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February 15, 2019

Creekview High School Announces New Softball Coach

Coach Jennifer Maloney looking to grow softball program at Creekview

Canton— February 15, 2019 Creekview High School is excited to announce the hiring of their new head softball coach, Jennifer Maloney.  Jennifer and her husband, Brian, currently live in Cobb County and are looking forward to becoming a part of the Creekview family.  “I am excited to be a part of the Creekview family and the opportunity to make an impact on the players, school, and community,” said Coach Maloney. Maloney comes to Creekview from North Paulding High School where she was the head softball coach.  In addition to becoming the head softball coach, Maloney will be teaching physical education and health for Creekview.

Jennifer Maloney holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Education from the University of Alabama.  Her expertise in teaching health and physical education will be an asset to Creekview High School.  Additionally, Coach Maloney teaches CTAE classes in the Teaching as a Profession pathway.  She is known for utilizing research-based strategies to effectively teach her students. 

While a student at the University of Alabama, Coach Maloney was an integral member of the Alabama Softball Team.  She holds the NCAA record for the most consecutive stolen bases (74) without being thrown out as well as being the SEC Co-Scholar Athlete of the Year in 2012, All-American in 2012, three-time SEC Champion, and a National Champion in 2012. “I am passionate about the game of softball. I look forward to bringing my knowledge and experience to Creekview and continuing the winning tradition,” said Coach Maloney. 

Dr. Mark Merges, Principal of Creekview High School, is looking forward to Maloney leading the Grizzly softball team.  “Coach Maloney is an impressive coach and teacher,” said Dr. Merges.  “She has tremendous college accolades and brings a wealth of knowledge of the game to Creekview.” Chuck Wilson, Athletic Director of Creekview High School, is also eager for Maloney to step into the head coaching position at Creekview. “Coach Maloney has been successful as a player at the highest level,” said Mr. Wilson. “This provides an opportunity for our students to learn from the best.”