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Andrea “DeeDee” Enabenter-Omidiji, Mass – Jan, 1995

Andrea “DeeDee” Enabenter-Omidiji, Mass – Jan, 1995

Andrea, a graduate of the physical education major program at Bridgewater State College, is the head varsity softball coach, the assistant basketball coach and the Director of Intramurals, Recreation, and Club sports

She was an Amateur Softball Association player-coach from 1983-1992 with the Plymouth Rocks and the Plymouth Blue Wave.  Her ASA teams were the Class A State Champs in 1981, Women’s Major Fastpitch Regional Champs for 4 years (1986, 1987, 1988, 1989), Women’s Major Fastpitch National Tourney Qualifiers for 7 years (1986-1992), and the Kirby Suburban League Champs for 7 years.

DeeDee has participated in extensive post=season/tournament play.  Her basketball teams have been NCAA qualifiers for 4 years (1983-1986), participated in the ECAC playoff in 1988.  Her teams were three-time ECAC tournament qualifiers (1985, 1987, and 1988).  For eight years, the Bridgewater women’s varsity softball teams were Champions of the MASCAC (Massachusetts State College Athletic Conference) (1984, 1986, 1988, 1990, 1991, 1993, and 1994) and for those same eight years her softball teams have been NCAA regional qualifiers.  They were the 1994 Northeast Regional Champions and the 1994 National Division III Runners-up in a double elimination tourney.

DeeDee was named by the National Softball Coaches Association as the 1991 Northeast Regional Coach of the Year, the 1994 Northeast Regional Coach of the year, and the 1994 Speedline National Coach of the Year.