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Immaculate Conception High School

Empowering and Educating Women Since 1915

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Coach Sarah Piening enjoyed a highly decorated career with Immaculate Conception, graduating in 2016. She was the first pitcher in New Jersey high school history to win 4 State Softball Championships. Sarah amassed 83 wins, with 1,062 strikeouts, 17 no-hitters, and 31 shutouts in her 4 years at Immaculate Conception. She was named All State, All State-Non Public, All-North Jersey, and All-Bergen County. Sarah was also a two-time North Jersey Interscholastic League Player of the Year, serving as team captain and MVP for 3 seasons.

Sarah played 4 years at the Division 1 level at the University of Delaware, and 1 year at the Division 2 level at Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida. She carried a winning record at both Delaware and Rollins as well as being named Conference Pitcher of the Week on several occasions.

Sarah coaches softball for the E.C Bullets, a national travel ball organization. She has been coaching with the Bullets for the last 3 years, running training and conditioning programs to prepare players for the highest of competitions. Sarah has been giving private pitching lessons for 8 years, ranging from ages 9 to 18.

“I’m humbled and honored to be a part of the program that helped shape me into the woman I am today. I will strive to bring on a championship mentality – rooted with respect, courage, and dignity. Immaculate Conception Softball will be a program that carries quality young women, a family culture, and players who exhibit grit. I am taking on this position as a leader because I believe strongly in the impact of role models among athletes. I want nothing more than to give back to the game of softball, and more importantly my Alma Mater. I will work hard to create a program consisting of resilient and hard-working young women who can maximize their potential both on and off the field. My goal will be to enhance their softball IQ, helping to prepare them for what it takes to be a collegiate athlete – all while striving to impact their lives as young women along the way. Go Blue Wolves!”