Raiders Softball of Massachusetts, with uniquely experienced coaches who have all played or coached the game of softball at a highly competitive level, has the sole purpose of creating an athletic venue for young women and girls 18 years of age and under, who are committed to striving for the highest level of competition in softball to enhance their character, mental and physical health, sportsmanship and educational opportunities.
Raiders Softball was founded by Lisa McGloin in 1990. The first two Raiders teams she coached won the ASA states and regionals, qualifying for the ASA Nationals. She took time off from 1992-1995 to attend Northeastern University Law School and restarted the program in 1996. The Raiders' have two top twenty finishes at PONY Nationals (2002,2003) and a 9th place finish in 2004. Under her leadership, the program has grown from one 18U team to six teams ages 11- 23 in the past six years with her 18U Gold team finishing second in the Region 1 ASA National Qualifier in 2008 & 2009.