Mount Mercy’s Varsity Softball team will take the field this season with a new coach. Although he is new to Mount Mercy, Kyle Anderson is an experienced coach. He has previously coached JV softball for five years and varsity baseball for two years.

One of Anderson’s goals for the season is to change the perception of softball at Mount Mercy.
“I think that our biggest key to success will be commitment. We will need to buy in to wanting to be a
competitive softball team and put in the work to get better every day,” Anderson remarked.



The team is a blend of older and younger players, with five seniors on the twelve-member team.
All five players return for a third season, missing their sophomore year due to Covid 19. Leading the
seniors is captain Madison Serafini (Buffalo), last season’s Most Improved Player. Trinity Kehoe (Derby) who earned the Coach’s Award, Caitlin Mann (Buffalo), Megan Amicone (Buffalo) and Amanda Solomon (Hamburg) are the other seniors on the team.

Sophomore Taylor Jahn (Buffalo), last season’s MVP and a Second Team All-Catholic, returns to
the mound for the Magic. Anderson has been pleased with the promise shown by freshman shortstop
Riley Coughlin (Blasdell).

2023 Varsity Softball Schedule

All home games are at Caz Park unless stated otherwise. 

Schedule subject to change due to weather. 

4/19- Home vs. St. Mary's 4:30

4/21- Home vs. Nichols 4:30

4/26 Away @ Nardin 4:30 

4/28 Away @ Sacred Heart 4:30

5/1 Home vs. Sacred Heart 4:30

5/3 Away @ Mount Saint Mary's 4:30  

5/5 Away @ St. Mary's 4:30

5/8 Home vs. Nardin 4:30

5/10 Away @ Nichols 4:30

5/17 Home vs. Mount Saint Mary's 

Keep informed of the lastest dates, times and stats of the Varsity Softball team.  Check out the live status on the Arbiter LIVE website. 

Head Coach: Kyle Anderson

Assistant Coach:


Pat Dubiel

2023 Varsity Roster 


Grade Name Jersey #
12 Madison Serafini 16
12 Amanda Solomon 13
12 Megan Amicone 1
12 Trinity Kehoe 32
12 Caitlin Mann 23
9 Claire Pryzbysewski 14
9 Mara McCrea 18
9 Riley Coughlin 33
10 Cassidy Westbrook 5
10 Mia Freedenberg 11
10 Taylor Jahn 10



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