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Lady Magic Mission 

The MISSION of LADY MAGIC Softball is to provide young women, through competitive softball, the opportunity to develop the personal attributes and life long skills needed to be responsible adults. We seek to integrate the values of a competitive softball program into the social maturation process by providing a positive environment in which to nurture a players’ self confidence, respect for self and others, leadership skills, sportsmanship, and responsible citizenship. It is our goal that every Lady Magic player develops life-long friendships and a love of the game of softball. Lady Magic softball seeks to provide a program that develops the abilities and attitudes that lead to a productive and mature adulthood. 


      - Jerry M. Saulter, Founder


Current Committed Athletes

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Big thanks to ExtraInningSoftball  for honoring our 14u Head Coaches by ranking Lindsey and Ernie as the  11th best club head coaches IN THE COUNTRY!!

T-11 (19)—Ernie & Lindsey Munoz (Lady Magic) 
The married couple of Ernie and Lindsey Munoz have the policy of having all coaches in the Lady Magic organization stay with their same team as they move up through age divisions. They began with a second year 12U team in 2013 and moved up with that group through 14’s, 16’s, and graduated them as 18’s in 2022. In 2020 they began a second team at first year 12’s and this team is now the current second year 14U Lady Magic Munoz team. That first group, which went from 2013 to 2022, included seven PGF High School All-Americans and finished in the Top 10 at the TCS Colorado Fireworks Power Pool Division, placing third, ninth and fifth twice. The NorCal-based program has also produced two No. 1 ranked players in the Extra Elite 100 rankings in 2022 grad Jordan Woolery and 2028 standout Kate McCartney. Last year (2022), Ernie and Lindsey were named the NFCA Western Regional Coaching Staff of the Year and their 18U team that year finished 3rd at both the TCS Nationals and PGF Premier Nationals while the 12U team won the PGF title. “Our major focus,” Lindsey says, “is on player development and making sure that our players have the tools they need to succeed at the collegiate level. Our goal is for each player who graduates from our team is to be an impact freshman at the program they attend. We put a lot of stress on competitiveness and resilience and hope that these traits will continue on with the young women after their softball careers as well.”

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Lady Magic Girls Softball is registered as a 501(c)3 non-profit under the 

Internal Revenue Code and the California Registry of Charitable Trusts.

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