Katherine Murphy When I was young, I played for the Pawtucket Slaterettes. Now my daughter is a Slaterette. I'm happy to be a part of an organization that helps girls play the game they love.
Michaela Connors Mare
Linda Lafreniere My girls joined the Pawtucket Slaterettes back in 2014 when they were only 3 and 6 years old. They both started in tee-ball and have now worked their way up to the junior and senior divisions.
Camille Carino Unlike many of the board members who started out with The Pawtucket Slaterettes as players, I was born and raised in New Jersey and came to Rhode Island in 1996 as a young adult. I've lived in Pawtucket since 2005 and discovered the Slaterettes a few years later, as I was exploring different extracurricular opportunities for my young daughter and son. My husband and I are both big baseball fans and so we were suprised and thrilled to find out that Pawtucket is home to the oldest (and only) all-girls baseball league in the country. We signed up our daughter in the Minor Division and she has continued to play and grow with the Slaterettes in every division up to and including the Women's Division. Through the Slaterettes our daughter has had the opportunity to participate in a number of MLB-sponsored baseball events as well as to travel to girls' baseball tournaments in Florida and New Jersey. We have had a wonderful experience ith the Slaterettes throughout the years, full of great people, fantastic opportunities for our daughter and good times for our entire family. When I was invited to join the Board of Directors in 2017 as the Corresponding Secretary, I was excited to give something back to the organization that has given so much to my family and our community.
Player Development Dir.
Sr. & Women's Div. Dir.
Laina Porro I joined the Slaterettes this past 2021 season. It was my first time playing organized sports in 20 years! I am proud to be a part of this organization.
Youth Divisions Director
Alli Zagroski I started off as a young girl whose grandfather signed her up for the Slaterettes in 2008 and quickly got inspired to become a coach in 2017, after playing with boys teams growing up. I love the empowerment of women in baseball and how great if an opportunity this is to impact girls' lives in ways many of us may not understand. Baseball has always been a passion of mine and the love of the game is what keeps me going. To this day, I've been playing baseball for 20 years and now I'm a coach for the Slaterettes Travel Team. I hope to see the league grow in many ways and be here as a contributor to that.