2018 Softball
Record: 0-0 Home: 0-0 Away: 0-0 AAC: 0-0
 
 
 
2018 Softball Coaches
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Jennifer Perkins Tyler
Head Coach - 7th Season
Alma Mater: Trevecca Nazarene University

Tyler begins her seventh season as Point University’s head softball coach in 2018.  The 2017 squad won a school-record 31 games and lost 22 and went 12-8 in Appalachian Athletics Conference action, and Point's 2016 team posted a 28-27 overall record and tied for sixth place in the AAC regular-season standings with a 9-11 record.  Her career coaching record is 136-165 through her first six seasons at Point.

 

Before Point, she served as head junior varsity softball coach for Lee University (2010-11).  She also served as assistant softball coach at Lee University (2009-11) where she helped guide the Flames to a 122-35 record over three seasons. While at Lee University she earned her master’s degree in the art of teaching.

 

Prior to her stint at Lee University, she worked as an assistant coach at Donelson Christian Academy (2008) in Nashville, Tenn.

 

Tyler, a 2007 graduate of Trevecca Nazarene University, earned her Bachelor’s degree in Biology.  Also a four-year letter-winner for the softball program, she owns the career and single-season home run record (23) for TNU.  She helped her team to its first two NAIA National Tournament appearances (2006, 2007) where it finished number five in the nation both years. 

 

As a prolific power hitter, she earned NAIA All-Region First-Team and NFCSA All-Region First-Team (2006, 2007), TranSouth All-Conference First-Team (2006, 2007), NFCA and NAIA First-Team All-American (2007). For her impact on the diamond, Tyler was inducted into the Trevecca Nazarene University Hall of Fame as a student-athlete in 2012.

 

Tyler is married to John Tyler, Point University’s head baseball coach.

 
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Sarah Warren
Assistant Coach - 7th Season
Alma Mater: Univ. of Tennessee-Chattanooga

Warren begins her seventh season as assistant coach for the Point softball program in 2018.  Before Point, Warren served as head softball coach and Life Science teacher at her high school alma mater, Boyd-Buchanan in Chattanooga, Tenn.  During that time she also worked as a pitching instructor at Fury Fastpitch Academy.

 

A 2009 graduate of the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga with a Bachelor’s in Middle Grades Math and Science Education, Warren enjoyed a successful playing career at Lee University (Tenn.) and Chattanooga State (Tenn.).

 

Pitching for Lee, she guided the Flames to a Southern States Conference Championship in 2007 and a runner-up finish in 2008.  Her teams finished in the top 10 in the nation both yearsand posted a combined 75-30 record.  Warren’s performance in the circle helped her be recognized for many conference awards while with the Flames.

 

Warren began her career with Chattanooga State where she was a part of a 100-23 record through two years in the program.  While at CSCC, her team was ranked in the top 10 nationally. Her play vaulted the Tigers to successive conference and regional championships, while finishing number three and number six in the NJCAA National Tournament.  She finished up both years as an Academic All-American selection.

 

 
 
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