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CONGRATULATIONS ON A GREAT YEAR
The SAIT Trojans Women’s Collegiate Fastball Team was formed in 2002 to provide young women attending SAIT Polytechnic the opportunity to play competitive college Softball in Canada.
SAIT being one of the five founding members and a strong supporter of the Alberta Intercollegiate Women’s Fastball Association (AIWFA), participated as the league continued to grow with teams from Alberta and Saskatchewan. The league changed it’s name to the Western Collegiate Softball Association (WCSA) to better represent all of it's league teams and currently includes teams at the University of Alberta, Briercrest College, University of Calgary, University of Regina, University of Saskatchewan, Mount Royal University and SAIT Polytechnic.
SAIT has been invited to Four of the Eight Canadian Collegiate National Championship in 2008, 2010, 2012, and 2014 with a strong 5th place in the 2012 National Championships ahead of University of Lethbridge, University of Regina and University of Calgary. The Trojans participated in the 2014 Canadian Collegiate National Championships held in Calgary. The competition and level of play displayed by the Universities and Colleges from Canada was outstanding. The SAIT Trojans are proud to be a member of the Canadian Collegiate Softball Association.
The SAIT Trojans won the Silver medal in league playoffs in 2011, Bronze in 2012. The Trojans place 5th place in League play in 2017. The Trojans are planning a trip to Fort Lauderdale Florida during Reading week in February 2018, to play College teams and future College players. This should prove to be a great adventure. The excitement is building with the players.
The 2018 League Season holds a lot of promise for the Trojans as more Elite Softball Players from all over Canada and USA plan to attend SAIT Polytechnic to receive their college education and play Trojan Fastball. In addition Mount Royal University Students are now allowed to join the Trojans as the League has combined the two Institutions.
"Go Trojans Go"