Sarah Prezioso returns for her fourth season as an assistant coach in 2019.
Prezioso served as assistant coach at Rutgers-Newark for two seasons and help engineer an upset in 2015 when the Scarlet Raiders stole a game from the No. 20 Cougars in their NJAC doubleheader.
She played as a professional player for the Pennsylvania Rebellion of the National Pro Fastpitch league for two seasons (2014-15). Collegiately she played at Temple University, where she was the first Owl to earn 200 career hits and broke the Atlantic-10 record for runs scored. She also set Temple record in career homeruns (28) and stolen bases (32) and the single-season homerun record as well (15).
A native of Bloomfield, she started at shortstop for the Bengals of Bloomfield High from 2007-10. Prezioso earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications Studies from Temple.