Coach Sloan is entering her second season as head softball coach at Georgia Highlands. Her first season at Highlands was a whirlwind. Coming into an already established program with athletes whom she did not recruit was challenging at first. The athletes that were here quickly bought into Sloan’s coaching philosophy and the culture she wanted to implement. In the shortened season, the Chargers finished with 12 wins and 11 losses. The Chargers were looking for a big season that, unfortunately, was canceled due to COVID-19.
Coach Sloan took over the program at GHC after a two-and-a-half-year stint as an assistant coach at LaGrange College. Before beginning her coaching career, Sloan played at Jacksonville State University where she was a two-time Ohio Valley Conference champion, as well as, 2015 first team all OVC player.
Coach Sloan received a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science and Wellness with a Minor in Coaching and a Master’s degree in Human Performance.