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Shea Stadium was built in the fall of 1986 by the hard work of Irene Shea, who had just agreed to take over the program as head coach, and assistant coaches Jim Beitia and Alan Segal. The new field included a concrete backstop, a permanent outfield fence, new concrete dugouts and a re-leveled and sodded playing surface. read more

Lori Perez

 

Head Coach

On Aug. 14, 2013, Lori Perez (formerly Meixner) was named Sacramento State's interim head coach for the 2013-14 season. After a successful 2014 campaign, Perez had the interim tag removed and was named the program's permanent head coach on June 26, 2014. No stranger to Hornet softball, Perez took over the head coaching duties after Kathy Strahan announced her retirement after 21 years as the program's head coach.

Perez has 14 years of experience at Sacramento State, including four seasons as a player (1999-02), nine years as an assistant coach (2005-13), and one season as the head coach (2014). Under Perez's guidance, the 2014 squad finished the year 25-21 overall and 12-4 in the Big Sky Conference. The .750 winning percentage in conference play was the program's best in 21 years, and the Hornets finished in second place in the final standings, just a half game back of first-place Idaho State (13-4).

In addition, Sacramento State saw a program-record 11 of its players receive some form of all-Big Sky recognition, including unanimous first team all-league selection and Big Sky Pitcher of the Year Caitlin Brooks. The Hornets also showed steady growth throughout the year. In fact, after posting an 8-13 record through the first 21 games of the season, Sacramento State went 17-8 over its final 25 games.

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Nichole Willis

 

Assistant Coach

Nichole Willis will enter her second season as an assistant coach at Sacramento State in 2014-15, and now has seven years of coaching experience. Willis, who played four years at Fresno State, works with the catchers and outfielders, assists with recruiting and the pitchers, and handles team travel.

In her first season with the Hornets, the 2014 squad finished the year 25-21 overall and 12-4 in the Big Sky Conference. The .750 winning percentage in conference play was the program's best in 21 years, and the Hornets finished in second place in the final standings, just a half game back of first-place Idaho State (13-4). In addition, Sacramento State saw a program-record 11 of its players receive some form of all-Big Sky recognition, including unanimous first team all-league selection and Big Sky Pitcher of the Year Caitlin Brooks. The Hornets also showed steady growth throughout the season. In fact, after posting an 8-13 record through the first 21 games of the year, Sacramento State went 17-8 over its final 25 games.

In the summer of 2014, she was one of 20 players selected to compete for the USA Women's Baseball National Team. As one of the team's two primary catchers, Willis won a silver medal with the squad at the WBSC Women's Baseball World Cup in Miyazaki, Japan. Prior to Sacramento State, Willis spent three seasons (2011-13) as an assistant coach at UC San Diego. With the Tritons, she helped coach the team to a combined 123-61 overall record, including a 2011 national championship and a 2012 national runner-up finish.

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Danielle Kaminaka

 

Assistant Coach

Danielle Kaminaka enters her second season as an assistant coach at Sacramento State in 2014-15, and now has seven years of coaching experience. Kaminaka is the hitting coach and first base coach for the Hornets while also working with the infielders, overseeing the team's academics and youth camps, and assisting with recruiting.

Last season, in her first season with the Hornets, the team's offense produced a .288 batting average, the fourth best mark in the program's Div. I era (1990-pres.), and seven different starters hit at least .300. In addition, 11 Hornets produced grade point averages of 3.0 or better during the spring semester, which coincides with the team's season. She helped coach the 2014 squad to a 25-21 overall record and a 12-4 mark in the Big Sky Conference. The .750 winning percentage in conference play was the program's best in 21 years, and the Hornets finished in second place in the final standings, just a half game back of first-place Idaho State (13-4).

In addition, Sacramento State saw a program-record 11 of its players receive some form of all-Big Sky recognition. After the team posted an 8-13 record through the first 21 games of the year, Sacramento State went 17-8 over its final 25 games. Kaminaka, who played four years at Loyola Marymount, also had assistant coaching stops at Colgate (2013) and Loyola Marymount (2009-12). She was an assistant coach with her alma mater in 2011 and 2012, and a graduate assistant in 2009 and 2010.

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