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FIU hires new softball coach

FIU announced the hiring of Jake Schumann to head to it's softball program on Friday. Formerly of Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, Schumann brings a 120-104 career record to the Golden Panthers.

“First, I want to thank Pete Garcia and Julie Berg for this opportunity,” Schumann said in a statement released by FIU. “I’m very excited to continue to develop the program that Coach [Beth] Torina has built, and I feel as if I’m in a position to have success immediately. I’m very excited to be in South Florida and I’m looking forward to a new season of Panther softball.”


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Welcome to FIU coach. You inhherit one good team!

Did any FIU players sign free agent contracts?

P.S. Please take down the picture of Rick Sanchez. The FIU community hates the hire, we are sick at looking at his stupid smile. The guy is a scumbag

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