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Tufts University


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CHERYL MILLIGAN
Coach Cheryl Milligan Under head coach Cheryl Milligan, the Tufts University Softball program became the first team in NCAA Division III history to win three consecutive NCAA Division III championships from 2013-2015. Prior to the three straight national titles, Milligan coached the Jumbos into the NCAA Finals in 2009 and 2012 as well. The 2012 team finished tied for fifth nationally and the 2009 squad was fourth. During these years, Tufts had remarkable records of 44-3 (.936) in 2009, 41-7 (.854) in 2012, 46-3 (.939) in 2013 and 47-4 (.922) in 2014 before last year's prefect season. Tufts' 51-0 record last year is the best in NCAA history, while 2009, 2013 and 2014 all rank among the all-time top 20 for winning perfentage. The 2013 Tufts squad was the first New England team to win the NCAA Softball Championship since Eastern Connecticut State University in 1990. Coach Milligan and her staff were recognized as the National Coaching Staff of the Year at the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) convention that year. They have won that award for both the 2014 and 2015 seasons as well. Tufts won four straight NCAA Regional/Super Regional championships and six overall during Milligan's tenture. They have also earned four consecutive New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) crowns and 10 in total. Milligan has been named NESCAC Coach of the Year four straight times and is an eight-time recipient overall. Her teams have a combined record of 406-112 for an outstanding .784 winning percentage. The Collegiate Women Sports Awards (CWSA) presented Allyson Fournier, a pitcher recruited to Tufts by Coach Milligan and her staff, with the Honda Sports Award as NCAA Division III Athlete of the Year in both 2013 and 2015. A 1995 Tufts graduate, Milligan was a four-year starter at shortstop and an assistant coach for six years. She was promoted to head coach of the Jumbos in July 2003. She played every inning of the 120 games during her Tufts softball career. Her .377 career batting average is 10th all-time, and she is eighth on the team's career runs scored list with 119. Milligan was a member of the class that vaulted the softball program into annual post-season contention.


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Cheryl Milligan
National Champion Collegiate Head Coach Head coach Cheryl Milligan's squad became the first Division III softball team to win three national titles in a row. The Tufts University Softball program has become one of the most successful Division III teams in the nation under the direction of head coach Cheryl Milligan after the completion of her 13th season. A 1995 Tufts graduate, Milligan guided the Jumbos to three-straight NCAA championship last spring and has the program enjoying an impressive run of national success. Entering the 2014 season, Milligan has coached the Jumbos into the NCAA Finals for three of the last five seasons (2009, 2012, 2013). Coach Milligan and her staff were recognized as both the New England Region and National Coaching Staff of the Year at the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) convention in December 2013. By virtue of the NCAA Finals berths, Tufts has won three NCAA Regional championships during Milligan's tenture. They have also earned five New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) crowns. Milligan was named NESCAC Coach of the Year for the second year in a row and for the sixth time of her career. er teams have a combined record of 308-108 record for an excellent .740 winning percentage. The Collegiate Women Sports Awards (CWSA) presented Allyson Fournier, a sophomore pitcher recruited to Tufts by Coach Milligan and her staff, with the Honda Sports Award as NCAA Division III Athlete of the Year. A four-year starter at shortstop and an assistant coach for six years at Tufts, Milligan was promoted to head coach of the Jumbos in July 2003. She played every inning of the 120 games during her Tufts softball career. Her .377 career batting average is fifth all-time, and she is fifth on the team's career runs scored list with 119. Milligan was a member of the class that vaulted the softball program into annual post-season contention. Cheryl Milligan Three-Time National Champion Head Coach Tufts University Read More


