BVU Athletics

Jennifer Radley

Jennifer Radley

Assistant Softball Coach

1st year at BVU
Lage 14

Jennifer Radley begins her first season as the program's assistant softball coach in the spring of 2014 following a stand-out playing career at both the high school and collegiate levels.

Radley, a 2011 graduate of Wayne State College, comes to BVU after having served two years with the Wildcats as a graduate assistant coach while working on her master's degree.  She was a four-year starter, primarily at first base, for the program from 2008-2011 and left as its all-time record holder in home runs, including a single-season record of 16 during her senior campaign.

She was a three-time First Team All-NSIC player and was named the league's Rookie of the Year in 2008 after hitting what was then a school-record 11 home runs and driving in 39 runs.  For he career, she totaled 39 home runs and 149 RBI.  As a senior, she led the team in nearly all offensive categories, including a career-best .382 average and a .771 slugging percentage.

She graduated with a degree in psychology.

Before stepping foot on the college diamond, Radley was a four-year starter at Des Moines East High School and was a key part of a Class 4-A State Championship in 2006.

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