Kubicka Inducted into National Fastpitch Coaches Association Hall of Fame

Red Hawks head softball coach enshrined in Atlanta

Montclair State University head softball coach Anita Kubicka (center) with Jo Evans of Texas A&M University (left) and Clint Meyers of Auburn University (right) at the 2015 NFCA Hall of Fame induction ceremony.

Montclair State University head softball coach Anita Kubicka received the highest honor a coach can achieve as she was inducted into the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) Hall of Fame Class of 2015. The ceremony took place at the 2015 NFCA National Convention in Atlanta, Ga., on December 4.

Kubicka, who was joined at the ceremony by fellow inductees Jo Evans of Texas A&M University and Auburn University's Clint Meyers, is the 10th Division III head coach to be inducted into the NFCA Hall of Fame. Her selection marks the third different Hall of Fame enshrinement for the Red Hawk head coach, who was also inducted into the Newark Athletic Hall of Fame in 1995 and the Montclair State Athletic Hall of Fame in October 2014.

Entering her 26th season at the Red Hawk helm in 2016, Kubicka has fashioned an impressive coaching resume with 809 victories, the most in Montclair State athletic history, and a .742 winning percentage – both statistics that rank in the Top 10 among active coaches in Division III.

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