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Rhonda Revelle – 2016

  • Rhonda Revelle began coaching her alma mater in 1993 on a mission to re-establish the Huskers as a national power.
  • Revelle is now in her 25th season as head coach at the University of Nebraska, has won more games than any other coach – male or female – in the history of Nebraska athletics (874-464 record entering 2016).
  • The numbers speak for themselves: 878 wins; 19 NCAA Tournament berths; 14 top-20 national finishes; eight top-10 finishes; eight coach-of-the-year awards; seven conference titles; and three trips to the Women’s College World Series.
  • Revelle is one of the sport's elite coaches, and the National Fastpitch Coaches Association agreed in 2010, when Revelle was inducted into the NFCA Hall of Fame.
  • Revelle has coached 19 All-Americans at Nebraska
  • Softball was last included in the Olympic Games in 2008. That season, two of Revelle's former Huskers competed for Team Canada, helping the Canadians to a fourth-place finish. Revelle was one of only five college coaches to have multiple former players compete in the 2008 Olympics.
  • Seven of Revelle's former players have gone on to successful careers in the National Pro Fastpitch League. The NPF held its lone All-Star Game in 2005, and three former Huskers were selected to participate in the game. Four of Revelle's former players have won NPF championships, including two-time All-America twins Tatum and Taylor Edwards in 2015.
  • Rhonda’s ability to manage her staff while allowing that staff the freedom to use their own expertise is extremely valuable to our Pitching summit audience, as is her ability as a former pitcher to call pitches without being the pitching coach.
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