Welcome to Connecticut Mirage Softball!
Celebrating Its 23rd Year
The Connecticut Mirage was founded in 2002 and is one of the premier girls fastpitch organizations in Connecticut. We emphasize fundamentals, individual instruction, teamwork, sportsmanship, and the well-being of every player.
Ct Mirage 14U Wins Tournament
The Ct. Mirage 14U team won the Final Battle Tournament in East Hartford last weekend. The Mirage entered Sunday’s elimination day as the number 3 seed. After just getting by its first game 4-3, the Mirage won both the semi – final and final games easily to post a 5 and 1 record for the weekend and 23 and 12 overall. The season concludes in Chelmsford, Mass. next weekend
Mirage 18 U Win big in NY!
The Mirage 18U Lagace team traveled to Amsterdam, NY this past weekend and ‘painted the town’ purple and teal. The team went 3-0 in pool play on Saturday earning the 1st seed for elimination play on Sunday.
Mirage 16U Langhans Wins First Tournament
The Mirage 16U Langhans team beat the Ct. Angels 9-4 on July 11th to win the Tradition Tournament in Wallingford.
Mirage 16U Wins third tournament
The Mirage 16U (Bornstein) won its third tournament in a row at the Bethel Blast on July 4th. The Mirage offense was held down from previous tournament wins, but still managed to outscore the opposition 22-12 to run its early summer season record to 15 and 0.
Mirage Wins Elite Summer Brawl Tournament
The Ct. Mirage 16U (Bornstein) won its second tournament of the season at the Elite Summer Brawl in East Hartford on June 27th. After a 3 and 0 Saturday, the Mirage secured the number 1 seed allowing only two runs for the day. After winning its first round and quarter round games easily, the Mirage led only 1-0 against the NWS Elite, but a seven run 6th inning put the game out of reach. The Mirage then went on to handily defeat the Brewster Rockets 10-2 in the Championship Game to stretch its early season record to 12 and 0.
Mirage 16U Wins Season-Opening Tournament
The Ct. Mirage (Bornstein) won the Bridgeport Sound of Softball Tournament on June 20th going 5 and 0 and outscoring its opponents 49-13. After beating the Barracuda Green 5-4 on Saturday, the Mirage faced the Green again in Sunday’s Championship Game and after leading 3-2 early on, the Mirage opened up to a 7-2 lead and coasted from there for a 10-3 win in its first tournament of the season.
Congratulations to the following Mirage players who have earned post-season honors:
🥎 Emma Anderson – Tolland – All-Conference CCC, Senior Select Team
🥎 Kamryn Arvisais – Enfield – All-Conference CCC
🥎 Kaleigh Bodak – Haddam/Killingworth – All-Conference Shoreline Honorable Mention
🥎 Christina DeNovellis – Rocky Hill – All-Conference CCC
🥎 Lyndsay Donston – South Windsor – All-Conference CCC, Junior Select Team
🥎 Maddy Ellis – East Catholic – All-Conference CCC, Junior Select Team
🥎 Sophia Fazzina – Berlin – All-State, All-Conference CCC, Junior Select Team
🥎 Hailey Gorack – Lewis Mills – All-Conference CCC
🥎 Samantha King – Stafford – All-Conference NCCC
🥎 Leah May – Portland – Jr. Select Team, All-Conference Shoreline Honorable Mention
🥎 Dani Riendeau – Enfield – All-Conference CCC, Senior Select Team
🥎 Emilia Santiago – All- Conference CCC🥎 Alex Sciarretto – Bristol Central – All-Conference CCC🥎 Rachel Shaw – East Catholic – All-Conference CCC🥎 Caleigh Sheehan – Bolton – All-Conference CCC
🥎 Malena Signorello – Cromwell – All-Shoreline Conference Honorable Mention
🥎 Madison Tessmer – Cromwell All-State, All-Conference Shoreline, Junior Select Team🥎 Gabriella Tomaino – Wethersfield – All-Conference CCC
A Little ABout US
We feel it is our job and responsibility to prepare girls to play at the college level. Many of our players, both on their own and with our help, are playing in college softball programs today.
Mirage teams have won numerous travel tournaments throughout New England and over 100 Mirage players have gone on to play at the collegiate level.
Our organization emphasizes fundamentals, individual instruction, teamwork, sportsmanship, and the well-being of every player.
The team name was inspired by the famed Las Vegas luxury hotel and the purple, teal and white uniforms were inspired by the 2001 Maryland Legends. Today, the Mirage uniform colors are widely recognized throughout the travel ball circuit.
Values & Philosophy
The Mirage organization emphasizes fastpitch softball fundamentals, individual instruction, teamwork, sportsmanship, and the well-being of every player.
We feel it is our job and responsibility to prepare girls to play at the college level. Many of our players, both on their own and with our help, are presently playing in college softball programs.