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Pennsylvania Rebellion

Pennsylvania Rebellion
League National Pro Fastpitch
Location Washington, Pennsylvania
Ballpark Consol Energy Park
Year founded 2013
League championships 0
Colors Black, gold, white
2014 9-39
0-2 (4th place)
Ownership Stu Williams
Coach Craig Montvidas
Manager Steve Zavacky (general)


The Pennsylvania Rebellion are a National Pro Fastpitch softball team based in Washington, Pennsylvania. [1] They were added as an expansion team for the 2014 season, receiving the roster and draft position of the recently defunct NY/NJ Comets.[2]

Franchise history


The Rebellion joined NPF for the 2014 season, and received both the NY/NJ Comets' roster and draft position. [2]This resulted in Pennsylvania having the overall first pick in the 2014 NPF draft, which they used for Arizona State's pitcher Dallas Escobedo, who pitched for the Rebellion's first ever win.[3]

Overall, the Rebellion struggled through the season, batting a league-worst .199. [4] Manager Rick Bertagnolli resigned following a 2-10 start, citing 'personal reasons.' Assistant coach Stacey Rice, was named to replace him.[5] The Rebellion's inaugural season ended with 9-39 record.


On January 14, the Rebellion announced that the head coach of the Netherlands women's national softball team, Craig Montvidas, was hired as the Rebellion's coach.[6] On January 26, Steve Zavacky was promoted to general manager.[7]

General managers

All-time head coaches

# Name Term Regular season Playoffs
1 Rick Bertagnolli 2014 12 2 10 .167 - - - -
2 Stacey Rice 2014 36 7 29 .194 2 0 2 .000
3 Craig Montvidas 2015—present 0 0 0 - 0 0 0 -


Season W L T Finish Playoff results
2014 9 39 0 4th place National Pro Fastpitch Lost in NPF Semifinals
Totals 9 39 0



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External links

  • National Pro Fastpitch
  • Pennsylvania Rebellion Home Page
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