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Arbec named Lindsey Wilson Softball Assistant Coach

By Christopher Coombs

Katharine Arbec has been named the assistant softball coach, head coach Callum Pilgrim announced on Wednesday.

"I am excited to join the staff at Lindsey Wilson and would like to thank Coach Pilgrim and the administration for the opportunity to be a part of the Blue Raider family," Arbec said. "I look forward to sharing my experiences as a player and coach and I am ready to help an already successful program with a bright future ahead."

Arbec is a graduate of Kentucky State University where she competed for four seasons as a member of the softball team. She graduated with a Political Science and Psychology degree with a minor in Intelligence studies.

"I am so excited to have Coach Arbec join the Blue Raider softball family as she is someone who embodies a growth mindset and is extremely passionate about the game," Pilgrim said. "Even more importantly, she's truly a great person and I know she's going to make a tremendous impact on the quality of our game, and the character of our program."

After graduation, she entered the coaching ranks as a graduate assistant within the Kentucky State program in 2020 before becoming a volunteer assistant coach for the past two seasons.

Arbec is currently pursuing her master's degree from Concordia University where she is studying Coaching and Athletic Administration.

This story was posted on 2022-08-10 17:23:43
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