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flgrad91

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BTW here is a picture of the girl you are calling "fat":

Image result for Taran Alvelo

She looks pretty muscular, not fat.


Just for reference only, this picture is from 2017.
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BTW here is a picture of the girl you are calling "fat":

Image result for Taran Alvelo

She looks pretty muscular, not fat.

2018
https://www.google.com/search?q=taran+alvelo&client=safari&channel=iphone_bm&prmd=inv&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjyk7L-3r7bAhXN0VMKHXZ0CdYQ_AUIESgB&biw=414&bih=628#imgrc=1qDaJGA9YLANCM:
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really doesnt need to cry but instead run laps. I noticed she was laboring out there but king was not. She needs to go back to the weight room lift weights and have a healthier diet. im sure the outcome would have been different if she wasn't tired.


And your douche like behavior continues. I think we can all see on tv how large of a women she is.
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Alvelo definitely played bigger this year than last. Probably because of her injury and the lack of conditioning she was able to do while recovering. It is always optimal to be in the best condition possible but great players come in many shapes and sizes. I’d rather focus on a players performance.
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Honestly a LOT of the top pitchers are larger than they used to be. I’m not sure why Taren is being singled out?
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My name is Chris Stangel and my daughter Casey Stangel was a proud member of the UW softball program.  I love fast pitch softball and enjoy learning much about the game, programs, coaches and players from these websites.

I am amazed and impressed at the skill, effort, commitment, sacrifice, ability, tougness and strength of all the kids.  Yes, KIDS!  For the parents of these athletes, we know our daughters are amazing, doing something few get the opportunity to do, regardless if they meet the expectations of others who throw anonymous hand grenades and then conveniently hide behind fake usernames.  

I have never understood why adults feel they know anything factual about these kids or feel they have "the right" to post hurtful mean spirited comments.  Why would an "adult", call a collegiate athlete a name, judge them or attempt to crush their spirits?  It's not right.  It's never been right, no matter if the athlete is 9 or 21.  

These collegiate athletes are just that...in college,  getting the opportunity to play a sport they love while helping their families with the ever rising cost of tuition.  They have not signed a contract that includes the assumption of being a public figure, being paid for the expected Monday Morning Quarterback comments.  

When did a college scholarship give others the right to tear a teenager down? Taran is a beautiful and wonderful person/player who gave her level best. I am very proud of her and all the amazing young women who gave their all to win a National title.  


Whether they win, lose, strikeout or get a hit, I appreciate how hard  they work everyday to be the best person, student, friend, teammate, sister and daughter they can be.  

I hope people will share their thoughts and opinions without writing hurtful comments about kids regardless of whether they meet your ill informed expectations.  I am a huge fan of the game and I am very proud of Florida State, UW and all the amazing teams and players.     

GO DAWGS!!!


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Thats the great thing about the game we all love, girls can be different shapes and sizes and compete at a high level. Tall, short, big, small, heavy, thin - it comes down to desire and hard work and I have no doubt that she had both in order to pitch for a top team like Washington
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Softballjunkie223

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Originally Posted by chris_stangel
My name is Chris Stangel and my daughter Casey Stangel was a proud member of the UW softball program.  I love fast pitch softball and enjoy learning much about the game, programs, coaches and players from these websites.

I am amazed and impressed at the skill, effort, commitment, sacrifice, ability, tougness and strength of all the kids.  Yes, KIDS!  For the parents of these athletes, we know our daughters are amazing, doing something few get the opportunity to do, regardless if they meet the expectations of others who throw anonymous hand grenades and then conveniently hide behind fake usernames.  

I have never understood why adults feel they know anything factual about these kids or feel they have "the right" to post hurtful mean spirited comments.  Why would an "adult", call a collegiate athlete a name, judge them or attempt to crush their spirits?  It's not right.  It's never been right, no matter if the athlete is 9 or 21.  

These collegiate athletes are just that...in college,  getting the opportunity to play a sport they love while helping their families with the ever rising cost of tuition.  They have not signed a contract that includes the assumption of being a public figure, being paid for the expected Monday Morning Quarterback comments.  

When did a college scholarship give others the right to tear a teenager down? Taran is a beautiful and wonderful person/player who gave her level best. I am very proud of her and all the amazing young women who gave their all to win a National title.  


Whether they win, lose, strikeout or get a hit, I appreciate how hard  they work everyday to be the best person, student, friend, teammate, sister and daughter they can be.  

I hope people will share their thoughts and opinions without writing hurtful comments about kids regardless of whether they meet your ill informed expectations.  I am a huge fan of the game and I am very proud of Florida State, UW and all the amazing teams and players.     

GO DAWGS!!!


lmfao doubtful and where's your solid proof?
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lmfao doubtful and where's your solid proof?


