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Courtney Coppersmith

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology


Coppersmith has maintained a 3.71 GPA as she studies biochemistry and molecular biology.

She had a tremendously successful season last year, being named the America East Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year, America East Softball-Scholar Athlete, and the America East Elite 18 recipient. Coppersmith was also named a third team Academic All-American and a CoSIDA Academic All-District first team selection for the second consecutive year.

In addition to those honors, Coppersmith has been named to the President’s List twice, Dean’s List twice, and earned semester academic honors twice.


Coppersmith is universally beloved by her teammates and is readily available to help when needed.

She is an advocate for mental health and has been outspoken throughout the collegiate landscape while helping with multiple initiatives.


Coppersmith was named to the America East Helping Hands Team for her work in the community.

She, along with her teammates, serves as a mentor with the Special Olympics to help serve food and select clothes/gifts for Paul’s Place, a shelter in Baltimore. Coppersmith has also participated in the STAR program mentoring students.


Coppersmith had one of the best seasons in program history last year. She was named an All-American after finishing with a 0.93 ERA—second in the NCAA. Coppersmith managed a 19-4 record and recorded her second consecutive America East Pitcher of the Year award, becoming the first repeat winner since 2001. She helped lead the Retrievers to their second straight conference title while earning spots won both the all-conference first team and all-championship team.

In the batters box, Coppersmith finished hit .313 and finished second on the team with 19 RBI.