Callahan hit .389 (7-of-20) with a double and a squad-high six RBI, and Kajitani also registered a .389 average (7-of-20) with four runs scored as all three players were chosen to the ASA 23-Under All-American Tournament Team.
Doepking contributed three hits and a pair of RBI to the offensive effort as the Virginia Legends tallied an event-best 5-1 mark.
The squad opened the ASA 23-Under National Tournament with a 5-0 triumph over the Connecticut Classics, behind a Rhodes one-hitter with 16 strikeouts and an RBI from Doepking.
The run of success was briefly interrupted in a 6-0 blanking by the Frozen Ropes ( White Plains, N.Y.) and rising Texas A&M senior Amanda Scarborough.
The Legends climbed back into the win column as the current Tennessee Lady Vols knocked in all three runs in a 3-0 victory over the Morris County Belles.
Rhodes again was dominant from the circle by firing six frames of one-hit work with six Ks to pick up her second win. Callahan delivered a perfect 3-for-3 effort with a pair of RBI. Doepking was 1-of-2 with an RBI, and Kajitani contributed a 2-for-4 performance with two runs scored.
The roll through the tourney continued as Callahan went 3-for-4 with a double and an RBI and Kajitani 1-of-4 with a run scored in a 3-0 win over the Stratford Brakettes.
Revenge was in order during Virginia's fifth contest as a base knock from Callahan plated Kajitani with the eventual game-winning run in the first inning as the Legends outlasted the Frozen Ropes, 1-0, to reach the title game.
In the national championship contest, Rhodes allowed one earned run over four innings of work with three Ks in a no-decision before giving way to current Virginia Tech senior hurler Angela Tincher.
Forced into an extra-inning tiebreaker, Callahan came through in the clutch for the Legends by knocking in the game-winning RBI in the eighth frame of a 3-2 triumph over the Brakettes. Doepking was 1-for-4 at the dish while Kajitani drew a pair of walks.
The event drew a number of top players from NCAA Division I softbal. In addition to Tennessee's Rhodes, Callahan, Doepking and Kajitani, Virginia Tech's Tincher and Texas A&M's Scarborough participated. High-profile names also selected to the All-American Tournament Team included Arizona State pitcher Katie Burkhart, LSU's Killian Roessner and Mississippi State's Courtney Bures.