ROSEMONT — The Chicago Bandits have signed infielder Alyssa DiCarlo to a 1-year contract, team officials announcedTuesday morning.
DiCarlo, the fourth overall pick in the 2019 NPF Draft, put up impressive numbers in her four years at University of Georgia posting a school record of 68 home runs.
“We are really excited to add Alyssa to the roster. She is definitely going to strengthen the offensive game.” General Manager of the Bandits, Toni Calmeyn stated.
DiCarlo helped lead Georgia to the Women’s College World Series her junior year with a batting average of .400 and a fielding percentage of .921 at shortstop. In her senior campaign, DiCarlo broke Georgia’s all-time RBI and home run records, earning a top 10 nomination for the USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year award.
That effort was on display during Georgia’s run at the NCAA Regional Tournament. In four games, DiCarlo had a batting average of .386 and four RBI, all of which scored on her 23rd and 24th home runs of the 2019 season.
The four-time Cowles Cup champion Chicago Bandits will be back at Parkway Bank Sports Complex for the 2019 season. Opening day is set for a 7:05 p.m. first pitch June 6 against the Cleveland Comets. For more information about the Chicago Bandits or to reserve your tickets, please visit chicagobandits.com or call the box office at 877-722-6348.
About Chicago Bandits
Since 2005, the Chicago Bandits have been members of the National Pro Fastpitch league. Entering their 15th season as a franchise, the Bandits have provided the Chicago area with high-level softball talent and entertainment en route to capturing six regular season titles and four Cowles Cup championships, the most recent coming during the 2016 campaign. Located in Rosemont, the Bandits play at the Parkway Bank Sports Complex, one of the premier softball facilities in the nation. Parkway Bank Sports Complex is the only stadium in the country built exclusively for a women’s professional softball team. The Bandits provide an opportunity for female fastpitch softball players to further their careers at the professional level and has included legendary figures such as Jennie Finch, Tammy Williams and Stacy May-Johnson.