Coach Katie Zuman started June 16th Head Softball Coach and Sports Information Director. Zuman brings a historic pedigree to the softball program. She was previously the Head Softball Coach at Mount Ida College, having taken over the program in 2008.
In her tenure as Head Coach, the Mustangs amassed a record of 137-253. Zuman has directed 15 different players to GNAC all-conference honors along with a berth into their first ever trip to the GNAC post-season tournament in 2010 and return trips to the playoffs in 2015 and 2016. She has coached 35 NFCA Scholar Athletes.
A 2001 Wheaton College graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology, Zuman played shortstop and centerfield for the Lyons. As a captain in her senior year, she helped lead her team to an impressive 45-9 record along with a 3rd place finish in the Division III College World Series. She was a two-time Regional All-American, the New 8 Rookie of the Year, NEWMAC All Conference, NEISCA All-Star and an ECAC All-Star. She is also in the top ten in the Wheaton softball record book for runs scored (138), hits (189), doubles (34), triples (9), and stolen bases (44).