Ohio records 18 hits in two victories over visiting Wright State
Alyssa Wolfe joined the Ohio coaching staff in August of 2014 following a successful playing career as a walk-on Bobcat between 2011 and 2014. Wolfe played as an outfielder during her time as an athlete for Ohio and earned Academic All-MAC honors along with MAC East Player of the Week. Wolfe made a game-winning catch in a Mid-American Conference Tournament elimination game against rival Miami in 2013. She was hit by 13 pitches on the year, ranking second on the team and 64th in the NCAA and was tied for a team high with 12-13 successful base stealing attempts.
Wolfe earned her Bachelor of Science in Education last May at Ohio and was able to maintain a 4.0 cumulative GPA. She also went on to pursue her Master of Science in Recreation and Sport Sciences and is expected to finish in August 2015.
Wolfe primarily works with offensive and defensive practices in small groups and individually. She collaborates and maintains alumni relations along with focusing on mental game approaches and conditioning.