The EC Bullets is proud to have developed a tradition of excellence that has helped over 500 players receive college scholarships to play fastpitch softball!
"The season seems to be flying by and with it my games, like every amazing senior in my class, are numbered, so I continue to love and cherish every single moment I get to spend in the orange and blue uniform." Kelly Barnhill
This weekend at Auburn was my last regular season SEC away series, four years ago it was also my first SEC series ever. Crazy how things come full circle like that. I remember how excited and, to be honest, nervous I was to pitch in my first SEC game ever. It was not a good outing. I remember giving up three home runs to Kasey Cooper, Carly Wallace and Emily Carosone, two of which were back-to-back. It was definitely a wake-up call for the inexperienced freshman that I was that the SEC and college softball was at a whole different level that I had never experienced before.
This weekend I threw my first no-hitter of the year and surpassed my role model and mentor Stacey Nelson’s career strike out record at Florida with over 1,116 Ks at Auburn. I have grown and learned so much in the past four years and am grateful for all the lessons the game has taught me. I wouldn’t change the ups and downs for the world because I am who I am today because of those experiences. With each and every game I continue to grow and learn. The season seems to be flying by and with it my games, like every amazing senior in my class, are numbered, so I continue to love and cherish every single moment I get to spend in the orange and blue uniform.
Anslee Finch, Baylor Bears, Callie Turner, Chloe Cobb, Colorado State Rams, East Cobb Bullets, Greg Schnute, Kassidy Krupit, Kayla Garcia, Leea Hanks, Madi Perry, Neely Peterson, Notre Dame, TC/USA Nationals, Texas A&M Aggies, Texas Bombers, Texas Longhorns, Texas Tech Red Raiders, Tori Whillock
Over 500 players have received scholarships to play College FastPitch!
2018 - 18 & UNDER
FINAL NATIONAL RANKINGS #1
Greg Schnute Team
EC Bullets 1st Place Ranking
1st Place National Rank: EC Bullets Schnute 18 Gold Finishing Strong ECB Schnute finishes 2018 with a National Title and a 1st Place overall National Ranking
Coach Greg Schnute and his coaching staff guided their team to another outstanding year while competing against the best competition in the nation. His ECB 18Gold team brought home, to Georgia, the 2018 Triple Crown 18U National Title. Additionally the team made a Top 5 Finish at the 2018 Independence Day 18 Boulder Division Tournament. These accomplishments, along with others, secured the ECB Schnute Team a 1st Place Overall National Ranking per USCLUBRANKINGS.com
In addition to Coach Schnute's 18Gold Team's 1st Place National Rank, other EC Bullets teams were also represented in the National Club Rankings.
EC Bullets 16U Caldwell finished the season with a National Ranking of 27th and EC Bullets 16U Pisciotta secured a National Ranking of 89th.
In the 14U Division, EC Bullets 14U Biele boasts a National Ranking of 12th overall and EC Bullets 14U Mayfield finished the season with a National Ranking of 43rd. Proving the quality and depth of the EC Bullets teams was EC Bullets 14U Scott/Andrews with a 77th National Rank.
Coach Schnute and the EC Bullets have been instrumental in elevating the level of Fastpitch played in Georgia. The state routinely fields some of the best teams in the nation. This is evident when you begin looking at the rosters of the Top 25 College Fastpitch Teams. Georgia athletes are well represented. The EC Bullets can take pride in the fact that they developed many of those current, past, and future players on those college rosters.
The EC Bullets motto is "Play Like A Champion". Congratulations to the ECB Schnute Team for making that motto a reality in 2018!