Aug. 19, 2014
PROVIDENCE, R.I. -
Providence College softball Head Coach Kerri Jacklets
announced today (Aug. 19) that Aubrey Mable will join the softball staff as a graduate assistant for the coming season.
Prior to joining the Friars, Mable spent the last four seasons as a student-athlete at Bryant University, where she started at shortstop in 178 games out of 182. Mable is Bryant's careerleader in games played (182), RBI (125), runs scored (141), doubles (56), total bases (363), slugging percentage (.671) and homeruns (28). Mable recorded a career .379 batting average with 205 total hits. She posted a .978 fielding percentage in her senior season and recorded 15 multi-hit games. For her accomplishments over her career, Mable was named to the All-NEC First Team three times and the NEC All-Tournament Team once. She was also a Capital One Academic All-District I honoree and a Senior CLASS Award candidate. Academically, Mable was named to NEC Academic Honor Roll as a senior.
Before Bryant, Mable was a three-sport letter winner at Eaglecrest High School. She earned a 2010 All-Colorado Selection while having the highest batting average and stolen base percentage on her team. She was selected All-Aurora for softball and golf (four times), All-League for softball (four times) and All-League for basketball (two times). Mable was a two-time All-State Honorable Mention for softball. In 2010 she was nominated as the 2010 Female Honor Athlete of the Year and was selected to the 5A First Team All-League. Mable captained all three sports while serving the role of Student Body President as a senior.
A native of Aurora, Colo., Mable is the daughter of Doug and Lori Mable and has a brother Corey, and a sister, Lindsay. She is currently pursuing a masters degree in counseling.