The People Who Make Us Amazing
Coach Jess White
Coach Jess White has been a truly valued member of the Lady Warriors family since 2000. As our Assistant Coach, Coach Jess White works closely with our team members to make sure they’re performing to the best of their ability.
Coach Riley Jones
Coach Riley Jones has been with us since the very beginning and as our Head Coach, and trains and mentors our players, offering professional and quality guidance throughout the season.
Coach Casey Smith
The Lady Warriors team wouldn’t be where it is today if it weren’t for Coach Casey Smith who oversees our strategy and advises on the best course of action. We really couldn’t have wished for a better Team Manager.
Bill has 15 years experience coaching competitive baseball & softball. He played Varsity Baseball in High School for 3 years as a pitcher/3rd baseman. Played college baseball for 2 years and played professional baseball in the California Angels system. He played Men's softball until age 30. He started coaching baseball for boys ranging from age 5 to 15 yrs old in the competitive division. He has won many league championships and placed 3rd in Triple Crown World Series 2 different time. He also did some assistant coaching with boys Fall baseball league at the high school level. He has coached girls Fastpitch softball for about 4 years, 2 years at the 'B' level, taking a 12&U team that had finished 12-29 the year before he joined them to 42-14-11 in 2000 with 3 Championship appearances, one 1st place finish and a 3rd Place finish in the Colorado USSSA Championship. In 2001 he moved up to the 14&U division and won the Colorado ASA 'B' State Championship along with 6 Tournament Championship Game appearances and a final record of 67-20-1. His 2002 Lady Warrior 14A Team finished 3rd in the USSSA Nationals, won 2 Tournament Championships and finished the season with a 52-24-2 record at the 'A' level! The next move was to 16A ball where they did well and won the 2003 USSSA 16A Colorado State Championship. This young team completed the season with a 12th place finish in the USSSA Nationals in Canton, Michigan finishing the season with a 51-21-5 record. His 2004 team 16A Team won 3 tournaments, including the only 16A team ever to win the prestigious Colorado Classic at the 18A division. This team finished the season with a 61-26-5 record, placed 2nd in the USSSA State Championships and finished 14th in the FAST Nationals in Orlando, Florida. Bill has been named the 2003 Coach of the Year by the Colorado USSSA Organization. During the 2005 Season, Bill brought in 8 new energetic ball players and continued the success that his teams have come to be accustomed to. This new ball club placed in four 18A tournaments highlighted by making it all the way to the Triple Crown World Series National Championship Game, where they took 2nd place to wrap up 2005. This team finished 60-32-6 and four of his players continued on to play fastpitch at the college level. Congratulations Bill and Monte on a great 2005 season!
Both the Warrior's Team and Lady Warrior's Organization are very proud of this prestigious accomplishment and feel extremely fortunate to have Bill coaching our kids! Bill is very dedicated to his teams and introduces many of the advanced fundamentals that he learned playing baseball beyond the collegiate level to his team.
Bill's 2006 18A season will have a late start, beginning with prestigious Stazio Tournament (where they placed 3rd out of 20 teams in 2005) with several kids coming back for one more season after their first year of college.