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Roni Weatherby
Roni  Weatherby

Vallejo, Calif.

Last College:
Cal Poly

Associate Head Coach


Roni Weatherby recently completed her fourth season on the Gaels coaching staff in 2016-17. She will enter her fifth year as assistant coach in 2017-18.

Weatherby returned to the Gaels as an assistant in 2013 after spending the 2012 season as head coach at Dominican University.

In her first stint at Saint Mary's, Weatherby helped the Gaels to a 11-9 record in Pacific Coast Softball Conference play in 2011.

Prior to coaching at Saint Mary's, Weatherby spent four years at Cal State Northridge, three as an Assistant and one as the Associate Coach. In her first three seasons with CSUN she supervised the infield and the defense, as the Matador defense posted an average fielding percentage of .966 and finished among the top fielding teams in the Big West Conference and Division I. In her fourth season at Northridge as the Associate Coach, Weatherby led the team to a Big West Co-Championship.

Prior to joining the Northridge staff in 2007, Weatherby spent two seasons as Assistant Coach at her alma mater, Cal Poly. In her two seasons as an assistant with the Mustangs, Weatherby helped the Mustangs to a 35-16 record and a second place finish in the Big West in 2005 and a 27-23 mark and third place finish in 2006.

Weatherby had a successful four-year career at Cal Poly, hitting .298 with 203 hits in 682 at-bats. The 203 hits placed her first all-time on the Cal Poly career hits list.

During her sophomore season, Weatherby was given All-Big West Conference second team honors, followed up by honorable mention honors as a junior after recording a .203 average.

A successful senior campaign earned Weatherby first-team All-Big West and first-team All-West Region accolades. She led the club with a .373 average, three homeruns, and 26 runs batted in.

Weatherby, a native of Vallejo, Calif., graduated from Cal Poly in 2004 with a bachelor's degree in recreation administration.

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