After two seasons as a graduate manager for the Nebraska softball program, Tatum Edwards joins Boo De Oliveira's staff as a volunteer assistant. Edwards is beginning her coaching career after four decorated seasons as a student-athlete for the Huskers.
While starting her career as a coach, Edwards has found success at the next level with three years of professional experience in the National Pro Fastpitch league. She helped the Chicago Bandits to back-to-back NPF championships in 2015 and 2016.
Edwards was a two-time All-American while she was a student-athlete at Nebraska from 2011-to-2014. The Murrieta, California, native earned second-team honors in 2013 prior to earning third-team honors as a senior in 2014. She graduated with a 70-28 record and a 2.02 ERA in the circle with 24 shutouts to her credit. Edwards was a force at the plate as well, registering a career .292 batting average with 38 doubles, 46 home runs and 158 runs batted in.