Felicia Coursey was a part of the Georgia Tech coaching staff for three seasons and served as the recruiting coordinator, along with handling the Yellow Jacket outfielders.
Coursey was a part of the most successful run in Georgia Tech softball history as a player and a coach. During her five years at Tech, the Yellow Jackets captured three Atlantic Coast Conference championships, won a school record 52 games and made four consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances.
In 2005, she helped guide Tech to 51 wins and ACC regular season and tournament titles. The Jackets went on to finish runner-up in the NCAA Athens Regional and earned their highest ranking ever at No. 13 during the regular season.
As a volunteer assistant coach in 2004, Coursey helped guide the Jackets to 47 wins, a second ACC title game appearance and a third-place finish in the NCAA Athens Regional.
As a player, she led the Yellow Jackets to their first ever ACC title in 2002 and a school record of 52 wins. The Jackets came within one win of making their first trip to the College World Series.
Coursey finished her playing career (2002-2003) with a .982 fielding percentage at second base, which is the best by a middle infielder in Tech history. She is also third in school history for most at bats in a single season with 225 in 2002 and fifth in triples.
Prior to Tech, Coursey was a two-year letter winner at Young Harris College from 1999-2001. There she was named Offensive Player of the Year and garnered Regional All-Tournament honors, along with all-region honors in her sophomore season.
Coursey graduated from Georgia Tech in May, 2004 with a degree in science, technology and culture. She has two children, DJ and Presley, and has been teaching private hitting lessons since 2010.
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