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The Langhorne Lightning is a dynamic competitive travel organization focused on the whole athlete. We have brought into our organization former college players to lead our training and player development. The focus of our program is to ensure our athletes have a great experience and have the opportunity to play softball at the college level. We look forward to seeing you at Community Park for the upcoming 2020-21 season.
Thanks to everyone that came out to tryouts this year. The Langhorne Lighting is proud to have 7 travel teams this upcoming season. Stay tuned for a new website coming soon. If you are interested in supporting or playing for Lightning Travel Softball please contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
LAA Softball President
12U (Second Year Team) Coach Scott Miller
Scott has been coaching travel softball for 5 years. His first head coaching experience was with the Newtown ROCK 10U. From there, he moved to the Banshees 10U as their Assistant Coach for two years. He is currently the head coach of the Langhorne Lightning 12U team. Before coaching softball, Scott was an AAU baseball coach for the Bucks County Red Sox.
14U (First Year Team) Coach Sally Miller
Coach Sally is the Current Head Softball Coach of The College of New Jersey. Miller ranks among the winningest active coaches in Division III by percentage and total victories. With a career log of 635-325-3, she boasts a win percentage of .661.
14U Coach Lauren Creamer
My name is Lauren Creamer. I began playing softball when I was 5 years old and began playing travel ball at 8. I played at Neshaminy High School from 2009-2013. While there, I was named to a SOL Conference team in my sophomore through senior years. I was also inducted into the Trenton Softball Hall of Fame in 2013. In my senior season, my team and I made it to the state championship game at Penn State. After high school, I continued my softball career at Susquehanna University, where I was a four-year starter. Freshman year, I played first, third, and right field. Sophomore through senior year, I split my time between first base and being the DH. I was named Landmark Conference Player of the Week 6 times within my four years. I was also named to the Landmark Conference first team all four years. I am also lucky enough to break and tie multiple records held by the school. These records include home runs, sacrifice bunts, doubles, and batting average, among others. After college, I went on to my dream job of being a math teacher. I currently teach Geometry at Philadelphia Academy Charter High School. I’m looking forward to pushing these young ladies to be the best versions of themselves, both on and off the field!
14U Futures Coach Andy Waskie
14U Futures Coach Grace DeRosa - Former Penn State Brandywine
16U Coach Erin Quense
Erin Quense is a graduate of West Chester University (2010-2015) where she was a member of the golden rams Softball team for 5 years. After redshirting her freshman year, Erin went on to become the starting catcher for the Golden Rams. In 2014, the West Chester Golden Rams won Regionals, Super Regionals and went on to play at the D II Women’s College World Series where they finished 6th in the country. Erin was named to the all-tournament team for the Women’s College World Series. Erin was also an NFCA All-American Scholar-Athlete.
Today Erin is a middle school special education teacher in the School District of Philadelphia, who enjoys giving back to the game she loves.
Coach Dana Knapp
Dana Knapp is a graduate of both Kean University (2015-2017) and Mercer County Community College (2012-2015).
At Mercer, Dana earned the Garden State Athletic Conference (GSAC) Division ll player of the year award. After transferring to Kean in 2016, Dana broke her school's single-season home-run record.
That year she was also awarded NFCA Third-Team All-American, NFCA First-Team All-East Region, First-Team All-ECAC, and First-Team All-NJAC.
In 2017 and 2018, Kean was nationally ranked in the top 10 division lll softball teams. After completing her undergraduate degree, Dana returned to Kean to join the coaching staff. Dana coached at Kean University from 2018-2020. Dana also obtained her Master’s from Kean University in 2020.
Dana is looking forward to helping young women become the best version of themselves on and off the field.
Coach Taylor Septor - Scranton University
Coach Gina D'Andrea - Stevenson University