Annie Lockwood | Assistant Coach
Annie Lockwood joined the Coyote softball program in the summer of 2016. She has rejoined Robert Wagner, the coach who helped lead her team to a national championship at Arizona State in 2011. Lockwood was an all-region outfielder for the Sun Devils from 2009-12. She served as head softball coach at Skyline High School in Mesa, Ariz., from 2013-15.
Lockwood hails from Phoenix, Ariz., and was a multi-sport letter winner at Paradise Valley High School. She committed to Arizona State where Wagner was the associate head coach and was a three-year starter for the Sun Devils. Lockwood competed in the NCAA tournament all four years, advanced to the Women’s College World Series three times, and was named to the WCWS All-Tournament Team when Arizona State won it all in 2011. Lockwood hit 42 home runs and had 175 RBIs during her collegiate career.
In addition to her on-field talents, Lockwood was named an academic all-American and an NFCA Scholar Athlete. She was awarded an NCAA postgraduate scholarship and is currently working on her master’s degree through University of Northern Colorado.
In addition to coaching softball at Skyline High School, Lockwood served as a special education teacher at Skyline. She also volunteered as a coach at Arizona State during the 2015 and 2016 seasons and has been a personal hitting instructor since 2009.
Lockwood was named Arizona Big Schools Coach of the Year by the Arizona Republic in 2014. That same year, she began a two-year stint as an assistant coach for Firecrakers Softball Club.
Lockwood earned her degree in special education from Arizona State in 2013. Her master’s degree focuses on sports coaching.
Allie Daly | Graduate Assistant
Allie Daly has stayed on to be a graduate assistant coach for the Coyotes following a brilliant four-year playing career in which she batted .309 with 41 home runs and 156 RBIs. She has the second-most home runs and RBIs in program history. Daly started all but one game at catcher for the Coyotes from 2012-15.
Daly is the third South Dakota player in program history to earn CoSIDA Academic All-America honors, which she accomplished during her senior season. She was also a second-team NFCA all-region catcher in 2015 and a first-team all-Summit League honoree after batting .399 with 13 homers, 59 RBIs and 38 runs scored. The 59 RBIs are second-most in Summit League and program history.
Daly graduated with a degree in psychology and with a minor in interdisciplinary sciences and coaching. She is working on a master’s degree in kinesiology and sport science with an emphasis in sport management.
Caylyn Wagner | Volunteer Coach
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