Register using the link below. Once you have registered, you are eligible to participate in our fundraiser. The first 5 fundraiser cards are free with your registration. Sell them for $20 each, keep the money, and you've offset your tournament work fee. You are allowed to purchase up to 10 additional cards. To get your cards, please call La Rae Rahm 507-399-1293 or Holly Hazard 612-695-7204. If you have any questions, please contact us at email@example.com
June 13-14, 2020
We would like to welcome Cory Hainy to Fairmont Cardinal Softball. He was recently hired as the new head coach of the Fairmont Cardinals. He is a highly respected guy with tons of knowledge in the game. He is ready to start and has the batting cages setup with new turf and batting mats. Good things are coming for Fairmont Softball jump on board and get involved. Sign up for the camps made available to you.
Happy Third Anniversary
Cardinal Power Fastpitch
We've come a long ways. So many families involved and so many great memories already. Even a National Championship in 2019.
Thank you to all our families.
Turf From Super Bowl at the Bank
The 16/18u team played Jackson on July 8th in Mankato. One of the highlights was meeting some of the Australian National team after our game. The Aussies are staying at Bethany College in Mankato this summer. Practicing on their facilities and using their weight rooms and training rooms as they prepare for the 2020 Olympics.
The Cardinal Power 14u team got a real treat when three members of the Aussie Peppers professional fastpitch team came into our dugout. Jess, Jordan, and Nicole spent an inning in our dugout, and then were kind enough to join us for a group photo after the games. Thanks, ladies, and good luck this season!
To work closely with the Fairmont High School Program to provide a place for girls in Southern Minnesota to learn the skills necessary to compete at a high level in a fun, safe, positive team environment both on and off the field.
Cardinal Power Fastpitch is a 501 (c) (3) that was started in 2016. Many volunteer hours and thousands of dollars were invested by board members and sponsors to get the program up and running by day one.