Lyndsey Buckley, manager Ninjas 12, was a two sport athlete at Mercer County Community College, playing two years of both softball and soccer. She currently attends Rider, where she is focusing on academics.
She was a 4-year starter at Nottingham High School’s softball program, playing outfield, second base and shortstop during her career. Along with softball she also played field hockey and soccer. After she graduated in 2012, she attended West Chester University, focusing on academics. She soon quickly found out she missed playing sports, so she decided to transfer to MCCC and resume her athletic career. She was very pleased with her decision.
Lyndsey still plays co-ed softball and club soccer.
In 2000, D'arcy was asked to join the most elite athletes in the USA and Canada to represent North America at the World Cup of Softball in Lyons, France. She earned the title of top hitter in this tournament. She went on to earn a full scholarship to Seton Hall University and was a four year starter. Today D'arcy owns TrailsBlazer Softball where she trains and develops girls softball skills.