Cassandra Rodriquez has served as an Assistant Softball Coach for Stealth 18G since June 2010. Along with great leadership, she brings her accomplished collegiate and international softball experience to the organization. Rodriguez assists with all aspects of the program ranging from instruction to recruitment.
Cassandra Rodriquez is in her second year as a BOWNET Field Representative. Rodriguez served as the Graduate Assistant Coach for the University of Antelope Valley (UAV) for the 2013 and 2014 seasons while earning her Masters Degree in Criminal Justice. She was an official member of the Mexico National Softball Team; and was part of their 2015 World Cup of Softball X roster.
In the summer of 2014, Rodriguez was invited to play for the Mexico National Softball Team. She rostered for both the Mexicali and Fullerton International Softball Federation (ISF) tournaments. Rodriquez marked her inaugural appearance in international play by helping Mexico secure a silver place finish in the Mexicali Tournament. In it, she hit her first homerun and added 2 doubles and a single.
Rodriguez enjoyed a successful collegiate career as a member of the UAV softball team and was a member of the first ever sports team at the university. In her final season as a Pioneer, Rodriguez led the nation in RBI production for the National Club Softball Association (NCSA) and helped lead her team to its third Southern Pacific (SoPac) Conference Championship. Together with her teammates, Rodriguez brought UAV and the community it’s first ever National Championship and helped to usher in the new era of NAIA competition. Rodriguez finished up by graduating with her Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice while maintaining a 3.48 GPA.
As a junior, Rodriguez garnered her second So Pac Championship and a seventh place finish in the World Series. During the inaugural softball season and her first season as a Pioneer, Rodriguez earned a starting position in center field and as a catcher. She helped guide her team to its first SoPac Conference Championship and a runner up finish at the NCSA World Series.
Previous to her standout career at UAV, Rodriguez played two successful seasons at Chaffey College. She also attended Everest College where she became a certified massage therapist.
A native of Whittier, California, Rodriguez enjoyed an outstanding high school career at Pioneer High School where she earned MVP honors and played on the All-Star Rotaries club team. Rodriguez concluded her travel ball career with the So Cal Havoc.