USAO’s head coach Jadyn Wallis has hit a very special achievement. Wallis gained her 200th after a doubleheader sweep over Bacone. Wallis came into the season with a 176-87 record and has already achieved the goal of getting 24 wins on the season. Wallis had been coaching the Drovers for 5 years and had two 40 win seasons and is on her way to yet another. Wallis had led the Drovers to 2 NAIA national tournament births in 2015 and 2017. In each of her 5 seasons Wallis has a winning season. Her best season being the 2014-15 season, where her team went 43-9 on the season. Wallis has made the Drovers one of the most competitive and most viewed team in the NAIA. Wallis has been around winning for a long time, as she played softball the University of Oklahoma. While she played there her teams record was 192-60. She had 57 appearances as a Sooner and threw 110.1 innings. The Drovers will look to continue their success this season and for many to come.
USAO softball Seniors said “We’re so proud of Coach J and her accomplishments. We couldn’t ask for a better coach or mentor to lead us through our final season. We’re happy to be a part of the 200th win of her career and can’t wait to see what the rest of this season has in store for this special team. We love you, Coach J!”
Sophomore Randa Hatter said “Congratulations on your 200th career win! If it wasn’t for you I wouldn’t be here at USAO right now. I chose USAO for academics and the very special program you run here. You can feel how special you are to the program, the school and especially our team! I’m so excited to spend the next 3 years here. Looking forward to many more wins here at USAO. Thanks for everything you do Coach J!”
Freshman Emily Cerny said “Super proud of coach J on her 200th win. She is a great person and a great coach. She has believed in me since day one and I wouldn’t be where I am without her. I’m glad that I have the chance to play under her and get the chance see her make all of these accomplishments.”
Junior Dakota Clouse said “Congratulations on the 200th win to a coach who saw more in me than I ever thought I could be. Thank you for everything Coach J, we look forward to many more! Go Drovers“