Bombers Fastpitch Organization Adds Team To The DFW Program!

Bombers Fastpitch Organization Adds Team To The DFW Program!

New Braunfels, TX, July 27nd, 2020

Bombers Fastpitch Organization is excited to announce the addition of a new 2008 team to the DFW / North TX market. Please welcome the Texas Bombers NTX 12u-Gadberry team that will be based out of North Dallas. We are excited to welcome the players, coaches, and their families to the Bomber Nation.

Head Coach Bill Gadberry has been committed to developing players to compete nationally for the past 15 years in Arizona, Georgia and now Texas. Coach Bill prides himself on building teams that develop the athlete first in all aspects of a softball player from fundamentals to the mental approach. Coach Bill has been part of teams that have competed nationally across all age levels with top results in national championships including 18U Triple Crown Sparkler & PGF Platinum (2016), 16U USA Elite Select World Fastpitch Championships and 14U USA Elite Select World Fastpitch Championships (2018).

Assistant Coach Jill Vondrak was a P/1B at University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, has over 12 years’ experience as a pitching coach and over 5 years of coaching travel softball. Assistant Coach Lena Harrington is a former NCAA Division I athlete and head coach, she has tailored a strength and conditioning program for the team and helps build our athlete first approach. Assistant Coach Ryan Harrington develops leaders across the world and has been coaching softball for over 6 years.

Anyone interested in joining this team should attend tryouts Saturday, August 15th, from 9am – 1pm in Carrollton, TX. For additional details and to reserve your spot at the tryouts please contact Coach Ryan Harrington at 1-(469) 795-1723.

About Bombers Fastpitch The Bombers are a Junior Olympic Fastpitch Softball Program headquartered in New Braunfels, TX, which began competition in 2001. The Bombers provide elite softball players the opportunity to pursue collegiate scholarships and to compete at the highest levels. Located in seventeen states (Texas, Louisiana, Arizona, Alabama, Colorado, Oklahoma, Mississippi, Missouri, Illinois, Tennessee, Florida, Arkansas, Minnesota, Georgia, Kansas, Indiana and Ohio) the Bomber organization and its players are committed to demonstrating leadership in community involvement and professionalism. Follow the Bombers at