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September 19 and 20, 2020

How It Works

The Kyle Miller College Showcase is an event that gives the opportunity to showcase the talent of high school girls to college coaches. This is not an advancement tournament. There are no trophies awarded. The showcase is designed for all of the girls to have an opportunity to showcase their talent for college coaches. Wins and losses are not tracked. The success of our showcase is not measured on wins and losses it is measured on how many girls get the opportunity to continue their playing careers in college.

SCHOLARSHIPS: We will be giving out four $1000.00 scholarships. To be eligible you must participate in the Showcase. A random drawing will be held to determine the winners. More details will be sent to the team coaches.

OUR 25th ANNUAL COLLEGE SHOWCASE WILL BE HELD ON September 19 and 20, 2020


Don't deny your players the opportunity to showcase their talents in front of an array of College Coaches. You will have the opportunity to showcase all of your players at one tournament.

Each College Coach that attends or requests information will receive a media packet from the tournament committee.

This tournament is free to the public and also has parking available at no charge.

Send a donation to the Kyle Miller College Showcase


  • Four games of play
  • 10 minute warm up per team
  • One hour and twenty minutes time limit per game
  • unlimited substitutions


Entry fee is $600.00
$300 deposit required
$300 balance
$50 non refundable fee

Teams will be accepted on a first come, first serve basis.


Kyle Miller, who was dubbed "Mr. Softball" by our local newspaper, was a major driving force in the Lehigh Valley. Kyle worked with men, women and youth teams at a very young age. Kyle was inducted into the William Allen High School Hall of Fame as a coach of the 1990 Pennsylvania Girls' State Championship team.

The Drive, Spirit, Determination and Courage displayed by Kyle could not go unnoticed throughout his short lifetime. Kyle battled cancer from the age of 5 until his passing in December of 1994, at the age of 24. Kyle's willingness to help and give of himself to area teams, while he himself was fighting his illness, could never be matched. As Kyle's presence is extremely missed, Kyle's spirit can be found within everyone's life he touched.