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The 2019 season is Magali Frezzotti’s first year as a graduate assistant coach for the Montana softball program.

She spent the 2018 season as an assistant coach at Eastern Michigan, where she mentored the team’s hitters, oversaw the team’s infield defense and handled in-game pitch calling.

Prior to joining the staff at Eastern Michigan, Frezzotti was a graduate assistant coach for two years at Concordia University in Ann Arbor, Mich., where she worked with the team’s hitters and catchers.

Frezzotti has been a catcher for her native Argentina’s national team since 2005. She represented her country at the Women’s Softball Pan American Championship (2005, ’09, ’13, ’17), the Pan American Games (2007, ’11) and the World Cup of Softball (2015).

Frezzotti was named to the all-tournament team as a catcher at the 2017 Women’s Softball Pan American Championship in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.

Frezzotti earned a bachelor’s degree in physical education from Instituto Numero 1 Dr. Enrique Romero Brest in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 2012.

She earned a master’s degree in student personnel administration in higher education from Concordia in 2017.