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Kristin Delahoussaye

 
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Kristin Delahoussaye joined Weber State softball as an assistant coach in summer of 2017. This will be her second season as a Wildcat.

Delahoussaye comes to Weber State after coaching at Brigham Young University for four seasons, helping lead the Cougars to four straight West Coast Conference championships and to four straight NCAA Regionals appearances. BYU finished the 2017 season ranked No. 21 nationally with a 46-13 record, advancing to the Utah Regional final against host Utah.

At BYU, her primary responsibility was working with the Cougars’ outfielders, and the team never had a fielding percentage below .955.

She coached three All-Americans, 11 NFCA All-Region players, five conference Players of the Year, three conference Freshmen of the Year, and two conference Defensive Players of the Year.

Prior to becoming an assistant at BYU, Delahoussaye spent a season at Dixie State in 2013 as an assistant softball coach and strength coordinator for the Trailblazers.

Delahoussaye was a four-year starter at second base for the Cougars from 2008-2011, earning First Team All-Conference and All-Region honors three times. She finished her career ranked in the top 10 in 11 different career categories for the Cougars.

Originally from Las Vegas, Nev., Delahoussaye graduated from BYU in 2012 with a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise and Wellness.