Softball

2020 Softball roster

NumberNameHeightBat / ThrowPositionHigh School
2Jessica Bohm6’0”R/RP/UTLSt. Clair
3Jessica Wilson5’1”R/ROFMarysville
4Aubree Smith5’8”R/ROFCapac
7Ann-Marie Hicks5’8”R/RC/INFBeaverton
8Olivia Young5’5”R/RP/INFSt. Clair
9Jolene Kruskie5’0”R/RINFMarysville
10Haley Matthews5’7”R/RC/INFCroswell-Lexington
11Kayle Cole5’4”R/ROFSt. Clair
12Evelyn Swantek5’8”R/RC/INFRichmond
14Alyssa Wutka5’11”R/RUTLDakota
16Lydia Hiller5’5”R/ROFSt. Clair
19Breanna Mason5’4”R/RP/UTLYale
22Alexis Hill5’6”R/RP/INFArmada
25Sydney Clymer5’3”R/RC/INFEaton Rapids

Head Coach: Ron Matthews
Assistant coaches: Bud Winans, Sarah Hall
Statistician/videographer: Harold Tramski
Athletic trainers: John Brady and Kim Hartman
College President: Dr. Deborah Snyder
Athletic Director: Dale R. Vos

Head Coach: Ron Matthews

Hometown: Croswell

Residence: Croswell

Education: 1970 Croswell-Lexington graduate; attended SC4

Accomplishments: Nine years coaching SC4 softball; coached varsity softball at Cros-Lex for 14 seasons; coached junior varsity football at Cros-Lex for three seasons; retired from Sanilac County Sheriff Department

FAMILY: Wife, Patti; two children, Stephanie and Steve

Assistant Coach: Bud Winans

Hometown: Mackinaw City, MI

Residence: Richmond

Education: Mackinaw City High School , University of Alaska, Career College Of the Air Force, Naval School of Health Sciences San Diego, CA

Accomplishments: Clinical Manager Blue Water Eye Care; Retired United States Air Force; Awards and Decorations from USAF, Member of USAF Softball three years; Armada High School basketball and softball coach for more than 10 years, including conference and district and regional titles; overall record in softball 154-60-2 in six seasons as varsity softball coach; coached the Michigan Bulldogs travel softball team for four years

Family: Daughter Alicia Kinch OD and son-in-law Logan Kinch MD 

Assistant Coach: Sarah Hall

Hometown: Fort Gratiot

Residence: Marysville

Education: Port Huron Northern High School; Associate of General Business from St. Clair County Community College; Bachelor of Business Administration, Event, Sport, and Promotion Management from Cleary University

Accomplishments: Assistant manager at Jimmy John’s; four years of college softball (2015-2018), two at SC4 and two at Cleary University;  two-time MCCAA All-Eastern Conference selection; best defensive player award at SC4 2015; Marucci Elite Hitter award in 2016; two-time USCAA All-American; 2018 USCAA National Champion; Member of PHCSA and USBC leagues; former assistant coach with Port Huron Northern freshman softball team; former travel softball coach

Family: Single

2020 Softball Schedule

All spring sports at St. Clair County Community College have been canceled due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation in Michigan and throughout the United States. Details and updates about SC4’s response to this unexpected situation are available at sc4.edu/coronavirus.

DateOpponentLocationTime
Mon. – Thurs., March 9-13at Spring TripTitusville, FLTBA
Sunday, March 29at AdrianAdrian, MI1 p.m.
Friday, April 3at Oakland CC*Auburn Hills, MI3 p.m.
Saturday, April 4vs. Mott CC*Port Huron, MI1 p.m.
Sunday, April 5vs. Saginaw ValleyPort Huron, MI1 p.m.
Tuesday, April 7at AlmaAlma, Michigan3:30 p.m.
Friday, April 10at Henry Ford College*Dearborn, MI3 p.m.
Saturday, April 11at Schoolcraft College*Livonia, MI1 p.m.
Tuesday, April 14at Macomb CC*Warren, MI3 p.m.
Friday, April 17at Mott CC*Flint, MI3 p.m.
Saturday, April 18at Alpena CC*Alpena, MI1 p.m.
Sunday, April 19at Alpena CC*Alpena, MI1 p.m.
Tuesday, April 21vs. Henry Ford College*Port Huron, MI3 p.m.
Friday, April 24vs. Delta College*Port Huron, MI3 p.m.
Saturday, April 25vs. Schoolcraft College*Livonia, MI1 p.m.
Tuesday, April 28vs. Oakland CC*Port Huron, MI3 p.m.
Friday, May 1at Delta College*University Center, MI3 p.m.
Saturday, May 2vs. Macomb CC*Port Huron, MI1 p.m.
Mon. – Wed., May 13-15at NJCAA Region XII Dist. Champ.#Sandusky, OHTBA
Wed. – Sat., May 20-23at NJCAA DII National Championship#Clinton, MSTBA

Bold – Denotes home match game at Marysville City Park.
– Denotes Michigan Community College Athletic Association Eastern Conference game
** – Must qualify to participate