Justin McLeod of Justin's World of Softball and the College Correspondent for Extra Inning Softball is reporting that Vann Stuedeman is no longer the head coach at Mississippi State.
Here is Justin's report...
Mississippi State has parted ways with head coach Vann Stuedeman, sources informed JWOS on Tuesday.
Stuedeman led the Bulldogs for eight seasons after taking the program's helm in June 2011. Her tenure included seven NCAA tournament appearances; she ends her tenure in Starkville with an overall record of 276-189.
The Bulldogs posted a record of 69-127 in SEC play under Stuedeman; the Bulldogs earned the #12 seed in the SEC tournament in 2019. The squad bested tournament host Texas A&M in the tournament's play-in game before losing to Ole Miss in the tournament's opening round.
Before taking the helm at Mississippi State, Stuedeman spent eleven seasons as the pitching coach at Alabama, helping lead the program to a trio of SEC regular-season championships and six Women's College World Series appearances. She also coached at West Alabama and Alabama-Huntsville.
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