Kylee Polsley | Assistant Coach
Kylee Polsley (KP) enters her fourth season as an assistant coach for the Eagles. Since her arrival, the Eagles have improved measurably in a number of areas.
In 2016, the CSC pitching staff set program records for lowest ERA (3.60) and lowest opponent batting average (.285) while producing the RMAC Pitcher of the Year, Tayler Hall.
In 2017, after graduating two of the top pitchers in the RMAC in Hall and Cierra Cosslett, Polsley reloaded the circle with freshman Jessica Jarecki and senior Kinsley Mason, and the team nearly matched the record ERA with a 3.67. Sophomore Dallas Magnusson set a new school record with six saves, and the team allowed the fewest walks (2.2) per seven innings pitched on record for the program. Jarecki was named the RMAC Co-Freshman of the Year.
Polsley had great success as a pitcher for two years at Iowa Western Community College (Council Bluffs, Iowa), then a stellar career at Chadron State College. As a senior in 2014, she set the school record for wins in a season (16), while being named a Second Team All-RMAC pitcher.
A native of Omaha, Nebraska, Polsley graduated from Omaha Skutt Catholic High School.
Polsley is pursuing a masters degree in sports management at CSC. She is married to Holly Bracht, and the pair reside in Chadron.