Sacred Hearts hires alum Keicha Brunn as softball coach

Keicha Brunn, a 2010 Sacred Hearts graduate, returned to become head coach of the softball team in 2019. Photo courtesy of Sacred Hearts Academy.

Former catcher Keicha Brunn is the new softball coach for the Sacred Hearts Lancers.

The Sacred Hearts athletic department made the announcement this week. Brunn was part of the 2007 ILH and state Division II championship team. The team also reached the D-I semifinals in ’08 and the D-I quarterfinals in ’09.

Brunn has coached club softball for the past six years, specializing in pitchers and catchers.

Brumm replaces Jeremy Shimokawa, who led the Lancers to a 2-14 record in Division I in the ILH this season. Sacred Hearts’ season ended in the ILH tournament on Wednesday in a 19-0 loss to ‘Iolani.

Roosevelt’s Brianne Leong slid across the plate to score a run behind Sacred Hearts catcher Keicha Brunn in a game in 2009. Star-Bulletin photo by George F. Lee.


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