Aggies take on New Mexico State in season home opener.
USU prepares for Utes before opening conference action.
Following Wednesday's action, USU heads to Boise for SpringHill Suites Invitational.
Aggies head to San Diego Classic this weekend.
Weekly Utah State softball notes
Utah State Softball vs. New Mexico State
Britne Stubbs is in her first seasons as an assistant coach at Utah State and will work with the Aggie outfielders, along with hitting. Prior to joining the USU coaching staff, Stubbs spent the past five years (2008-12) as the head softball coach and Senior Woman Administrator at Brevard College in North Carolina.
During the 2012 season, Stubbs led the Tornadoes to a 24-24 record and a sixth-place finish in the South Atlantic Conference with a 9-9 mark. Overall, Stubbs posted a 102-125 (.449) record during her five seasons as Brevard College's head coach as the Tornadoes improved their win total each season.
Stubbs began her collegiate coaching career as an assistant at Tiffin University in Tiffin, Ohio. During her two years at Tiffin, she helped the Dragons to a 94-22 (.810) record and two American Mid-West Conference Championships, two Region IX Championships and two NCAA Division II National Tournament appearances. While at Tiffin, she helped tutor five All-Americans, six all-region performers and seven all-conference players, along with being a member of the 2006 Region IX Coaching Staff of the Year.
A native of Bennettsville, S.C., Stubbs played college softball at Queens University of Charlotte in North Carolina, where she was a three-time first-team all-Caroinas-Virgina Athletic Conference honoree and her team's Most Valuable Offensive Player as a sophomore, junior and senior.
Along with earning a bachelor's degree from Queens University of Charlotte, Stubbs also earned her master's degree in business administration from Tiffin University.