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Fresh off winning the 2015 NCAA Division III Softball National Championship, Tufts University sophomore Cassie Ruscz (Wolcott, Conn.) was named ECAC Player of the Year and Jumbos' Head Coach Cheryl Milligan took home ECAC Coach of the Year honors.
Joining Ruscz and Milligan is senior pitcher Allyson Fournier (South Windson, Conn.), who has been tabbed as the ECAC Pitcher of the Year while Worcester Polytechnic Institute freshman Nina Murphy-Cook (Roseville, Calif.) was selected as the Rookie of the Year. Milligan, who just completed her 12th season with the Jumbos, was selected by her peers as the NESCAC Coach of the Year for the fourth straight season and the eighth time overall. In 2015, she led the Jumbos to a perfect 53-0 season and their third consecutive NCAA Division III Softball National Championship. Under Milligan's guidance, Tufts racked up 30 shutouts, recorded a perfect 12-0 conference record, and finished the season with a team batting average of .341. Milligan recorded her 400th career victory following a 10-0 win over Colby on April 25 and now has 416 career wins to her name. Milligan currently ranks in the top ten among active and all-time Division III coaches. ECAC Coach of the Year: Cheryl Milligan, Tufts University


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Head Coach, Cheryl Milligan and her staff look forward to sharing what it takes to be a National Champion at this summer's NIKE Softball Camp at Tufts University.
Tufts University softball head coach Cheryl Milligan and her staff were named as both the New England Region and National Coaching Staff of the Year at the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) convention. Coach Milligan, assistant coach Melissa Myers and assistant coach Jodie Moreau guided the Jumbos to the 2013 NCAA Division III Softball Championship and were honored at the convention during a brunch on Saturday (Dec. 7). Milligan was named NESCAC Coach of the Year for the second year in a row and for the sixth time of her career. Meet your coaching staff Camp Director Cheryl Milligan The Tufts University Softball program is one of the best in New England under the direction of head coach Cheryl Milligan, now in her ninth season with the Jumbos. A 1995 Tufts graduate, Milligan has guided the Jumbos to three New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) titles and three NCAA Tournament berths. Her teams have a combined record of 221-98 for an excellent .693 winning percentage. In 2009, Milligan was voted by her peers as the conference's Coach of the Year for the third straight year and for the fourth time in five years. In addition to being voted the conference's coach of the year, Milligan was also awarded New England Coach of the Year from the ECAC for 2009. Six Jumbos have earned All-American honors during Milligan's tenure. She has also coached six NESCAC Players of the Year. Her 2005 Tufts team led the nation in home runs per game with a 1.20 average, currently the 13th-best single-season mark NCAA Div. III history. A four-year starter at shortstop and an assistant coach for six years at Tufts, Milligan was promoted to head coach of the Jumbos in July 2003. She played every inning of the 120 games during her Tufts softball career. Her .377 career batting average is fifth all-time, and she is fifth on the team's career runs scored list with 119. Milligan was a member of the class that vaulted the softball program into annual post-season contention. http://www.ussportscamps.com/images/made/assets/camps/softball/SBGRMA/logo_Tufts_91_100.jpg Cheryl Milligan, Camp Director Steve Tisch Sports and Fitness Center


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Head Coach Cheryl Milligan, Tufts '95, '99
The Tufts University Softball program is one of the best in New England under the direction of head coach Cheryl Milligan, now in her ninth season with the Jumbos. A 1995 Tufts graduate, Milligan has guided the Jumbos to three New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) titles and three NCAA Tournament berths. Her teams have a combined record of 221-98 for an excellent .693 winning percentage. In 2009, Milligan was voted by her peers as the conference's Coach of the Year for the third straight year and for the fourth time in five years. In addition to being voted the conference's coach of the year, Milligan was also awarded New England Coach of the Year from the ECAC for 2009. Six Jumbos have earned All-American honors during Milligan's tenure. She has also coached six NESCAC Players of the Year. Her 2005 Tufts team led the nation in home runs per game with a 1.20 average, currently the 13th-best single-season mark NCAA Div. III history. A four-year starter at shortstop and an assistant coach for six years at Tufts, Milligan was promoted to head coach of the Jumbos in July 2003. She played every inning of the 120 games during her Tufts softball career. Her .377 career batting average is fifth all-time, and she is fifth on the team's career runs scored list with 119. Milligan was a member of the class that vaulted the softball program into annual post-season contention. The 1995 team hosted and won the ECAC North Championship, finishing 31 wins. Camp Questions If you have any questions about Tufts Softball Camps, please contact Head Coach Cheryl Milligan


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