Tiger Softball Coach

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  1. geauxtigs

    geauxtigs Tigers Forever

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    :geaux: Anybody have any ideas on who the new LSU Softball Coach will be? Here's a few candidates:

    HOTARD: Who
     
  2. SabanFan

    SabanFan The voice of reason

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    Kyla Holis or Britni Sneed. Either one works for me.
     
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    Richdog 02 Cecilia alumni champs

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    a friend of mine played under Kyla Hall (now Holas) and she raves about her all of the time.
    Habetz wouldn't be bad either.
     
  4. geauxtigs

    geauxtigs Tigers Forever

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    :geaux: Though not on the list of candidates, Lisa Fernandez, currently an assistant at UCLA, might be an interesting choice. She's been a star at the college level as well as a charter member of the U.S. National Team. She knows the game inside and out and will be a head coach somewhere soon. Possibly a dark horse candidate for the Tiger job. :LSU231:
     
  5. 18handicap

    18handicap Founding Member

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    No Kyla Holas please....

    Saw an interesting article in the Advocate which listed Sharon Perkins from Ga. Tech as a possible candidate. She has Louisiana ties and is a great coach and family person! I would endorse her as a good choice for our next coach.

    Why are all of the candidates listed female? Aren't there some great male coaches as well who would be interested. Can we lure Rich Weiligman from Oklahoma State to the SEC? He was the hitting coach when Texas A&M was hitting like crazy and has brought Ok State from not making the NCAA tournament to the WCWS this year. He did beat Tennessee in the regionals this year and I know he can have continue to compete in the SEC. He also has many Texas roots and can recruit Texas and Louisiana well.
     
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    TwistedTiger Founding Member

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    I pay so little attention to male/female, black/white that I hadn't even noticed. However who cares if they are all female or male or anything else? What LSU needs is the best coach available what ever gender, color or anything else they may or may not be.
     
  7. Richdog

    Richdog 02 Cecilia alumni champs

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    why not?
     
  8. 18handicap

    18handicap Founding Member

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    I agree, I want the best coach, but the rumor is out there that it's going to a woman. I don't care as well about gender, race, etc. - I want the best coach we can get.

    While doing a very good job at UH, I really haven't had good experiences dealing with the program. I could be very wrong, but I would rather keep looking and if she is the best available coach we can get, then I'll support her and the program 100%.
     
  9. tirk

    tirk im the lyrical jessie james

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    fixed.

    if there was a chick coaching LSU football, you'd notice.

    mr i dont notice race or gender. what does that even mean. i hate when people say that.
     
  10. geauxtigs

    geauxtigs Tigers Forever

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    :geaux: Dandy Don reports this morning that Glenn Moore may take the LSU Softballl Coaching job as soon as Baylor's season is over. If so, good chance he'd bring his pitching coach Britni Sneed with him. He's got Baylor playing some great softball right now with a chance for a trip to the WCWS.

    I'm just hoping whoever takes the job can get the team to hit the ball consistently. Lack of offense absolutely killed the team this year. Had they been able to generate some offense to go along with the pitching this year, good chance the Tigers may have been going to the WCWS themselves. :LSU231:
     

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