NO.
16
Cassidy Kachnik

Cassidy Kachnik   #16
Graduating Class of 2020
Mountainside HS ‐ Beaverton, OR.

 

Travel Ball info:

2019/20 Oregon Thunder 18 Gold Fall
Fastpitch Cares Benefit Tournament
USA Softball 18 Gold National Qualifier
USA Softball of Oregon College Fall Showcase
PGF Early Thanksgiving College Exposure
USA Preps Las Vegas Best of the Best

 

2019 OREGON THUNDER 18
Triple Crown Valley Invitational College Exposure
USA Softball of Oregon 18A State Champs
Triple Crown World Series – Park City, UT
USA/ASA 18A Western Nationals – Salem, OR

 

2018/19 OREGON THUNDER 18U Fall
Fastpitch Cares Benefit
USA Preps – Washington Instructional
PGF Surf City Early Thanksgiving Showcase
USA Preps Best of the Best – Las Vegas

2018 OREGON THUNDER 18U
18U PGF National Championships
Oregon ASA State Championships
Play for the Cure
PGF National Qualifier
Valley Invite College Exposure

2017 BAT COMPANY 18 GOLD
USA Preps 2017 National Championships
Triple Crown City of Lights – 18U

2017 Bat Company 16U – Miller
Triple Crown Fireworks NIT Showcase
Triple Crown South Valley Invite – 16U
Fastpitch Cares – 16U

2017 NW Thunder 01 – Miller
16A ASA Washington State Championships (2nd Place)
PGF National Qualifier – Portland – 16U
Triple Crown Valley Invite – 16U

2017 NW BATBUSTERS 18U WILSON
IDT Colorado – 18U

2016 NW BATBUSTERS 16U WILSON
PGF Thanksgiving Showcase, CA – 16U
PGF Surf City, CA – 16U
USSSA 18U Qualifier
OC Batbuster Showcase Tournament – 16U

2016 OREGON BLAZE ELITE
14A ASA Western National Championships
14A Oregon State Championships
PGF National Qualifier – Portland – 14U
USA Preps Kate Austin Tournament) -14U
Triple Crown Valley Invite – 14U

 

Oregon Thunder 18U Travel Profile:
Cassidy Kachnik 2020

NCSA Profile:
Cassidy Kachnik 2020

Some Hitting Videos:

 

 

PERSONAL STATEMENT

My name is Cassidy Kachnik, and throughout my life, I have participated in a variety of sports, like soccer, softball, volleyball, and basketball. However, going into my sophomore year of high school, I decided to stick to the one sport I have loved for my entire life: softball. I have a great passion for softball, and ever since T-ball, I knew softball was going to become a huge part of my life, and it did.


Throughout recent years I’ve come to call my teammates my family, and I’ve discovered and developed new aspects of myself that I didn’t even know I had. I’ve had many successes and failures over my years of play, but in this game, you play to fail. That’s the only way you can grow as a player and as a teammate, whether the struggles be mental or physical.

Besides softball, I am quite determined in keeping good grades at my high school. This past sophomore year I essentially started fresh at a brand new school with brand new teachers and set of students. I had to adapt and adjust, and ended up with a cumulative 3.8 gpa for the year. Getting my first highschool B was a jab to what I saw as my pillar of success, but I took that failure and continued through until I raised it to an A. I’m still struggling with subjects like math and science, but as a coming junior I know I will get to where I need to be. Preparation for the ACT and/or SAT is also a priority of mine that I will not take lightly so as to earn the highest scores my abilities as a student can permit.

Softball isn’t just a sport for me, it’s my whole life. My teammates have become my family, and the game has become my way of living. Without this sport I wouldn’t know what to do with myself. I love softball with a burning passion, and am working as often as I can to improve and develop my game with the help of my softball coaches. My team drives me to be better than I believe myself to be, I am above average, and I intend to prove that on and off the field with everything I attempt, succeed, and fail at.

Position 1B / OF
Height 5'9"
Grade 2020 - Signed to Academy of Art University
Season 2018/2019