Brooke Sapp enters her first season as an assistant coach and will work primarily with the infielders. Sapp is a product of the NJCAA, having competed at Seminole State College from 2015-17 under head coach Courtney Miller. At Seminole, she was a member of the Raiders' winningest class in school history, compiling a school-record 90 wins over the two seasons.
A pivotal member of the middle infield, Sapp proved to be invaluable with her defensive mechanics, anchoring the Raiders' defense and helping the team to the Mid-Florida Conference Championship in 2017. In her two years at Seminole, Sapp helped lead the Raiders to consecutive third-place finishes at the FCSAA State Tournament (2016, 2017) and a number ten NJCAA ranking.
A four-year letter winner at North Marion High School and a four year starter at second base, Sapp helped lead the Colts to a historic run in the 2012 FHSAA playoffs. Sapp was selected as the MVP for the South in the annual statewide all-star classic in her senior year.