1. Jessie Warren Wins 2019 Rawlings Gold Glove
  2. Pride Fall to Bandits in Double Header
  3. Pride Swing Big Against the Eagles
  4. Pride Beat Beijing Eagles
  5. Pride Clench Series Win Against Canadian Wild
  6. Pride Win Double Header
  7. Wild Take Game Two From Pride
  8. Pride Beat the Wild
  9. Pride Dominate Game Three
  10. USSSA Pride Unleashed the Bats for a 10-0 Victory
  11. Pride Win and Henderson throws Perfect Game
  12. Pride At Home for Beijing Eagle Series
  13. Pride get the sweep on the Comets
  14. Pride Keep the Win Streak Alive
  15. Pride Take Game Two of Comets Series
  16. Pride Sign Sydney Romero To 2-Year Contract
  17. Pride Win with a 4-3 Victory
  18. Pride Host Cleveland Series
  19. Pride Win Four Straight at Home
  20. Pride Sweep in Rainout Double Header
  21. Pride Win Home Opener with a 2-0 Victory
  22. Pride Sign JMU Pitcher Megan Good to 2-Year Deal
  23. Pride to Host Peppers for 2019 Opening Series
  26. Henderson, Pride hand Bandits Their First Two Losses
  27. Lorenz Signs 2-Year Deal With Pride
  28. Wild Fall To Pride In First Loss of Season
  29. WATCH: Odicci Alexander make her Pride debut FREE tonight!
  30. USSSA Pride fall to Team Mexico in Game 2
  31. USSSA Pride welcomes Jessie Harper
  32. USSSA Pride fall in Game 1 against Team Mexico
  33. USSSA Pride come back to Space Coast Complex in Game 1 against Team Mexico

Alissa Haber


Number: 6

Position: OF

B/T: L/L

College: Stanford University

Hometown:  Newark, CA


Professional: Haber was a great asset to the outfield for the pride and brought her speed and versatility. In Alissa’s first season in the NPF, she played in 18 games and recorded 7 hits in 49 at-bats which came out to a quiet .143 average. During the championship series Haber blasted her first home run of the season against the Chicago Bandits en route to her first and the Pride’s first NPF Championship.


National Team Experience: A member of the U.S. National Team, Haber helped lead Team USA to the 2009 Canada Cup Championship and captured the gold medal with Team USA at the KFC World Cup of Softball in Oklahoma City. In addition to her game winning hit in the championship game, she provided critical home runs against Japan and Australia and was a part of the USA Softball Team that captured gold at the 2009 Japan Cup in Sendai City, Japan. In 2010, Haber was nominated for the Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award and was recognizes as a top-tem finalist in the competition.


College: On the field, Haber is a three-time All-American and All-Pac10 selection. Haber entered her senior season with a .395 career batting average, a clip which stands only behind that of two time Olympian Jessica Mendoza in the Cardinal record books. In 2010, Haber led the Cardinals, hitting .448 with 64 hits, including 13 doubles, two triples, five home runs, and 29 RBI.


Personal: Alissa is the daughter of Dave and Beth Haber and she has two brothers, Samuel and Chris. Her father was a national champion in the high jump for Cal State East Bay. Attending Stanford she majored in English. Alissas hobbies include reading, napping and reality TV and her full name is Mary Alissa Haber.


2011 Regular Season Stats & Accomplishments

OBP .418  AVG  .333  HR 2  RBI 17

  • 5th in Average on the PRIDE (Not entire NPF, Does not meet minimum at bat expectations)
  • 5th on the Pride in RBI
  • Prides Most solid RF and Utility (After foot injury DH)