Alex Hupp joined the
Jackrabbit softball staff in July 2012, after two seasons as an assistant at
Emporia State University in Emporia, Kan., and after a standout career at the
University of Nebraska.
In two seasons with the Hornets, Hupp helped guide
the team to a combined 84-27 overall record, which includes a 28-4 mark in
Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association play. ESU advanced to the
NCAA Regional in both seasons and posted a perfect 20-0 MIAA record in 2012,
when the Hornets advanced to the NCAA South Central Regional final in Edmond,
While playing for the Cornhuskers, she threw a
no-hitter and posted a career 3.09 ERA in 197.1 innings. She saw time at the
plate, on the base paths, in the outfield and in the circle for the Huskers.
Off the field, Hupp earned first-team Academic
All-Big 12 honors twice, and Commissioners Honor Roll accolades in all four
years at Nebraska.
earned first-team High School All-American honors from the NFCA and EA Sports
in 2006 following her standout career at Olathe East High School. She earned
Gatorade Softball Player of the Year honors for the state of Kansas in 2005-06 after
leading her high school team to three straight state championships in Kansas