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Coach Brewster has coached for many years and has experience with being a Varsity head coach at Weld Central Senior High, Assistant Varsity coach at Evergreen High School and has volunteered her time this summer working 16U club team for the Rocky Mountain Rampage Elite of the West Jeff Girls Softball Association. She is passionate about softball and wants to help young girls build their skill and love for the game.  Coach Brewster’s experience in playing softball started at a young age of 6, played recreational then moved on to competitive teams which allowed her to build her skills to make the varsity softball team her freshman year and going to state tournaments.  

Coach Brewster has many years of experience working with children.  Not only has she volunteered to coach several different teams in previous years she is also a middle school science teacher and has 3 daughters of her own.  When not on the softball field Coach enjoys spending time with her family, going to the gym or being outdoors hiking or mountain biking with her friends. Coach Brewster can be contact at kennielea@yahoo.com.


Coach Roundtree has tremendous enthusiasm and commitment for the sport of softball. She played competitive club softball from 10 to 18 years of age, primarily at catcher, second and outfield. As a 2012 graduate of Soroco High School in Oak Creek, Colorado, she played softball at Pomona High School and Faith Christian Academy. Coach Roundtree was an outstanding student-athlete, receiving all-conference honors, also lettering in basketball and track. 

In 2013, Coach Roundtree joined the Metropolitan State University softball team, where she had 36 starts out of 41 games in right field during the season.

Her desire to share her knowledge of the game, led her to volunteer to coach in the competitive division of the West Jeff Girls Softball organization for the 2018 season. Coach Roundtree has also been recently selected as the Assistant Varsity softball coach for Evergreen High School.


Coach Williams played travel ball between the ages of 10 and 18 in Washington state, and was also a charter member of her high school team in Wenatchee, WA. She began her career in center field and has played every position but catcher. Coach Williams was the first player to join the University of Washington women’s team in 1993 as a pitcher, and was a four-year letter-winner there. She left the technology industry after 17 years as an engineer and manager at Amazon, Facebook, Twitter, and Dropbox. She now enjoys cooking with her husband, Jimmy, and long hikes with her dog, Rocky. Williams is also the current pitching coach at Evergreen High School.