Hey little boy...who stabbed your man bun?
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lmfao doubtful and where's your solid proof?


This account has posted several times over the past years. Very knowledgeable and relevant posts about UW players.

I've met and talked with Chris several times at UW softball games.

If this account isn't him, it's, at the least, a very honest reflection of him as a father and fan.
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I like that people care enough to place softball under the same scrutiny as men and rip on things that deserve ripping.  If weight is affecting a men's basketball players performance fans are all over him about it.  However that's not what we have here.  The OP was clearly just bashing her for her appearance and there's no place for that.

I wouldn't go so far to call her a class act, but she's a tremendous athlete and she's kept out of trouble since she got to Washington so good for her.  
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it's sad you guys can't see she has a weight issue. I'll shut up once she drops a few pounds.


It's sad you can't see that you're a pathetic keyboard warrior.  You probably look like Shrek and you have to take out your anger on someone you don't know.

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Absolutely no excuse to be this heavy in a matter of months face it she let herself go because she doesn't care about herself or the fact she's a role model to young girls. They are going to look up to her and say it's ok for me to be heavy and use the excuse " I was injuried" I'm really say she needs to drop at least 25-40 pounds and she'll be more fit, have more stigma, be more attractive to look at and more parents will let their daughter be her role model.
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How do you feel about CC Sabathia, one of the best pitchers in baseball, and clearly not having a problem pitching extremely well deep into games?  

By the way, you're a complete idiot.

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Softballjunkie223:  I recall the many cruel remarks made towards my daughter Casey Stangel, when she transferred from Mizzou to UW as well as when she changed her role from pitcher to outfield/hitter.  People believed they knew her true story and believed they were well with in their rights to judge, label and degrade her.  What I know, is we all have our truth and no one knows what that  "truth" really is, unless we are standing in their shoes.  So judgement and opinions like yours can only be without true understanding and are simply cruel conjecture.

We all have things to improve and we hopefully are doing the best we can everyday. I will never understand why someone would say cruel words about someones child or a young person in an open public forum?  You have the right to believe what you believe. But, to throw out cruel words that can only be hurtful to that young person and her loved ones is not right.  If you believe what you are saying is ok, then put your true name to it,  not your hidden handle? There is no respect or honor in your words when you hide behind a username.  I wish Taran and all the amazing young women in College Softball the very best!   I respect them so much and know first hand (as a proud Father of a former player) how much you sacrifice.

Go Dawgs!! & Go Dores!!!!

Sincerely,

Chris Stangel
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Chris - I remember your daughter as mine played briefly for the Sorcerers.  Casey was a great player and, though I never met you or her, she seemed like such a nice and happy person.  I'm sure that hasn't changed.  And, of course, the classic name . . .
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Hey little boy...who stabbed your man bun?


  Hold it right there! Weren't you the one who started making unkind remarks about McQuillin's weight/appearance then you move over to do the same with Alvelo?
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Originally Posted by chris_stangel
Softballjunkie223:  I recall the many cruel remarks made towards my daughter Casey Stangel, when she transferred from Mizzou to UW as well as when she changed her role from pitcher to outfield/hitter.  People believed they knew her true story and believed they were well with in their rights to judge, label and degrade her.  What I know, is we all have our truth and no one knows what that  "truth" really is, unless we are standing in their shoes.  So judgement and opinions like yours can only be without true understanding and are simply cruel conjecture.

We all have things to improve and we hopefully are doing the best we can everyday. I will never understand why someone would say cruel words about someones child or a young person in an open public forum?  You have the right to believe what you believe. But, to throw out cruel words that can only be hurtful to that young person and her loved ones is not right.  If you believe what you are saying is ok, then put your true name to it,  not your hidden handle? There is no respect or honor in your words when you hide behind a username.  I wish Taran and all the amazing young women in College Softball the very best!   I respect them so much and know first hand (as a proud Father of a former player) how much you sacrifice.

Go Dawgs!! & Go Dores!!!!

Sincerely,

Chris Stangel
cool beans bro but you gotta say it. You're her father and a team dad. But you know you see it and so does everyone else. Stop pretending to be mr .words of wisdom because no one is buying it. Everyone on the team knows if she was more fit taran would have made better pitches and would have kept her team in the game with a possible game 3 tonight.
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  Hold it right there! Weren't you the one who started making unkind remarks about McQuillin's weight/appearance then you move over to do the same with Alvelo?
lmfao aww sh!!
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cool beans bro but you gotta say it. You're her father and a team dad. But you know you see it and so does everyone else. Stop pretending to be mr .words of wisdom because no one is buying it. Everyone on the team knows if she was more fit taran would have made better pitches and would have kept her team in the game with a possible game 3 tonight.


