Texas A&M Softball Coaching Staff

Last Game

McNeese State
Loss 1-3
Feb 17, 2019
Texas A&M Invitational

Jo Evans

Head Coach

Under the three-time Big 12 Coach of the Year, Texas A&M softball has climbed to new heights. Since Evans took over in 1996 the Aggies have reached the postseason 15 times, including every year since 2002 (a school record of 13 in a row). In 2014 Evans reached two coaching milestones. She became the only active coach in the SEC with 1,000 wins and one of just eight active coaches in D1; she also notched her 700th win at Texas A&M. Under her tutelage the Aggies reached the Women's College World Series in 2007 and 2008, posting a national runner-up finish in '08 — in addition to both the Big 12 regular season and tournament titles. Fifteen of Evans' players have earned All-American honors and 72 have garnered all-conference nominations. In addition, four Aggies were named Big 12 Player of the Year. In 2008 Megan Gibson became the first player to earn both Player and Pitcher of the Year honors.

Joy Jackson

Associate Head Coach

Now in her 18th year at Texas A&M, Jackson has consistently gotten the best out of her players. Her duties include working with A&M’s outfielders, base-running and the lefty slap, in addition to her role as recruiting coordinator. During her time with the Aggies 17 outfielders have reached all-conference status, including the entire A&M outfield in 2004-05. Jackson served under head coach Jo Evans in various roles at Utah before her time at A&M. Prior to beginning her coaching career Jackson was a four year letter-winner at Utah, where she helped guide the team to a conference championship and NCAA berth her sophomore year.

Gerry Glasco

Associate Head Coach

Joining the Aggies in 2014, Glasco specializes in hitting while also assisting in A&M’s recruiting efforts. Before coming to Aggieland he served as both an assistant coach and associate head coach at Georgia for six seasons. During his time at UGA the Bulldogs were consistently one of the best offensive teams in the SEC and country. Under Glasco's watch Georgia set 20 offensive school records and also had success in the postseason, reaching the NCAA tournament six times — including four trips to the WCWS Final Four. The Bulldogs also secured their first SEC Tournament Championship in 2014. Prior to his work at Georgia, Glasco founded the llinois Southern Force softball organization and served as head coach of the Southern Force for seven seasons.

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