The nationally-ranked Kansas Renegades are a girls fastpitch organization based out of Wichita, Kansas. The orginazation annually fields 15 – 20 teams ranging from ages 7 – 18 that compete on a local and national level.
YEARS OF OPERATION
The Renegades’ are derived from a list of volunteer coaches that work year around in an effort to achieve the Mission. We are committed to long-term success and strive to build a self-sustaining organization. One that remains continuously focused on providing a place for those who are committed to the Vision, to simply play softball.
We would like to give special thanks not only to those original players and coaches who helped get the organization started, but also to every single player and coach who has volunteer their time outside of work, family, and other obligations that contributed to the continued growth of the organization.
Confident that there are many more stories to write in the future, the Renegades ask for your continued support in our quest to provide a place where young ladies can build their competitive character and with a little luck, the opportunity to earn the education they need to sustain a self-dependent future.
Sports will challenge you mentally and physically. Train properly to compete well and stay healthy. Strive to enhance your mental and physiological well-being.
Always show respect for yourself, your teammates, your coaches, and your fellow athletes. Also respect the history and traditions of our club. Abide by the rules of softball and conduct yourself in such a manner that others will admire your attitude, no matter whether you win or lose.
Fair competition depends, first and foremost, on the honesty and integrity of each participating athlete. Do not deceive yourself or others. Strictly adhere to personal integrity and a high standard of moral conduct.
You are responsible for yourself and your actions. In addition, when you travel to compete, you serve in effect as an ambassador for the Renegades organization. Be courteous and considerate in your behavior towards others.
Consider your involvement in softball a journey toward independence and self-confidence. Learn to enjoy the practice and preparation as much as you do the games. Consider your pursuit of success a life-long pursuit.
Take an inclusionary attitude towards others when it comes to softball. Encourage your peers and others to participate. Share your passion for softball and be a role model for other players.