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Wayne Miller Named Assistant Softball Coach at UMBC
Baltimore-UMBC head softball coach Joe French announced recently that Wayne Miller has been hired as the new assistant coach. In addition, former Retriever pitcher Amy Sadowl will remain with the team as undergraduate pitching coach.
Miller has coached with the Maryland Chill Fast Pitch program since 2001. Prior to that, he served as a little league baseball coach for several years.
Miller played football at
With the Retrievers, Miller will primarily serve as catching instructor and work with the team’s defense.
Miller lives in
Sadowl recently returned to 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.”
An American studies major, Sadowl plans to graduate from UMBC in May 2007.