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Rebecca Moran
Position: Volunteer Assistant Coach
Experience: 1st Year
Email: 2013BSUSoftball@bsu.edu
Rebecca Moran Bio
Courtesy: Ball State Athletics
Release: 09/20/2013

   Rebecca Moran joins the Ball State staff after spending the past two seasons as the graduate assistant coach at Belhaven University. Moran, who also played her final two seasons of collegiate softball for the Belhaven Blazers, helped coach the team to a 38-14 overall record, a berth in the NAIA National Championships and a final ranking of 13th in the NAIA Top 25 Coaches’ Poll last season.

   “I am pleased Rebecca has chosen to volunteer with us this year,” Perry said. “She has been very successful at the NAIA level and will be a great asset in all areas of the game. Rebecca is a person of character and a hard worker. She will without a doubt have a tremendous impact on our program this season.”

   As the team’s pitching coach last season, Moran helped Belhaven’s staff post a combined 2.01 ERA in the circle, with Katy Adair posting a 15-7 record and 1.95 ERA and Jessica Paris tallying a 14-3 record and 2.02 ERA.

   As a pitcher for the Blazers from 2010-11, Moran posted a combined 25-7 record in the circle and helped guide the program to its first two berths in the NAIA National Championship Tournament. Belhaven finished sixth at the 2010 NAIA National Championships, while taking home third-place honors in 2011. Moran also helped the Blazers capture the 2010 Gulf Coast Athletic Conference regular season title.

   Prior to playing at Belhaven, Moran was a two-year letterwinner at Copiah-Lincoln Community College (2008-09), where she posted a 29-9 overall record and was named to the 2009 MACJC All-State First Team and the 2009 NJCAA Region 23 All-Region Team. She also led the Wolfpack to a pair of MACJA Southern Division and State Championships (2008-09), a 2008 NJCAA Region 23 Championship and a second-place finish at the 2008 NJCAA National Championship Tournament.

   In addition to her collegiate playing career, Moran competed internationally for American International Sports Tours. She helped guide her team to a third-place finish in a tournament held in Prague, Czech Republic, including pitching against the Czech National Team, the United States National Team and the Austrian National Team.

   Moran, whose madian name is Rousseau, is married to Marq Moran. The couple have one son, Aiden.