Camp Director: Coach Wes Rowe
Wes Rowe has been the head softball coach at Cedarville University since 2008. He is the school’s 10th head coach since the fast-pitch program started in 1985.
Rowe’s methodical rebuilding campaign has produced 85 victories thus far. He took a young Lady Jacket squad and won 18 games during his inaugural campaign followed by 16 wins, 21 wins and a school record 32 victories last season. He has coached three NCCAA All-Americans and has had eight scholar-athletes.
Prior to assuming his current position, Rowe was the girls softball varsity assistant coach for one year at Milan High School in Michigan. He served as head coach of the Michigan Dominators 18U travel team for three seasons.
Rowe’s 2005 squad won four tournaments while the 2004 team placed 4th out of 44 teams at the USSSA World Series and earned the Sportsmanship Award in voting by all competing teams. His 2003 club finished 5th in the NSA World Series and 7th in the Super World Series.
Rowe was the assistant coach of the Michigan Mustangs 16U team in 2002 that finished as the USSSA World Series runner-up. He previously served as head coach of the Calvary Christian Academy baseball team in Ypsilanti, Mich. for the 2000 campaign.
Rowe is a 1978 graduate of Cedarville College. He was a starting outfielder during his four-year Yellow Jacket baseball career.
Graduate Assistant Coach: Kim Levinsky
Kim Levinsky is in her second year with the Lady Jacket softball coaching staff as a graduate assistant coach. She came to the University following a two-sport athletics career at Gordon College in Massachusetts.
Levinsky was a four-year letter winner on the softball field for the Fighting Scots. She started all 130 games in which she played while registering a .330 career batting average with 96 runs scored and 41 stolen bases.
Levinsky was a team captain her final two campaigns. She set single-season school records during her junior year for most hits (43) and runs scored (26).
Levinsky was a four-year basketball player serving as a team captain her final season. She established new school marks for most three-point field goals made in a game (8), season (81), and career (140).
The West Caldwell, N.J. native was recognized as Gordon’s Female Athlete of the Year for 2009-10. She graduated with a communications degree and is pursuing a master’s degree in education at Cedarville University.