University of Delaware Softball Head Coach Jaime Wohlbach Announces Signing of Six High School Standouts
December 20, 2011
NEWARK, Del. –University of Delaware softball head coach Jaime Wohlbach has announced the signing of six high school standouts who have signed National Letters of Intent with UD and will begin playing for the Blue Hens during the 2013 season. Kiersten Coffman, Tori Conrad, Taylor Curran, Hannah George, Gabby Klecko, and Lisa Stacevicz will enroll at Delaware in the fall and comprise the Blue Hens’ Class of 2016.
Coffman (above right), a native of Winter Springs, Fla., was a first team All-SAC Conference and Florida 6A All-State selection in both 2010 and 2011 as a pitcher at Winter Springs High School. A two-year team captain, Coffman has been named the Bright House Sports Network Player of the Year in each of the last three seasons. A two-year Principal’s Honor Roll student, Coffman led Winter Springs to the 2011 6A state finals.
Conrad (above left), a Walkersville, Md. native, was a first team All-Conference selection in each of the last two years at Walkersville High School. The team’s MVP last season, Conrad led the league in home runs while also pacing Walkersville in batting average, on base percentage and slugging percentage. Conrad also led the team in batting average during her sophomore campaign, and was selected the team’s Rookie of the Year and named second team All-Conference as a freshman.
Curran (middle right), a native of San Diego, Calif., was a first team All-League selection in 2009 and 2010 and earned League Pitcher of the Year honors both seasons at Scripps Ranch High School. A three-year starter, Curran has led Scripps Ranch to league titles in each of her first three seasons, including a ninth place ranking in the city in 2010. She was named to the All-San Diego Team as a sophomore, and was selected to the San Diego Union-Tribune Top Players to Watch List in each of the last two years.
George (middle left), a Loomis, Calif. native, has been the starting third baseman and leadoff hitter during each of her first three seasons at Del Oro High School. She has earned first team All-League accolades in all three years, and has also led the conference in stolen bases and runs scored all three seasons. George, who also was selected honorable mention All-Metro as a freshman, has led Del Oro to three consecutive league championships and a pair of division runner-up finishes.
Klecko (below right), a native of Red Bank, N.J., served as captain of the Red Bank Catholic High School team this past year. She was a first team B Division and second team All-Shore selection during each of the last two seasons. Klecko led the Shore Conference with 34 stolen bases and ranked fifth in hits during her junior campaign.
Stacevicz (below left), a native of Cedar Grove, N.J. and the sister of current Blue Hen senior Amanda Stacevicz, was named first team All-Essex County as a junior after earning second team honors her first two years. She also was selected first team All-Group 1 during her junior season, when she led Cedar Grove High School to the North Group 1 championship. Stacevicz was named first team All-Conference as a freshman and sophomore, was picked the Essex County Sophomore of the Year, and paced the squad to the 2010 Essex County Championship.
“We are looking forward to the addition of a very well-rounded and skilled class,” said Wohlbach, who is entering her second season leading the Blue Hens this spring. “This class offers us pitching depth, offensive speed and power, and a wealth of talent in the infield and outfield.”Back To Softball Home Softball Story Archive