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alysonherman

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Hello! I am a player going to Santa Monica Community College, we have recently lost our coach from last season to a new job. Unfortunately S.M.C. is having a difficulty time finding someone suitable, with a good amount of knowledge and experience in the game (whether you be a player &/or coach)- so I find myself taking the initiative.

I am looking for someone that would possibly be able to stay with the program, and help build the program up to something great.

I am a local girl(to Santa Monica,and have played softball for 16 years) who went out of state my freshman year to play softball on a scholarship at W.N.C., and found myself in need to come home after that year and go to S.M.C. Finding out S.M.C. has a softball team was new to me,and very exciting.

If you and/or anyone you know have any interest in this position PLEASE CONTACT ME ASAP!(either through here or by my email listed below)
 
Thank You,
Alyson Herman
E-mail: HERMAN_ALYSON_J@smc.edu
DunninLA

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Alyson, nice swing, except you popped it up  -- http://www.wnc.edu/photos/departments/469.php

Anyway, I put an email out to a veteran Santa Monica softball guy who might know of someone with interest... my assumption is that this is a sort of volunteer/very low pay job, is that correct?

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alysonherman

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Thanks, No idea why they would even put that picture up from practice hah.

But Thank you for replying- and yes it would be a part time/low pay job.
If your contact would be interested they'd be able to teach/coach the softball class this semester(and be paid for it I believe), and then coach during the Spring semester(and definitely be paid for it).
indyrun

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But, just because the job likely wouldn't pay much, there is no correlation to what type of talent you might get in that position.

Our Pima Juco hired Stacey Iveson - UA grad - (certain pay was not great there either), she turned that SB program into a national power, has moved on to Yavapia Juco in Prescott, walked in and won, I believe, "their" 1st national SB title.

Hopefully, you can find someone talented (maybe even a recently "x" player looking for such a position), and who knows what your program may turn out to be?

The best to you and your school. 
alysonherman

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Yes, thank you for the wishes!!

I have contacted a couple of recent UCLA Softball grads through Facebook that have stayed within the area, but so far no luck. I have an old pitching instructor also helping me with that idea and asking some local university coaches and ex- coaches.
indyrun

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Alyson - another suggestion, hopefully helpful.

As this is the "Misc" part of UCS, might suggest, for even a wider audience for your problem, you re-post the thread title under "College Softball". Then you could just copy and paste the entire content of what is here.

There are some extremely knowledgeable SB minds that frequent "that" particular part - many, I'm sure, that never even peek under Misc.

Just a suggestion.  
alysonherman

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Thank you! I am new to this site, so I wasn't too sure as to where to post this!

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