The Lady Wranglers are part of the National Junior College Athletic Association Division I, Region 5. The Cisco College Softball program offers an excellent opportunity for student athletes, including recently remodeled dorms and a top-notch facility. Scholarships and grants are available to qualified student athletes.
Head Coach: Joel Prickett
We're working to raise funds for a brand new Wrangler Strength and Conditioning Center! This new facility will benefit all Wrangler Athletes. Help us build this new facility!
Number First Name Last Name 1 Dionne Pierre 2 Marisol Rodriguez 3 Kynslee Noriega 5 MiKayla Tripaldi 7 Mattie Acklin 9 Destiny De Leon 10 Amanda Contreras 12 Hannah Stuart 15 Emily Martinez 18 Samantha Salazar 19 Mariah Gomez 20 Miranda Soto 22 Cassie Renfro 23 Brianne Gaska 24 LeeAnn Sanchez 25 Vanessa Escamilla 27 Lauryn Cornejo
Joel Prickett is entering his 16th year as a head coach and 21st year overall as a junior college coach. His coaching career started at Cisco College under Coach Chuck Lawrence and Coach Susan Moore in the fall of 1996.
Prior to joining Cisco College, Prickett served as the Head Softball Coach at Odessa College from 2004 – 2016.
He brings a career record of 587-365 with a 512-260 record at Odessa College. He won 6 Region V West coach of the year awards and 6 Region V West titles. In his six appearances at the National tournament he finished in the top 10 five times and in the top 5 three times, with a 3rd place finish in 2005.
Coach Prickett is responsible for the recruiting and development of 25 division 1 transfers and over 40 division 2 transfers. He has a team GPA of a 3.15 over his head coaching career as well as over 100 all conference players, 60+ all Region players and 15 All-Americans.
He is a native to Cisco, Texas and is the son of the late Bob and Beth Prickett and “Adopted” son of the late Bruce Speegle. He is a 1992 graduate of Cisco High School, 1994 Graduate of Cisco College and has a Bachelors in Exercise Sports Studies from Tarleton State. He is a God-fearing Christian and has volunteered in the college ministry at Mid-Cities Church in Midland, Texas.
Rachel Shockley enters her first season as an assistant coach for the Cisco College softball program.
A San Diego native, she attended Seward County Community College where she graduated in 2013 with an Associate of Arts Degree in Liberal Arts. She transferred and graduated in 2015 from Friends University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Health Management. She spent the last two years at Hastings college as the Graduate Assistant Softball Coach while working towards a Masters degree in Teaching with a Focus in Elementary Physical Education.
Shockley was a two-year starter for the Lady Saints at Seward County Community College, earning 1st Team All-Conference and 1st Team All-Region selection in 2012 and 2nd Team All-Conference selection as well as 2nd Team All-Region in 2013. Shockley appeared three times in the Saints record books: ranked 6th for base hits (140) 2012-13, 8th for doubles (26) 2012-13, 10th for single season runs scored (55) 2013.
As a freshman in 2012, Shockley played in 50 games at Seward County Community College where she batted .409 (72-176) with 33 runs scored, 9 doubles, and 3 triples, driving in 40 runs and was 1-2 in stolen bases.
In 2013 as A sophomore at Seward County Community College, Shockley played in 58 games. She batted .347 (68-196) with 55 runs scored, 17 doubles, 1 home run, driving in 27 runs, 1-1 in stolen bases.
Shockley was a two year letter winner and starter at Friends University for the Falcons.
As a junior in 2014, Shockley played in all 51 games at Friends, starting 49. Shockley batted .327 (48-147) with 20 runs scored, 9 doubles, and 5 home runs, driving in 28 runs.,1-1 in stolen bases. Shockley was ranked #18 in the KCAC in hits and doubles and #20 in home runs and total bases and named a KCAC Scholar-Athlete.
As a Senior in 2015, Shockley played in all 50 games at Friends, starting in 48 where she batted .318 (41-129) with 19 runs scored, 8 doubles, and 3 homeruns, driving in 32 runs. Shockley was ranked #7 in the KCAC in on base percentage and ranked #17 in runs batted in.
During her 2017 and 2018 years as a graduate assistant Softball coach at Hastings College, Shockley helped coach 7 GPAC 2017 All-Conference players, helped coach the Hastings Broncos to a 2017 GPAC tournament championship title, helped coach Hastings to the opening round of Nationals in 2017 and helped coach 3 GPAC 2018 All-Conference players.
Cisco College's softball field is located next to the baseball field at the college's athletic facility and is located off of Highway 183.
The Kelly Kent Training Center is a 15,000 sq. ft. climate controlled indoor facility (35 yds x 45 yds). It has wall to wall new field turf, retractable cages, indoor mounds, and is large enough to turn double plays and have catchers throw a full distance to 2nd base. It is a one of a kind facility, and Cisco is the only juco in the region with access to a facility like this. We DONT miss practice due to rain, snow, or cold.
The athletic weight room is located 40 yards from the softball dorm. The 3000 sq/ft weight room also houses 3 racquetball courts.