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CLASH OF THE (FORMER) TITANS... TAKE ...
CLASH OF THE (FORMER) TITANS... TAKE TWO: Former Titans-turned-head coaches Michelle Gromacki and Kathy Van Wyk will clash from the dugouts for the second time this year on Wednesday night, with Van Wyk holding an 9-6 advantage in the all-time head-to-head battle as head coaches.
Gromacki was a three-year letterwinner for the Titans from 1985-87 and was the starting catcher on the school's 1986 NCAA National Championship team.
Michelle Gromacki, who achieved ...
Michelle Gromacki, who achieved a 424-302-1 (.583) record in her 13 seasons directing the program, will not be returning for the 2012-2013 season.
"I want to thank Coach Gromacki for her service to the University," said Silas Abrego, Interim Vice President for Student Affairs.
MILESTONE ACHIEVED: With the Titans' 11-4 ...
MILESTONE ACHIEVED: With the Titans' 11-4 win in game two of their series against UC Davis on April 22, Cal State Fullerton Head Coach Michelle Gromacki became just the fourth coach in history of the Big West Conference to win 400 career games.
With the win, Gromacki, who enters this weekend's crucial series against Pacific with a career mark of 401-265-1 (.602), joined Long Beach State's Pete Manarino (791), Cal State Fullerton's Judi Garman (581), and her counterpart in the opposite dugout this weekend, Pacific's Brian Kolze (573 as of April 18) on the exclusive list.
Last season, Gromacki
became only the fourth head coach in the history of the league to win at least 350 games overall and 150 conference contests in a career.
LUCKY CHARM?: Freshman Jena Rubio has been used mainly as Head Coach Michelle Gromacki's first option off the bench when a pinch runner is needed and that has been a good thing for the Titans in 2011.
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Gromacki, Nelson will have their numbers retired at alumni game
Michelle Gromacki and Debbie Nelson
The Antioch softball program is holding its first alumni game in at least six years today, during which the jerseys of two of the best softball players ever to come out of Antioch will be retired: Michelle Gromacki
and Debbie Nelson.
"Both (Gromacki) and (Nelson) had good college careers and both continue to be involved in the softball and baseball community."
and Nelson played at the school in the early 1980's, and both went on to have successful playing and coaching careers in college softball.
is currently in the middle of the Big West Conference race in her
eighth season as the women's softball coach at Cal State Fullerton
, where she
also played her
As a catcher, Gromacki helped lead the Titans to a combined 170-19-1 overall record from 1985-87 while helping Fullerton claim the 1986 NCAA national championship.
"I had a little exciting feeling," Gromacki
said when she
high school jersey would be retired.
"It's an honor, because it's recognition.
Someone is recognizing you for doing something well."
also was selected as a member of several U.S. National Teams which claimed gold medals at the South Pacific Classic Tournament, the World Championships in Canada, and the Pam Am Qualifier in Guatemala.
was a participant in the Olympic Sports Festival in St. Louis as both a player and assistant coach.
family, who still lives in Antioch, will be in attendance to see her
Gromacki wore No. 00 and played catcher, and Nelson wore No. 12 and roamed center field.
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