On Wednesday evening, September 6, Carnegie Mellon University head softball coach Monica Harrison threw out the first pitch at PNC Park prior to the Pirates game. Harrison was named the first head softball coach in school history in June, as the team will begin varsity play in the spring of 2019. Softball became the 19th varsity sport at Carnegie Mellon, and second intercollegiate program added in the past four years.
Carnegie Mellon University head softball coach Monica Harrison will be hosting a prospect camp on Sunday, October 15. Harrison was hired in June as the first softball coach in department history with the Tartans set to begin varsity competition in spring 2019.
Monica Harrison has been named the first head softball coach in Carnegie Mellon University history. The hire comes following the announcement in late March that Carnegie Mellon will be adding softball as an intercollegiate sport, beginning with the 2019 spring season.
Softball is coming to Carnegie Mellon University. The university has announced its intention to add softball as an intercollegiate sport, beginning with the 2019 spring season. Like Carnegie Mellon’s other intercollegiate programs, softball will compete in the University Athletic Association.