Gibson joined the UC Davis softball staff in 2010 and will continue to serve as a volunteer assistant for her second year with the Aggies.
Gibson started her collegiate career at Chattanooga State Technical Community College in 2004-2005 as a catcher. She let the team with 26 home runs and 90 RBIs. Gibson also achieved a batting average of .413 and a slugging percentage of .916. she was named a TJCAA All-Academic Athlete as well as an NJCAA All-American catcher.
In November of 2010, Gibson was an inaugural inductee into the CSTCC Hall of Fame for her contributions in that 2004-05 season.
After one season at CSTCC, she transferred to the University of Georgia. Due to a pre-existing medical condition, she decided to focus on her health and family in 2006.
Gibson took a three-year break from softball to travel alongside her husband Mike during his professional football career with the Seattle Seahawks. In the football off-season, she provided catching and batting lessons to local girls in her hometown of Napa, Calif.
Gibson has over six years of coaching experience at different levels, leading up to her first full-time coaching assignment with the Aggies.
Softball ends season with close games against CSUN
Wild finish caps
walk-off comeback win
UC Davis ends 2017 season at home vs. CSUN
Softball to honor its six seniors on Saturday
Brianna Warner named Big West Player of the Week
Softball wins weekend series in Santa Barbara
Four-run fourth leads to blowout victory at UCSB
Four teams earn
NCAA Public Recognition Awards