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Gina Fuchs

Player Profile
Assistant Coach

Alma Mater:
Penn State, 2003


Pitt Softball Announces Dates for Summer Camps

The Panthers will host three summer softball camps in June


Coach Aprile Announces Date for Open Tryouts

Walk-ons allowed to tryout on Sept. 3


Softball Announces Dates for Summer Camps

Two camps to be offered this summer


2013 Softball Preseason Central


Softball Launches 2013 Preseason Central

An All-Access look at Pitt Softball leading up to its first game on Feb. 15


Gina Fuchs
begins her 11th season as a member of the Pitt softball coaching staff. She oversees the outfield and also instructs base running and slap-hitting fundamentals, while assisting with recruiting and scouting.

University of Pittsburgh

  • Led Carly Thea to a team-high slug percentage (.636), good for 10th-best in the ACC
  • Helped Carissa Throckmorton tally 30 hits with a .377 slugging percentage
  • Jordan Fannin committed no errors in 41 chances from right field
  • Kaila Balatgek stole four bases in four attempts


  • Helped the panthers improve their highest individual stolen base percentage from 70% (2012; Kelly Hmiel 11-16) to 86% (Carly Thea, 6-7)
  • Helped outfielder Taylor Henry to a .981 fielding percentage


  • Kelly Hmiel stole 11 out of 16 bases


  • Pitt finished third in the Big East with 79 steals under the guidance of Fuchs.
  • Panthers set a school record with 236 runs scored, eclipsing the 2006 record.
  • Panthers have set team records in stolen bases three of the last six years under Fuchs.
  • Reba Tutt finished 47th in the nation in runs per game.
  • Ashley Amistade leads the Big East with 27 steals while hitting .321.


  • Played a pivotal role in Ashley Amistade increase from a .250 batting average in 2009 to a .320 average in 2010.


  • Reba Tutt shatters the freshman record for steals in a season with 26

Playing Career

  • Four Year letterwinner at Penn State (1999-2003)
  • Two-time team captain at Penn State (2002,2003)
  • Earned First-Team All-Big Ten honors twice (2000,2002)
  • Career record holder in stolen bases (123), hits (238), runs scored (149), and games played (213)
  • Set single-season records in at-bats (197), singles (63) and stolen bases (42)
  • Three-time academic All-Big Ten recipient (2000, 2002 & 2003)


  • Graduated from Penn State in 2003 with a bachelor's degree in kinesiology with an emphasis in exercise science.