Kissimmee, FL– Following their first place finish in the Second Annual Young Tournament, the USSSA European Jr. Pride continued their softball journey in Stuttgart, Germany.
This time around the European Jr. Pride competed in the Third Annual Kurbis Cup to finish out their season. Day one of the Kurbis Cup featured the European Jr. Pride winning all three games.
Day two of the tournament, the European Jr. Pride won their game against the German National Team of Karlsuhe, Germany 18-3. Following the win, the USSSA European Jr. Pride advanced to the Championship Semi-finals but lost 3-1 against the German National Team of Haar, Germany 3-1.
Despite the loss, they finished strong with a six run shut-out against the Storks of Den Haag, Netherlands. Win their final win of the tournament against the Storks, the European Jr. Pride finished 3rd in the Kurbis Cup with an overall record of 5-1.
This tournament is the last of their tournament season. Follow the USSSA European Jr. Pride on Facebook for all team updates.
Alexa Landenberger, one of the players on the European Jr. Pride, made this video covering the 30th Annual Due Torri softball tournament in Parma, Italy. Feel free to check it out!
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About USSSA Florida Pride: The USSSA Florida Pride is a professional franchise in the National Pro Fastpitch League that is owned and operated by USSSA. The amateur organization of USSSA has multi-sport coverage and encompasses teams and players from the United States and abroad.
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