Codi Dudley fell in love with baseball early on - growing up playing baseball and later watching her brother Bobby play at UNC. She has followed in his footsteps on the field and off - establishing herself as a standout player (P, 1B, SS, 3B) and a well-respected coach.
Jackie grew up in the world of softball (shhh don't tell the girls). She planted herself behind the plate from the time she could throw through high school. In college, at the Div II level she took on the middle infield and never looked back. Ever since she has been a utility player in the EWBC and on their travel ball affiliates.
Jennifer Hammond grew up watching her baseball idol Cal Ripken, Jr. and daydreaming at shortstop about one day playing professional baseball. While she didn’t quite make it to the bigs, she continues to play the game she loves with the Eastern Women’s Baseball Conference (EWBC) and local recreational men’s teams (primarily C, P, and OF - earning the nickname “Miss Utility” for her flexibility on the field).
As a player, Coach Hoffman has been a pitcher in the EWBC for nearly 20 years. Currently she serves as a player-coach locally for the Baltimore Blues as well as the EWBC's tournament-level team, the DC Thunder.
Mary Kmiecinski has coached youth baseball for the past 15 years. Both of Mary’s kids (Kahlan,13, and Adam, 20) started playing baseball when they were 5, and continue to play for Howard County Youth Program (HCYP) in Maryland. Mary plays catcher, 3rd base and outfield for EWBC’s Baltimore Blues.