Jackie Stickley
Jackie  Stickley

Hometown:
Riverside, CA

Position:
Head Coach


05/07/2017

LADY BRONCOS SOFTBALL ELIMINATED FROM 2017 CIAA CHAMPIONSHIPS AFTER 7-2 LOSS TO BOWIE STATE

Carley Green and Kyrin Walker earn All-Tournament Team honors

04/29/2017

FAYETTEVILLE STATE SOFTBALL CELEBRATES SENIOR DAY WITH WINS OVER ECSU AND LIVINGSTONE

Both games concluded in the fifth due to the NCAA run rule

04/03/2017

LADY BRONCOS SOFTBALL SWEEPS RIVAL WINSTON-SALEM STATE IN DIVISIONAL TWIN BILL

Maggie Smith completes a hitting cycle

03/21/2017

LADY BRONCOS SOFTBALL WILL HOST TALLADEGA FOR THE “BALL IN PINK” GAME ON MARCH 22ND

Annual breast cancer awareness initiative

02/01/2017

FAYETTEVILLE STATE SOFTBALL ANNOUNCES 2017 SCHEDULE

The defending Southern Division Champions set with a 38-game schedule

Jackie Stickley embarks on her third season as the helm of the Fayetteville State softball program. She initially joined the program in 2014 as an assistant coach. Stickley, a Riverside, CA, native, said Liz Jacoby -- one of Stickley's former coaches -- inspired her to become a coach.

Stickley led the Lady Broncos to the 2016 CIAA Southern Division regular season championship with a conference record of 13-3 and a divisional mark of 9-1. Fayetteville State closed out the 2016 season winning their last 11 regular season games, including nine consecutive victories against divisional opponents. In 2016, FSU had five Lady Broncos earn All-CIAA honors, including four First Team nods.

In her first season (2015) over the program, Stickley coached FSU to a third place spot in the division and a berth in the CIAA Softball Tournament. She also had two student-athletes selected to both the CIAA All-Rookie and All-CIAA Teams.

Stickley starred at Hastings College in Hastings, NE, where she played every position but mainly served as a catcher. She obtained degrees in Business Administration and Sport and Recreation Management from Hastings in 2013.

Since arriving at FSU, Stickley has worked with the team's pitchers and catchers, serving as a reliable voice for two positions she spent considerable time at as a student-athlete.

"My goal is to guide these student-athletes into becoming the best they can be; both as a person and an athlete, on and off the field," Stickley said.

Aside from coaching, Stickley serves as Administration Director at the Fayetteville Animal Protection Society. Stickley has one dog and lives in Fayetteville. Buddy is a six-year-old Staffordshire Bull Terrier.

Stickley's Year-By-Year Record

Year Overall Pct. CIAA Pct.
2015 16-14 .533 11-7 .611
2016 22-19 .536 13-3 .812
Total 38-33 .535 24-10 .705


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