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Catch Me If You Can Softball at La Salle University


Brooke Darreff • Head Coach

Brooke Darreff, a former Atlantic 10 Player of the Year who served on the coaching staff at her alma mater Saint Joseph's University for five seasons, begins her first season as head coach at La Salle in 2017-18. On the field, she has coached the hitters, infielders, outfielders and catchers while at SJU, and helped guide the Hawks to five straight Atlantic 10 Championship appearances, including a pair of runs to the title game in 2013 and 2016. As a player, Darreff enjoyed a decorated career with the Hawks, earning all-conference honors on three occasions. As a sophomore, she garnered A-10 Player of the Year accolades, hitting a league-best and program record .461 and compiling an outstanding .536 on-base percentage. She is one of just seven players in program history to amass 100 hits and 100 RBIs, and her 114 career runs batted in rank fifth all-time.

Karlyn Buker • Assistant Coach

Karlyn Buker joins the La Salle softball program to work with the pitching staff after spending the previous two seasons as an assistant coach at Mount St. Mary’s, where she helped the Mountaineers from an 11-win season the year before her arrival to 20 wins in 2017. Buker spent the 2015 season at The College of New Jersey, where she helped lower the staff ERA from 3.38 in 2014 to 2.18 in 2015. She also helped the Lions win 20 games that year after a 10-win season in 2014. As a player, Buker helped Tampa to a pair of Sunshine State Conference Championships and four NCAA Division II Regional appearances.  The Spartans compiled a 142-35 record during her career.

Jordan Seneca • Graduate Assistant Coach

Jordan Seneca enters her first year as an assistant coach with the La Salle softball program in 2018-19. A four-year letter winner at Saint Francis, Seneca helped the Red Flash win back-to-back NEC Championships in 2017 and 2018. During that span, the team was a perfect 38-0 in conference play. Over the course of her career, the former shortstop accumulated 48 homeruns, which sits as the SFU and NEC record. Seneca also holds school records in runs (181), walks (154) and steals (56), while finishing second for RBIs (156). No stranger to accolades, Seneca was a two-time NFCA All-Region Third Team selection, while also accumulating three All-NEC Team selections throughout her career. She completed her bachelor’s degree in exercise physiology, with a concentration in fitness professionals in July of 2018 and will begin to pursue her MBA at La Salle.

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