Get to know Coach Harris
Jessica Harris begins her first season as the Indiana Tech Head Softball Coach after spending last season as the Head Softball/Volleyball coach at NCAA Division I Alcorn State University.
Last season Harris led the Lady Braves to the conference tournament, had a pitcher named SWAC pitcher of the week and Second-Team All-Conference with five others being named to the All-Academic Team.
Prior to her time at ACU, Harris spent two seasons as the Head Softball Coach at Spelman College. While at Spelman, her teams earned the highest tem GPA award with an average of 3.4 in her first season and 3.5 in her second. She began her coaching career as a student assistant coach at Miles College in 2009, under the direction of Patrick Peasant.
After beginning her career at Bishop State Community College, Harris finished her collegiate career at Miles College where she led her team to back-to-back conference titles in 2007 and 2008. She also received numerous academic awards, maintaining a 3.92 GPA. Harris received her Master’s Degree in Teaching with a concentration in Technology and a second Master’s Degree in Special Education in 2010.
Harris is the mother of one son, Jayden (3). She is also a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. She was born in San Diego, California before moving to Marietta, Ga where she graduated from Osborne High School in 2004.
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Sarah Cutright begins her first season as a graduate assistant coach for the Warriors after competing at Guilford for four years.
Cutright, a two-year softball captain, was a four-year starter and enjoyed her finest season in 2013. She ranked among the top-12 NCAA Division III leaders in batting average and on-base percentage through games of April 14. Cutright finished with a career-high .438 batting average, the third-highest in school history. She led the 2013 Quakers in home runs (6), doubles (11), RBI (31) and walks (11).
The catcher/first baseman concluded her career ranked third among Guilford’s career leaders in fielding percentage (.965), home runs (13), and putouts (538). A 2012 All-Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) pick, she also stands among the Quakers’ all-time best in on-base percentage (.421, 4th), walks (38, 5th), runs (95, 5th), hits (148, 5th) and RBI (90, 6th).
Cutright graduated from Guilford in 2013 with a degree in computing and information technology. She is currently collecting prerequisites to pursue a master's degree in Athletics Training.