Cindy ball was named the second head coach in UCF Softball history on June 27, 2018.
Ball joins the Knights after four successful seasons at Boise State University. In her last two campaigns, Ball compiled a 73-36 record. She led the squad to the program’s first postseason appearance at the 2017 National Invitational Softball Championship and followed it up with a 2018 NCAA Tournament berth.
In 2018, the Broncos set programs records for most wins in a season (40), most conference wins in a season (18), and the first conference title in program history defeating New Mexico in the Mountain West championship.
Ball brings a plethora of coaching experience, including a two-year stint with the Washington staff, to Orlando. In those two seasons, she served as recruiting coordinator and was responsible for the development of the Husky pitching staff. The Huskies went 76-35 during Ball’s two seasons in Seattle and reached a pair of NCAA Super Regionals while developing Kaitlin Inglesby into a second team All-American.
Tiffany Jordan joined the UCF softball coaching staff in October 2014 as an assistant coach. Her primary responsibilities include working with the infielders and hitting.
Jordan has helped the Knights to NCAA regional final appearances in 2015 (Tallahassee) and 2016 (Gainesville). She was a part of 2015 American Athletic Conference Coaching Staff of the Year and 2015 NFCA Mideast Region Coaching Staff of the Year, helping the program to its first regular season and tournament championship in the same year.
Jordan was inducted into her alma mater, Youngstown State’s Athletic Hall of Fame in 2017, and was also named the assistant coach for the Canadian Junior Women’s team for the 2019 Softball World Cup