Darci begins her 12th season as the Wolverines Head Coach after serving two years as an assistant. In 2009, she helped guide the team to a NorCal Championship and a state runner-up finish with 44 wins, the most in Sierra history. The 2010 Wolverines won the Big 8 Conference championship and reached the NorCal regional finals. Darci was named the Big 8, Northern California and State Coach of the Year in 2010.
In 11 seasons as Sierra’s Head Coach, Darci’s record is 448-129 with three trips to the Elite Eight State Championships and eight trips to the State Playoffs. She has produced 21 All Americans and 68 players have earned scholarships.
Her experience includes 10 years at the high school level where she led Del Campo to the playoffs six times. Four of her teams were CAL Champions, and she was Coach of the Year in 1993. Her overall record at the varsity level was 139-26. Darci played at CSU Sacramento for four years as a catcher and outfielder. She also played ASA summer ball for the NorCal Tremors. She received her B.A. degree from CSUS in Childhood Development with a minor in Physical Education. She has a Master's in Education and Curriculum.
Cortney begins her second season on the Sierra staff. She played softball for 13 years before ending her competitive playing career with the 2009 Sierra College team that finished second in the state. Cortney will spend the majority of her time working with Wolverine pitchers and catchers.
Cortney spent most of her playing career behind the plate and at third and first base. Prior to her two years playing at Sierra, she spent three years coaching at Colfax High School and with the NorCal Freeze. She also served as an Assistant Commissioner on the NorCal Girls Fastpitch board for six years, running their winterball program.
Cortney is currently working towards a degree in Kinesiology. The former Wolverine is the mother of two future Wolverines, Kennedie (7) and Rylee (6).
Brett joins the Wolverine softball program after spending the last two years at Folsom high school. Brett comes to the coaching staff with a great deal of experience and knowledge. In addition to coaching at Folsom he also spent several years at Colfax high school and NorCal girl’s softball league. Brett will be working with the infielders and helping with recruiting this season.
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