Angie Jacobs

Angie Jacobs, Medford Sports Hall of FameAngie is a Medford, Oregon native and graduated from Medford Senior High in 1984, where she started in varsity basketball and soft­ball for 4 years. She is a 1989 graduate of the University of California where she played catcher and first base. She played profes­sionally in Orlando, Florida, Georgia and in Italy. After several assis­tant coaching positions, she became the head softball coach for the Miami Redhawks in 1998 through 2006.


  • 4-year All-Southern Oregon Conference catcher, 1st team all-state as a senior at Medford Senior High NorPac Rookie of the year her freshman year at Cal; 1987 & 1988 All-West region player; 1986 third place team in College World Series: 1987 Pac-10 title 1989 Honda Inspiration Award winner-presented annually to an athlete who competes under extraordinary circum­stances; she returned to play after a reattached thumb procedure resulting from a mill accident selected to the first Women’s Pro Fastpitch League all-star team in 1997
  • A two-time ASA All-American helping to lead the Redding Rebels to three consecutive national titles. She hit the game winning home run in a 1-0 win over Australia in the Canada World Cup Championship in 1993
  • Set a school all-time winning record of 172 wins at Miami, 77 MAC wins
  • In 8 seasons as head coach, team honors include 18 All-MAC selections; 11 MAC all-tournament team selections; 4 All-Region selections; 3 seasons with 25 or more wins; 3 appearances in MAC tournament finals; 2 players were draft­ed professionally; 1 Mid-American Conference Tournament Championship (2005); and 1 NCAA Tournament appear­ance (2005, Tenn. Regional)