Amy Sadowl begins her first year as pitching coach at UMBC. She returns to the Retrievers while finishing her undergraduate degree after spending last summer and part of the fall pitching professionally for a team in the
Sadowl finished her collegiate career second all-time in UMBC history in wins (43), innings pitched (489), games started (77), appearances (102) and saves (4); fourth in complete games (43); fifth in strikeouts (212); sixth in winning percentage (.606); and 10th in ERA (2.82). She also posted the second-most wins ever in a season by a Retriever pitcher with 18 as a freshman in 2003.
“Amy was a role model student-athlete for years and had an incredible career,” French said. “She is one of the craftiest pitchers in UMBC history and has a variety of pitches. She will do an outstanding job as our pitching coach.”
An American studies major, Sadowl plans to graduate from UMBC in May 2007. She is a native of