2013 Softball
Overall SSAC Streak Home Away Neutral
49-17 (.742) 16-9 (.640) Lost 1 21-6 13-7 15-4
2013 Softball Coaches
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Alison Sellers-Cook
Head Coach- 8th Season
Alison Sellers-Cook begins her eighth season as head coach of the Badgers after serving two seasons as an assistant coach following a spectacular playing career at Spring Hill College.  In 2007, Sellers-Cook led the Badgers to their first Gulf Coast Athletic Conference (GCAC) regular season championship and a second consecutive NAIA Region XIII Tournament berth.  Following the season, she was named the 2007 GCAC Softball Coach of the Year.



Sellers-Cook's Record at SHC

2006- 22-21; 5-7 GCAC (3rd)  NAIA Region XIII Tournament
2007- 25-27; 8-4 GCAC (1st)  GCAC Champions/NAIA Region XIII Tournament
2008- 19-27; 2-10 GCAC (4th)
2009- 15-32; 4-8 GCAC (t3rd)
2010- 21-29; 5-11 GCAC (4th)
2011- 12-33; 5-15 SSAC West (6th)
2012- 18-28; 8-14 SSAC West (6th)

Total: 142-197; 37-68 (Conference)
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Lauren Biediger
Assistant Coach- 3rd Season
Coach Biediger joins the Badger staff for her first season in 2011. Born in Houston, Texas, she attended Lake City Community College in Lake City, Fla., where she played first base and catcher for two seasons. In 2006, she was named 1st team All-Conference.
Biediger played her junior and senior years at Belhaven University. In 2007, she was named to the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference (GCAC) All-Conference and All-Tournament teams as well as the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) All-American Academic team. In 2008, she was again named to the GCAC All-Conference and All-Tournament teams. That same season she earned a spot on the NAIA Region XIII All-Region team, a 1st team slot on the NAIA All-American squad and the NFCA All-American 1st team.
She was named GCAC Player of the Week twice during her career at BU and was named a 2008 Daktronics-NAIA Softball Scholar Athlete.
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Jenny Laird
Student Assistant- 1st Season

Laird begins her first season as a student assistant after a two-year career cover 1st base on the Badger diamond. Laird was a Daktronics NAIA-Scholar Athlete during her senior season and was twice named to the SSAC All-Academic Team. A native of Mobile, she graduated from Baker High School before playing two seasons at Jones County Junior College in Ellisville, Miss.

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