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Director Jon Tymann are pleased to announce the hiring of Katie Woolf as the first full-time head coach of the Fighting Scots Softball program. Read More  

KATIE WOOLF

Head Softball Coach

 

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Coach Woolf enters her fourth season at the helm of the Gordon Softball program in the 2017-2018 athletic year. Woolf has coached six All-Commonwealth Coast Conference players during her tenure and made the playoffs in each year.

 

Gordon has built upon each season during her three campaigns with the top job. The culmination was a record-setting 2017 season in which the team broke the program wins mark with 15 and made the double-elimination round of the CCC tournament for the first time ever. Under her tutelage, sophomore Megan Jenkerson broke the school’s individual season records in hits, doubles, games played and home runs.

 

Woolf came to Wenham after spending two years as the main assistant softball coach at NCAA Division-II institution Walsh University in North Canton, Ohio. She helped guide the Cavs to a drastic improvement in her second year with the team, going from 18-20 in 2013 to 29-19 this past season. Before Walsh, Woolf spent two years as a graduate assistant just down the road at Malone University in Canton. While receiving a M.A. in Organizational Leadership, Woolf focused her efforts as the hitting coach and led the Pioneers to the second highest collective batting average in the American Midwest Conference.

 

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KENDALL BUKURAS 

Assistant Softball Coach/Graduate Assistant for Communications

 

5260Kendall Bukuras joined the Gordon Athletics staff as a graduate assistant for athletic communications and assistant softball coach following her graduation from the College in the spring of 2014.

 

As a four-year starter and two-year captain of the Scots’ Softball program, Bukuras finished with a .306 batting average and .941 fielding percentage, capping off a successful career by setting Gordon’s season assist record with 112 in 2014. In total she registered 106 hits, 49 RBI, and five home runs from the plate while booking 310 assists from her post at short.

 

A standout on and off the field, Bukuras was named Gordon’s 2014 Female Presidential Servant Leader, an honor bestowed upon student athletes who demonstrate positive, consistent Christian conduct, productive well-rounded college lifestyles, humility in victory and graciousness in defeat, and sensitivity to the needs of teammates, coaches, and the College.

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