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The Austin Stars organization was established in 2003 by Rollie Hernandez and consist of 14u - Austin, 1-16u - Thorndale, and 18U Gold - Austin teams. Our mission is to give proper training, strong basic fundamentals,and sharp game knowledge to each player. We will provide positive coaching; encouragement for the proper development of a successful athlete. Our long term goal is to get the players ready for high school ball and then recruitment for college ball. Austin Stars organization has had 100% of every Senior wanting to play at the next level recruited into the College Lever every year since our first clase of 2010. we tend to keep this tradition going throughout the years to come.
If you are interested in joining the Austin Stars, please contact:
Rollie Hernandez
(512) 517-1776
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Former Austin Star Player Vianna Gutierrez earned her fourth career Pitcher of the Week award this week.A no-hitter, two shutouts and three complete games later, Softball's Vianna Gutierrez has been named the Heartland Conference Pitcher of the Week, the league announced today. Gutierrez pitched incredibility last week, tossing her second career no-hitter for No. 12 St. Mary's, finishing the week 3-0 with 26 strikeouts and a 0.33 ERA. She allowed one earned run over 21 innings in the circle, no-hitting St. Joseph, blanking Division I Incarnate Word and beating No. 25 Angelo State. Gutierrez pitched two shutouts and one no-hitter in three complete games, improving her to 7-1 on the season. The junior currently has a stronghold on the conference as she has the lowest season ERA at 1.44 in 58.1 innings pitched. She also is second in opponent batting average at .212 and fourth in strikeouts at 61. The honor this week is her fourth on her career and fourth for the Rattlers this season as fellow ace Emily Brittain (Sr., Corpus Christi, Texas) has won Pitcher of the Week three times.
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