1. Jessie Warren Wins 2019 Rawlings Gold Glove
  2. Pride Fall to Bandits in Double Header
  3. Pride Swing Big Against the Eagles
  4. Pride Beat Beijing Eagles
  5. Pride Clench Series Win Against Canadian Wild
  6. Pride Win Double Header
  7. Wild Take Game Two From Pride
  8. Pride Beat the Wild
  9. Pride Dominate Game Three
  10. USSSA Pride Unleashed the Bats for a 10-0 Victory
  11. Pride Win and Henderson throws Perfect Game
  12. Pride At Home for Beijing Eagle Series
  13. Pride get the sweep on the Comets
  14. Pride Keep the Win Streak Alive
  15. Pride Take Game Two of Comets Series
  16. Pride Sign Sydney Romero To 2-Year Contract
  17. Pride Win with a 4-3 Victory
  18. Pride Host Cleveland Series
  19. Pride Win Four Straight at Home
  20. Pride Sweep in Rainout Double Header
  21. Pride Win Home Opener with a 2-0 Victory
  22. Pride Sign JMU Pitcher Megan Good to 2-Year Deal
  23. Pride to Host Peppers for 2019 Opening Series
  26. Henderson, Pride hand Bandits Their First Two Losses
  27. Lorenz Signs 2-Year Deal With Pride
  28. Wild Fall To Pride In First Loss of Season
  29. USSSA Pride give Team USA a good fight, but fall short in extras
  30. USSSA Pride falls to Team USA in Game 3
  31. Offensive Struggles Continue for USSSA Pride in Loss to Team USA
  32. USSSA Pride Fall to Team USA
  33. USSSA Pride Travel to Oklahoma

Matt Meuchel

Matt Meuchel is in his second year as the Pride assistant coach for the 2012 season. On July 14, 2008, Matt Meuchel became the fourth head coach in the history of the University of Nevada softball program and the second since the program was reinstated in 2003. With that hire, the Wolf Pack gained a young, energetic coach with a penchant for hard work, solid recruiting and building a family-style program.

In his first season, Meuchel took a program that he had helped shape and he put his own stamp on it in 2009. The Wolf Pack set a number of hitting and pitching records as Meuchel delivered the program’s second-straight Western Athletic Conference championship as Nevada tied for the crown with Fresno State. Nevada also advanced to the NCAA Regional in Palo Alto, Calif., where Meuchel captured his first-ever and the program’s third NCAA victory with a win over Cal Poly in the first round of the Regional.

Meuchel’s collegiate coaching career began at Arizona State, where he was the Sun Devils’ summer camp director and where he served as the team manager for three seasons. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Arizona State in 2000 and worked the 2001 season as a volunteer assistant coach for then-head coach Linda Wells. His responsibilities in Tempe included coaching the outfielders and coordinating video analysis.

In the summer of 2004, Meuchel got a taste of Olympic-level softball as he worked with the Greek Olympic Softball Team. He was part of the team’s coaching staff for its United States and European Tours and also during the 2004 Summer Games in Athens. He served as a first-base coach among his many duties, which also included scouting the team’s Olympic foes.

During his two years in Stillwater, Meuchel recruited or coached five All-Big 12 Conference selections, two NFCA first-team All-Midwest Region honorees, and one NFCA third-team All-American. The Cowgirls also had eight All-Big 12 Academic Team selections who were coached or recruited by Meuchel.Meuchel was married in the summer of 2009 to the former Joey Hall, a former Nevada softball assistant coach.