• Record: 29-21
  • Home: 13-7
  • Away: 10-8
  • Neutral: 6-6
  • TranSouth: 19-13
2012 Softball Coaches
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Leigh Leonard
Grad Assistant - 1st Season
Leigh Leonard is in her first year as the graduate assistant for the Freed-Hardeman softball program.  She works with the pitchers and coaches first base.

Leonard spent one year at NCAA Division I Southeast Missouri State before transferring to Oklahoma Christian University for her final three years.  In 2009, her first year at OC, she was named the Sooner Athletic Conference Newcomer of the Year.  In 2011, she went 17-4 in the circle with  2.18 ERA while playing in one of the strongest softball conferences in the NAIA.  She also struck out 127 batters in 128 innings and hit .291 with 19 RBI while leading Oklahoma Christian to its first 40-win season.

She finished her collegiate career with 44 wins and 339 strikeouts.

Leonard prepped at Marshall Co. (Ky.) HS where she was an all-region selection and a participant in the East/West Kentucky All-Star Game and the Kentucky/Tennessee All-Star Game.
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Todd Humphry
Head Coach - 12th Season
Freed-Hardeman Lady Lion head coach Todd Humphry is entering his 10th season with the program, having rebuilt the program from scratch since his arrival in 2000.

The Lady Lions are coming off the most successful consecutive seasons in school history.  In the past three years, FHU is 96-41 with two appearances in the Region XI Tournament and a runner-up finish in the TranSouth Conference tournament.  Since 2005, the Lady Lions are 160-100 under Humphry's leadership.

In addition to directing the team's successes on the field, Humphry has also overseen several upgrades to the program's facilities including the construction of a press box and in-ground dugouts.

Humphry started coaching softball at Harding Academy in Memphis, Tenn., in 1992, where he helped to build and develop what was then a young program.  He is also the head volleyball coach at FHU where his team has won back-to-back-to-back TranSouth Conference regular season titles in addition to conference tournament championships in 2007 and 2009.

A 1989 graduate of Harding (Ark.) University, Humphry played on the Bison baseball squad for two seasons.  He and his wife, Susan, have three children: Emily, 15; Jared, 13; and Allie, 8.