Posts With Keyword ‘Alicia O’Brien’

Central’s O’Brien Named Division III Assistant Coach of the Year

Posted: Tuesday, September 13th, 2016 at 5:54 am

The National Fastpitch Coaches Association has named Central College associate head softball coach Alicia O’Brien the division three assistant coach of the year.

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Massachusetts D3 League to Recognize Coach O’Brien

Posted: Tuesday, October 21st, 2014 at 5:50 am

Associate athletics director and associate head softball coach at Central, Alicia O’Brien, was selected to be inducted into the Little East Conference Hall of Fame on October 26 in North Dartmouth, Massachusetts.

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O’Brien Receives Honor Away From Central

Posted: Tuesday, October 22nd, 2013 at 5:56 am

Assistant softball coach and associate athletics director at Central College, Alicia O’Brien was inducted into the Western Connecticut State University Athletic Hall of Fame on Friday in Danbury, Connecticut.

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Van Kley, O’Brien Officially Assume Leadership Roles for Central Athletic Program

Posted: Tuesday, July 3rd, 2012 at 5:56 am

A pair of highly successful coaches are taking on new leadership roles in the Central College athletics department.

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Central’s O’Brien Honored for 500 Wins

Posted: Friday, December 18th, 2009 at 6:31 am

Central College associate Head Softball Coach Alicia O’Brien was recently honored by passing 500 career victories in her career. O’Brien was recognized at the National Fastpitch Coaches Association convention in Nashville, Tennessee, and received the Easton Victory Club award earlier this month.

Coach O’Brien compiled a 423-213-3 record in 17 seasons as a head coach at Western Connecticut State University before joining her husband, Central College Head Softball Coach George Wares, on the Dutch coaching staff three years ago. Since then, O’Brien has helped lead Central to an 87-37 mark, giving her a 510-250-3 overall career record.

Last spring, Coaches Wares and O’Brien guided the Dutch to the program’s 10th Iowa Conference title and their 21st appearance in the NCAA tournament.