Crofton High School has hired Sarah Bible as head coach of the softball program. Coach Bible graduated from West Virginia University where she received her undergraduate degree in Sports Management and a master’s degree in Motor Development/Kinesiology. Coach Bible is currently in her 26th year of teaching at the elementary level for Prince George’s County Public Schools. Coach Bible was fortunate to be recruited for both softball and tennis while in high school where she eventually competed in tennis as a scholarship athlete at the Division 1 level. Upon graduation she accepted the position as a graduate assistant coach and instructor at WVU for two years while completing her master’s degree.
“I am extremely excited that Coach Bible will be leading the softball program at Crofton High School,” said Crofton HS Athletic Director Jeff Martin. “Her resume speaks for itself as does her ability to develop athletes and prepare them to be successful on the field and in the classroom.”
Following college, Coach Bible returned to Maryland, where she began her coaching career at Bowie High School. She served as an assistant coach for three years before becoming the head coach for 21 seasons. While coaching at Bowie she was tremendously successful, produced only winning seasons including county championships, regional championships, and many state appearances. She has well over 300-plus wins throughout her career to date. Coach Bible has also worked as a clinician for 5 Star Athletics, as well as, served as an instructor/clinician at various college camps. She considers herself a student of the game.
“I am beyond grateful for this amazing opportunity to serve as the first coach for the Crofton Cardinals,” said Coach Bible. “I really am humbled that we will have the opportunity to grow and build a program with the great kids in the Crofton community.”