A little about me
My name is Pi “π” Stephenson and I am interested in studying pre-law in college. My career goal is to become a lawyer as my passion is helping disadvantaged youths overcome abuse and discrimination. In October of 2022, I started the non-profit Play Like Pi Foundation to raise money for disadvantaged young girls to play softball (see article written about Play Like Pi by my high school newspaper).
I attend California High School, maintain a good grade point average and include both Chinese and Drama as my favorite classes.
I play softball for both my high school and 510 Pride Fastpitch. I’ve been playing softball since 2nd grade and started playing competitively when I was 9 years old.
One of my favorite softball experiences was playing illegal softball during the coronavirus pandemic. One time the police came to shut down our game and would only let us continue if we switched out of our jerseys into our Father’s tshirts. Being behind the dish wearing a N95 mask wasn’t fun but it was better than not playing.
I’m passionate about my goals and work on my game everyday. When I don’t have practices or games, I’m powerlifting in my garage, speed training on the hills behind my house or doing dry swings in my bedroom. I love the game and my teammates so this isn’t work but rather what I enjoy.
To learn more about my foundation for disadvantaged girls, check out the Play Like Pi Foundation page.
Multi Position Player with a Big Bat
- Second Pop Time: <1.9
- Trainer: Brett Thomas
- Trainer: Matt Jarvis
- Home to 1st: 3.1
- ’22 RBIs: 12
- ’22 Home Runs: 1
- Trainer: Kiko Garcia
Passion & Integrity
Play Like Pi Foundation
“If you accept the expectations of others, especially negative ones, then you’ll never change the outcome.” – Michael Jordan
The Play Like Pi Foundation is a 501c organization committed to giving disadvantaged young girls an opportunity to play and succeed playing softball. By providing scholarships through donations and free training, Play Like Pi helps our future all stars find a way onto the softball diamond.