Ashley Nipper named Head Softball Coach at Bonnabel High School
KENNER – Bonnabel High School is excited to announce that Ashley Nipper has been named the new head coach of the school’s softball program. Nipper brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the position, making her the ideal candidate to ignite the program.
Nipper, who prepped at White Oak High School in White Oak, Texas, was a standout softball player before moving on to pitch collegiately at Bossier Parish Community College for two years. She then went on to pitch her final two seasons at Texas A&M-Texarkana, where she won multiple Pitcher of the Week awards and had a successful college career.
“I am honored to have been entrusted with this opportunity to lead our softball program and build a culture of success. While I know the road ahead will be a tough one, I’m incredibly excited to tackle this challenge head-on and see all the hard work pay off in the end. We may face obstacles along the way, but with dedication and perseverance, I’m confident that we will build a successful program and make our school community proud.”
“We are thrilled to have Ashley join our team as the new head coach of our softball program,” said Bonnabel High School Athletic Director, [Micah Hagans]. “Her passion for the sport, combined with her extensive experience playing at the college level, makes her the perfect fit for the job.”
Under her leadership, we are confident that the program will see a resurgence in success, and we look forward to seeing what Ashley and her team can achieve in the coming seasons.
About Bonnabel High School
Bonnabel High School is a public high school in Kenner, Louisiana. With a student population of over 2,400. Bonnabel High School offers a comprehensive academic and athletic program to students in the Jefferson Parish Public School System.
For more information, please contact:
Micah Hagans, Athletic Director
[Bonnabel High Athletics]
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