Catamount Softball vs. Samford
Danielle Glosson spent six years with Western Carolina softball before departing the program in July 2017.
In September 2016, Danielle Glosson was promoted to Associate Head Coach. Glosson recently completed her fifth year as the assistant softball coach at Western Carolina.
She worked primarily with the Catamount pitching staff.
In 2016, Glosson produced two pitchers in Taylor Sigmon and Courtney Buchanan who each amassed 13 wins for the program. Sigmon was honored with a Southern Conference First Team selection ending the year with 202 strikeouts and also had a team-leading eight saves.
In 2015 she watched her four-year coaching of pitcher Jordan Garrett flourish with Garrett being named to the SoCon Second Team and to the SoCon All-Tournament second team. Garrett also ended her storied career as the Catamounts all-time leader in strikeouts with 740.
In 2014, she guided two Catamount pitchers to big milestones. Garrett broke the Western Carolina softball record for strikeouts in a career and also became the first Catamount pitcher to go over 500 strikeouts in a career. Sophomore relief pitcher Taylor Sigmon recorded six saves during the course of the 2014 season and finished the year ranked fourth in the nation in saves. Sigmon’s six saves also broke the school record for saves in a season.
In 2013, under Glosson's tutelage, Garrett broke the Western Carolina school record for strikeouts in a season with 223. Working with Glosson, Garrett has enjoyed back-to-back 100 plus strikeout seasons in her first two years as a Catamount.
In Glosson's first year, she helped guide then freshman pitcher Jordan Garrett to collect 147 strikeouts in 2012, making Garrett the first freshman Catamount pitcher go over 100 strikeouts.
The Winston-Salem, N.C. native was a standout hurler for the Salukis' and ended her career with a 2.25 ERA and a 67-40 record on the mound. In 2010, Glosson was an MVC Pitcher of the Year, First All-Conference, and Louisville Slugger/NFCA All-Region Second Team. She was also a two-time MVC Scholar-Athlete First Team selection.