Co-Lin Wolves Softball Camps
Head Coach Meleah Howard
Howard, a former Co-Lin standout player, returns to Wesson to lead the Lady Wolves softball team for her first season in 2008. Howard comes to Co-Lin after an extremely successful high school coaching career. Howard was a leader on the Lady Wolves 2018 team that finished runners-up in the 2008 NJCAA National Championship.
After Co-Lin Howard continued her education at Mississippi State University where she received a bachelor’s degree in elementary education with a minor in mathematics and science. While at Mississippi State she coached the Southern Ice travel team out of Wesson and served as assistant softball coach at East Webster High School.
After completing her degree in 2010 Howard was promoted to head coach at East Webster of both the fast and slow pitch programs. She also taught middle school science, algebra, and algebra II.
In July of 2012, Howard landed the head coaching position at Lawrence County High School in Monticello for both the fast and slow pitch teams.
This past season, her sixth year at the helm, Howard led the Lady Cougars to a 31-4 overall record and runners-up in the MHSAA 4A State Championship. During her tenure with the Lady Cougars, she has earned a district title in either slow or fast pitch each year.
Howard has amassed eight years of coaching experience and slated a 315-99 career coaching record with playoff runs in all eight seasons including 2A state runners-up at East Webster in 2011 and last season’s run with the Lady Cougars.
She and her husband, Marc, are the parents of two sons, Jack (4) and Hayes (10 months).