For the past five years, Krysten (Mack) Perez has a been the top assistant coach at Division II Bloomfield College in New Jersey. At Bloomfield, Perez assisted with recruiting and was responsible for the outfield and first base coaching duties. Perez played four years of high school softball at Canton High School in Canton, Connecticut and four years of Collegiate softball at Moravian College in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. During her years as a player, she played numerous positions: catcher, third base, short stop, second base, left and center field. Her college team was MAC Commonwealth Champions 2 out of the 4 years, made it to the NCAA Tournament 3 out of the 4 years, and was ranked as high as 12th in the nation for Division III schools. She ended her collegiate career with a .325 batting average and a .965 fielding average. She then became a counselor at Championship Softball Camp in Connecticut for two years (the same camp she attended for 6 years when she was younger). She is currently a special education teacher at in Teaneck, NJ and continues to play softball on various teams in the area.
Brianne Moore joins the Hurricanes staff as the team’s pitching coach. Moore joined the Bloomfield College coaching staff after completing the most successful career of any Bloomfield College pitcher during the Division II era. Moore’s racked up 39 career wins as her career as a Bloomfield College Deacon. In 2008, she became the 1st Deacon pitcher to be named 1st Team All Region. An outstanding student, Moore has been an Academic All-American and graduated with a degree in Education in 2011. Moore also played 4 years at Clifton High School in NJ. A powerful right-hander who was a three-time All-County first-team pick and carried the Mustangs to the Group 4 final as a sophomore. As a junior she had 221 strikeouts and an 0.48 ERA. She also batted in the middle of the Mustangs lineup.
The former Division II athlete was a two-time First Team All-CACC performer who increased her hits and RBI totals each year of her career at Bloomfield College.
2011: Krystina Poloni played a key role in BC’s record setting offense in 2011. After a strong freshman campaign, Poloni developed into a 1st Team All-CACC 1st baseman in 2011 after she increased her offensive numbers across the board. Poloni was 2nd on BC with 6 homers in 2011 while increasing her average nearly .030 points to .341. Poloni was 3rd on BC with a .556 slugging percentage and was 4th on the team with 21 runs scored. Poloni belted her 1st career grand slam against Holy Family on 3/10.
2010: Krystina Poloni enjoyed a smooth transition from high school to college athletics as a freshman. Poloni was one of just 3 players on the team to hit over .300 for the season, logging a .313 batting average. She tied for the team lead in homers and was 3rd on the team in hits and RBI. Poloni also led BC with a .495 slugging percentage. Poloni started all 39 of the deacons games at 1st base in 2010 and had a .987 fielding percentage, committing just 4 errors.