So because she isn't the most fit person on this planet, she can't throw a pitch correctly? How does any of that correlate to a weight problem?

Ever heard of Allie Walljasper for LSU or Kaylee Carlson for Auburn. They all look the same size and they are all some of the best pitchers to play the game.
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I'm really say she needs to drop at least 25-40 pounds and she'll be more fit, have more stigma, be more attractive to look at and more parents will let their daughter be her role model.


and that affects their ability to play softball how? 
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So because she isn't the most fit person on this planet, she can't throw a pitch correctly? How does any of that correlate to a weight problem?

Ever heard of Allie Walljasper for LSU or Kaylee Carlson for Auburn. They all look the same size and they are all some of the best pitchers to play the game.
why are you calling Ali fat? She was a great pitcher for lsu who sent them to the wcws 3-4 years she's been there im sorry but yes u are just plain ole rude.
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Softballjunkie223 is a troll and it should be ignored.  Personally, I waited too long to follow that advice.
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Why does everyone keep engaging this fool?  He has people cranked up on a half dozen threads! 
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<< My name is Chris Stangel and my daughter Casey Stangel was a proud member of the UW softball program.  I love fast pitch softball and enjoy learning much about the game, programs, coaches and players from these websites. >> 


Hi Chris.  Your post is appreciated by all the reasonable people who use this site.
Unfortunately, there will always be some small fraction of people who have a desperate need for attention... 
and who do not care how their off putting, mean spirited remarks can effect others. 
I would tell Taran (and anyone else who gets this type of treatment)... 
to just simply -  consider the source.

If it's something that's coming from a source which has zero value or zero meaning to you... 
then it is worth zero consideration.

If a critique or comment was coming from a well known friend or relative or coach... then it might hold some real meaning or value.
But if it's coming from some unknown internet poster...  it's just a bunch of meaningless jabber that holds zero value.

Consider the source...  and know that it is not worth any of your time or consideration. 

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I also want to say that I enjoyed watching your daughter play the game.
I believe I heard that she is coaching baseball. Is that correct?
And I love that you named her Casey.
Btw... is Casey her actual name - or is that just a nickname?
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It is very sad to be discussing one’s weight and fitness. It’s rude. Stop the body shaming and let her be her own self. Female student athletes get enough shaming. How about you look at all she accomplished she pushed through. That’s a player many teams/coaches would love to have. Class act.


I've been in the telecommunication business for a long time. Before the internet we had BBS's and Fidonet. 

As long as there is anonymity there will be folks who get their kicks by inflaming others with the sorts of posts SoftballJunkie is submitting. It's the same mentality that induces a person to throw a morsel of food into a crowd of starving kids just to watch them scramble.

It's very difficult to do, especially when this clown insults someone you know or love, but you need to just ignore him. Do not respond to anything he posts.

If you don't get the point across to him, at least you won't engage in this hatefulness.
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Originally Posted by chris_stangel
Softballjunkie223:  I recall the many cruel remarks made towards my daughter Casey Stangel, when she transferred from Mizzou to UW as well as when she changed her role from pitcher to outfield/hitter.  People believed they knew her true story and believed they were well with in their rights to judge, label and degrade her.  What I know, is we all have our truth and no one knows what that  "truth" really is, unless we are standing in their shoes.  So judgement and opinions like yours can only be without true understanding and are simply cruel conjecture.

We all have things to improve and we hopefully are doing the best we can everyday. I will never understand why someone would say cruel words about someones child or a young person in an open public forum?  You have the right to believe what you believe. But, to throw out cruel words that can only be hurtful to that young person and her loved ones is not right.  If you believe what you are saying is ok, then put your true name to it,  not your hidden handle? There is no respect or honor in your words when you hide behind a username.  I wish Taran and all the amazing young women in College Softball the very best!   I respect them so much and know first hand (as a proud Father of a former player) how much you sacrifice.

Go Dawgs!! & Go Dores!!!!

Sincerely,

Chris Stangel


Met Casey a couple times. Super good person. Hope she’s doing well over at Vanderbilt.
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Originally Posted by Softballjunkie223
it's sad you guys can't see she has a weight issue. I'll shut up once she drops a few pounds.


What you can’t see is your calling out a college player for being fat when it’s not needed. We can all see she is overweight but we don’t go out of our way to say it on a message board. What we can see is once again you have proven a lot of people right your a straight up douche bag. One day you will realize it’s not cool to call someone fat even if it’s true. I hope you don’t pisss anyone else off in your life because the next time instead of getting cussed out on a message board it might just be you getting your ass kicked by some female.
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really doesnt need to cry but instead run laps. I noticed she was laboring out there but king was not. She needs to go back to the weight room lift weights and have a healthier diet. im sure the outcome would have been different if she wasn't tired.
Can this post be deleted? This is stupid.
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