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Natalie Poole

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With 356 career victories stretching over 12 years as a head coach, Poole prepares to enter her third campaign in charge of the Memphis program.

During her second campaign at Memphis in 2013, Poole led the Tigers to 24 victories and an 8-16 mark in Conference USA action. Two of her players, senior outfielder Lelani Bernardino and freshman outfielder Hannah Harrell were each named all-conference for their efforts.

Poole became the U of M's softball program's second head coach in 2012 after spending three seasons leading the way at McNeese State. She guided the Cowgirls to three-straight 30-win seasons, including a school-record 38 wins in 2010. Poole guided McNeese State to two Southland Conference (SLC) tournament championship games, winning the title in 2010 and advancing to NCAA Regionals. A former standout catcher for McNeese State as a player, Poole compiled a 100-84 overall coaching record during the three years and went 55-35 in conference play.

Prior to returning to her alma mater, Poole served as the head coach for seven seasons at Georgia Southern, where she compiled a 212-215 career record. The Eagles went 71-53 in the Southern Conference under her tutelage and earned a trip to the NCAA tournament in 2006. She was named the SoCon Coach of the Year in 2002, her first year as a head coach.

During her time at Georgia Southern, the Eagles had just one losing conference season and finished outside the top-four only once. The program set more than 15 single-season records with four of the top six all-time home run seasons occuring under her tenure.

As a college athlete, Poole was a standout catcher for McNeese State from 1994-97. She was a three-time All-Southland Conference pick (1995-97) and a two-time All-South Region selection (1996-97). Poole also earned All-Louisiana honors in 1996. As a freshman, she helped the Cowgirls to a Southland Conference title and the school's first NCAA tournament appearance. Poole was named McNeese State's Most Valuable Player her senior year and concluded her playing career with a .296 batting average.

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