Campus West Athletics Facilities

Henry Moranchel

Head Coach


Henry S Moranchel joined the ULV softball program as an assistant in the summer of 2016 before being elevated to Interim Head Coach prior to the 2019 season.


Henry S Moranchel was elevated to the interim head coach position in 2019 after serving the past two years as an assistant coach for the program. That stretch saw the Leopards win 59 games on the diamond, including Back-to-Back SCIAC Conference championships 2017-2018, SCIAC Conference Tournament Champions 2017, and a 2017 Regional appearance.


Moranchel has a Bachelor’s degree from University of La Verne in Movement and Sports Science.






Sahvanna Jaquish

Assistant Coach


Sahvanna Jaquish enters her first year on the University of La Verne softball staff in 2019. Jaquish is a current member of Team USA Softball where she recently helped the squad win gold at the 2018 WBSC World Championship Gold.


“Sahvanna will be an invaluable addition to our staff,” said Interim Head Coach Henry Moranchel. “She will be a great resource to help our players get better and we are extremely excited for her to help lead our players this season.”


Jaquish comes to La Verne after playing four years at LSU. She left the Tigers as one of the most decorated collegiate athletes of all time. Jaquish was the first LSU softball player and the 34th softball player ever to be named a four-time All-American. Jaquish was also a member the Puerto Rico National Team from 2014-2016.






Yvon Minogue

Graduate Assistant Coach


Yvon Minogue enters her second season with the University of La Verne Softball team, and first as a graduate assistant.


In her first season at La Verne, the Leopards won both the SCIAC regular season and SCIAC Postseason Tournament titles and earned a spot in the NCAA Regionals. Minogue is currently a member of the Mexican National Softball Team.


Minogue comes to La Verne after a spectacular collegiate career a the University of South Dakota where she was a two-time NFCA All-Region honoree and three-time First Team All-Summit League selection. She finished her career with 31 home runs, third-most in program history, 143 RBIs (third-most), and 140 runs scored (fifth most). She broke USD and Summit League records for career hits with 271 and doubles with 63. Her .403 career average is a USD record and ranks fourth in Summit League history.