Courtney Conley
Courtney  Conley

Graduate Assistant Coach

Graduating Year:
2013 (Alabama)


Softball Announces Addition of Conley, Preps for Fall Slate

Missouri State softball adds former Alabama third baseman to staff; kickoff off fall slate Saturday

Courtney Conley came to Missouri State after a stellar four-year career at the University of Alabama. As a first-year volunteer assistant on the Missouri State staff, Conley had on-field coaching duties, assisted with infield instruction, contributed to the offensive development of the team and much more.

Now in her second season as a graduate assistant coach with MSU, Conley assists by pitching some batting practice, hitting ground and fly balls for defensive practice and aids the coaching staff with other managerial duties.

Conley played third base for the Crimson Tide, winning the Women's College World Series in 2012. She had an RBI double and scored a run in the title-clinching game.

Conley helped the Tide to three-consecutive SEC regular season titles from 2010 to 2012. All four seasons that she played at Alabama, she helped the Tide to the NCAA Tournament and back-to-back CWS appearances in 2011 and 2012. She earned Academic All-SEC accolades following her sophomore and junior seasons in Tuscaloosa.

A career .244 hitter for the Tide, Conley belted 24 home runs, including a two-run shot on Senior Day against Mississippi State. She started 166 games at Alabama, swiping 11 bases, driving home 91 runs, scoring 90 runs and hitting 21 doubles in her four seasons.

A native of Robertsville, Mo., Conley was the 2007 St. Louis Post-Dispatch Player of the Year at Eureka High. She also picked up Missouri Gatorade Player of the Year honors. While at EHS, she broke nearly every offensive single-season record and set career records with 127 runs scored, 155 hits, 19 home runs, 47 stolen bases and 42 RBI.

Conley's complete University of Alabama player bio page

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