemplary conduct of the coaches and parents of the Club.
Their relationship with the players must be of the highest ethical and moral standards and be based
upon concern and just principles that ensure equitable treatment will prevail in all circumstances.
An aggressive desire for victory combined with the procedural and graduated development of softball
skills through exceptional coaching and advanced training techniques is of paramount importance.
Nevertheless, everyone should realize that, fast-pitch softball is only a game and is the forum we use to
help our athletes mature into responsible adults.