2015 Softball
Overall SSAC Streak Home Away Neutral
0-0 (.000) 0-0 (.000) 0-0 0-0 0-0
2015 Softball Coaches
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Alison Sellers-Cook
Head Coach- 10th Season
Alison Sellers-Cook begins her ninth season as head coach of the Badgers after serving two seasons as an assistant coach and following a spectacular playing career at Spring Hill College. In 2013, she lead the Badgers to a program-best 49-17 record, the championship of the NAIA Opening Round's USC-Beaufort Bracket and a spot in the championship game of the NAIA National Championship Tournament held in Columbus, Ga. Also that year, she was named the Southern States Athletic Conference (SSAC) Coach of the Year while the entire SHC coaching staff (Lauren Biediger, Jenny Laird and Sellers-Cook) was named the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) National Coaching Staff of the Year.
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)
2013- 49-17; 16-9 SSAC West (3rd); NAIA National Runner-Up

Total: 181-214; 53-77 (Conference)
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Lauren Biediger
Assistant Coach- 5th Season
"Coach B" returns to the Badger staff for her fourth season on the Hill. 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 then played her junior and senior years at Belhaven University in Jackson, Miss. 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-America 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-America squad and the NFCA All-America 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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Katelyn Hinson
Assistant Coach- 2nd Season

In her four-year career in the Badger outfield, Katelyn "K.T." Hinson started in the second-most game in SHC history with 203 appearances. She collected 98 hits including 14 doubles and three home runs for a career batting average of .215 with 49 RBI and 41 runs scored. From her outfield positions, she made 220 putouts with 13 assists and started four double plays.

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