My my My my
New England Diamond Gems Home Page


  Welcome to the

New England Diamond Gems Fast Pitch Softball Website

Player needs: 
Senior team - three position players
18U Showcase - strong pitcher and one positional player 

Learn more about the New England Diamond Gems Organization

Congratulations to the Class of 2017 student-athletes who have committed to attend and play softball at their respective schools next year. We are extremely proud of them and wish them the best. We also wish the best of luck to all former Gems starting their college seasons.

Jennifer Carson - University of Rochester         

Liz Carter - New York University                              


Sam Cushing - Plymouth State University           

Julia Dailey - Rivier University                            

Hannah Doherty - Mount Ida College                  

Kellie Kennedy - Rivier University                       

Hailey Yabroudy - Simmons College                 


Gatorade State Player of the Year

Jaime Cleasby2016 New Hampshire Softball Gatorade POY:

Jamie Cleasby

The New England Diamond Gems congratulate Jamie on a well deserved award. We are proud of her hard work on and off the field.


We don't only care about wins on the field,
we care about success in the Classroom.

To learn more about the
New England Diamond Gems Organization

view our video at 

Based in southern New Hampshire, the Diamond Gems are competitive Junior Olympic fast pitch softball teams which compete on the state, regional, and national levels. Our players come from throughout Southern New Hampshire and Northern Massachusetts, and include young women ages 10 - 23. During the "off season" from October through April, the girls work hard, participating in various school sports, as well as conditioning and fitness programs, and practicing indoors. We are very proud that many of the girls are among the academic standouts in their respective schools.

During the summer, our "win / loss" record will be important, but the focus of our year will be for the girls to learn, to be "showcased", and most of all, to have fun. We won’t win every game, but we should “be in” them all. It is Coach Rines’ hope that when our games end, our opponents, the umpires, and the fans will all agree that our young ladies did their best, showed respect, and brought honor to themselves, and their organization.

The New England Diamond Gems is a not for profit 501(c)3 organization.

14U Gold PA Firecracker Gold Bracket Champs<br>14U Gold All American Champs14U Gold May Mayhem Champs14U Gold PA Firecracker Champs14U Gold at Hershey Park
Loading Weather...