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The Dean College Athletic Department is excited to announce
that Stacia Saniuk-Gove has been named the new Head Softball Coach. She takes over for John Jackson, who retired
from coaching to concentrate on his duties as athletic director.
Saniuk-Gove is no stranger to the area, as she played her
high school softball at Sharon High School, where she was a three-time
all-Hockomock league selection at catcher, garnering the league MVP title in
2005. She then moved on to Bates College,
where she started all 113 games during her star-studded career. She was an All-NESCAC selection all four
years, earning team MVP honors her junior and senior year, as well as being
named team captain both years.
Coach Saniuk-Gove also played for six years for the Mass
Drifters, a highly successful showcase program in the New England area. Her latest coaching stint was at Bates
College, where she was an assistant coach.
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2013 Team MVP and 1st team all-region selection
at shortstop, Arianna lead the team in runs, hits and stolen bases. She
will be relied on to the carry the offense in 2014.