Softball Coach Hired

Tori Means Joins the YC Coaching Staff

Tori Means

York College athletic director Jared Stark announced Tuesday the hiring of new head women’s softball coach Ms. Tori Means, effective July 1. Means is an alumnus of Greater Atlanta Christian High School where she competed in softball, basketball and tennis and comes from a fervent sports family.  After a successful high school career Means went on to compete in collegiate softball for Faulkner University in Montgomery, Alabama, under Coach Hal Wynn.

“I believe God has led our search in hiring Tori,” said Stark. “She has the unique skills to lead our women’s softball program, and her top priority is leading the girls spiritually closer to Christ. She will focus on developing student athletes who will represent York College in a positive way both on and off the field.

Coach Means earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education at Faulkner, and as a student was involved in recruiting in the Admissions Department. Stark commented,  “This experience will give her a valuable advantage in recruiting specifically for her own program.”

Currently Means is working with the youth program at the Campus Church of Christ in Norcross, Georgia.

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