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2018 Softball Coaches
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Marie Stone
Head Coach - 1st Season
Alma Mater: Texas Wesleyan University
Phone: 903-334-6759
Marie Stone comes to A&M-Texarkana from Murray State College in Tishomingo, Oklahoma. While at Murray State she was the head coach of the Lady Aggies from 2013-2016.
 
In the 2016 season, the Lady Aggies set single-season team records for total runs scored (218), home runs (26), stolen bases (45), hits (384), and highest batting average (.325).
 
Under the leadership of Coach Stone, the Lady Aggies won NJCAA Regionals in each of the last three seasons. During the 2015 season, the team received numerous honors and was ranked 17th nationally by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) for team grade-point average.
 
Prior to joining the Murray State coaching staff, Coach Stone spent three years at NCAA Division II program, Western Oregon University. In addition to her responsibilities as recruiting coordinator and assistant softball coach, she spent five months as interim head coach.
 
In 2010, Coach Stone started the softball program at Our Lady of the Lake University, a member of the Red River Athletics Conference in San Antonio, Texas. In her one season at the helm of the program, Stone guided the Saints to a 30-16 record and a second place finish in the Red River Athletic Conference (22-6). She led four student-athletes to all-conference honors and earned the Red River Athletic Conference Coach of the Year. The Saints led the RRAC in batting average (.335), slugging percentage (.484) and home runs (42). The team was also nationally ranked in runs scored (10th), hits (11th) home runs (13th), batting average (23rd) and slugging percentage (23rd).
 
Coach Stone previously served as an assistant coach at Reinhardt University (NAIA) in Atlanta, Georgia, and Hill College (NJCAA) in Hillsboro, Texas. 
 
Marie Stone played at Texas Wesleyan University from 2004-2006, where she earned First Team All-Region honors in 2006, Red River Conference Co-Player of the Year in 2006 and Red River Conference First Team All-Conference in 2005. She still holds the Texas Wesleyan school records with strikeouts in a game (14) and total bases in a game (11).
 
Marie Stone is a native of Pittsburg, Texas. She earned her bachelor's degree in Exercise Science at Texas Wesleyan University and received her master's degree two years later in Sports Administration from Texas Women's University.
 
 
 
 
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