Tuesday, June 17, 2014

SOURCES: Beth Mullins to Become New Troy Head Softball Coach

Sources in Troy, Alabama have told Justin's World of Softball that current Mississippi State assistant coach Beth Mullins will be named head coach of the Trojans. An official announcement from the school is expected soon.

Mullins has been a member of Vann Stuedeman's staff at Mississippi State since the head coach's inaugural season in 2012. She primarily focuses on tutoring the outfielders & hitters.

Before coming to Starkville, Mullins served as an assistant coach at Western Kentucky; UAB; and Georgia Southern. This will be her first head coaching position.

Mullins was a four-year player at UAB from 2001-2004. She was named an all-conference player as a senior and also was a part of the all-CUSA Freshman Team in 2001.

At Troy, Mullins will replace Melanie Davis, who resigned on May 19 after twenty-one years at the helm of the Trojans program. Davis' 2014 squad finished seventh in the regular-season Sun Belt standings and were eliminated on Day 1 of the conference tournament. 

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