Kellie Webb
Kellie Webb
Title: Assistant Softball Coach
Phone: C (502) 424-7887

Webb enters her seventh season as the Bucs assisant in 2023-2024. 

Webb has been on the bench for back to back to back runs to the NJCAA National Championships for the Bucs in 2021, 2022, and 2023.

Last season, she helped lead the Purple and Aqua to a 54-5 overall record to claim their third straight title.  Webb's offense again ranked as one of the best in the NJCAA ranks, finishing the season with a .357 team batting average while putting up over 7 runs per game on the year. For the third straight season, three FSW sluggers were named All-Americans including Shenita Tucker and Feline Poot who got the nod for the second straight season.

In the Bucs second title run in 2022, FSW hit .396 as a team under Webb's guidance, putting up nearly 9 runs per game. Three of the Bucs nine full time starters in the lineup were named NJCAA All-Americans including Feline Poot who was named the Suncoast Conference Player of the Year for the second straight season while picking up 2nd Team All-American honors.  

Webb and the Bucs won their first NJCAA National Championship in program history in 2021, finishing 49-4 and a perfect 5-0 at the National Tournament to etch their names in the history books. Primarily responsible for the Bucs hitters, Webb's bats hit .403 as a team in 2021 and averaged over 9 runs per game while clubbing 66 home runs and 177 extra base hits overall.  Three Bucs hitters were named NJCAA All-Americans and three signed with NCAA Division I programs.  

Inbetween stints with the Bucs, Webb spent the 2020 season at Duke University where the Blue Devils raced out to a 23-4 start to the year before having the remainder of it cancelled due to COVID-19.  With Webb on staff, the Blue Devils were hitting .319 as a team, 54 points  higher than their previous best team mark, while bashing a program record 26 home runs despite playing just half a season. 

In her first stop in Fort Myers, Webb spent three highly successful seasons on the FSW bench aside Head Coach Robert Iamurri.  FSW was 173-15 overall and 56-4 in Suncoast Conference play during Quarles-Webb's first three seasons in Fort Myers.  She helped the Bucs to a pair of State Championships and two trips to the NJCAA National Tournament during her first stint.  Fully in charge of the Bucs' offensive attack in 2019, Webb's hitters put together a .393 team batting average while launching a program record 59 home runs and scoring 8.6 runs per contest.  FSW had three All-American hitters including Rebeca Laudino and Owen Bowers who were both 1st Team selections.