ADM is excited to announce that Jodi Doty has accepted the position of Head Softball Coach at ADM.
Coach Doty is enthusiastic about the opportunity to work with ADM Schools and its student-athletes. Her goal is to not only show the players the skills necessary to play the game but life skills as well. She is committed to creating sportsmanship, teamwork, and confidence in each player. Her vision is to provide an environment within which female athletes are inspired to excel. Her values for the team include but are not limited to, accountability, commitment, discipline, excellence, execution, integrity, and toughness.
Jodi graduated from Urbandale High School and went on to play collegiate softball at Iowa Western Community College and the University of Missouri Kansas City. After graduating college she has remained in the softball world by coaching various youth teams and umpiring at the youth, high school, and collegiate levels. Jodi was selected to umpire at the Iowa High School State Tournament in both 2016 and 2018.
Jodi, her husband Jon, and twin daughters (8) currently reside in Waukee. She enjoys watching her daughters participate in all of their sports, cheering on her husband’s alma mater, Kansas State (GO CATS!) and boating when it is nice and hot outside.
When asked about her new position at ADM, Coach Doty stated, “I’m beyond excited for the opportunity to coach softball at ADM. I’m passionate about giving back to this program and helping each girl find success by setting and reaching goals. I am enthused to build off of last years success and bring home a championship. GO TIGERS!”
“We’re excited to have Jodi Doty joining us at ADM,” said ADM Activities Director, Reece Satre. “She has a passion for not just the game of softball, but an emphasis on developing athletes who are multi-sport participants throughout their careers at ADM. The desire to continue building on the progress already in place at ADM was evident from Jodi during the interview process. She’s excited to get started and begin building relationships with kids.”