DeMoine returns for her fourth season as an assistant softball coach at Stevenson in 2014.
A 2010 graduate of Salisbury, DeMoine played four seasons for the Sea Gulls from 2007-10. During that time, she won four CAC championships, went to three NCAA Regionals and one NCAA Division III Softball Championship. As a catcher, she played in 74 games, hitting .310 with 27 hits, including five doubles and four home runs, and 33 RBIs.
As a senior, DeMoine hit .293 in 30 games, totaling 12 hits and 19 RBIs in 41 at-bats, all career-highs, while serving as a team captain and helping lead the team to a 36-6 record, a No. 3 national ranking, a CAC championship and an appearance in the NCAA Regionals. She had the best game of her career against Gallaudet on Apr. 6, 2010 when she was 3-for-4 with a double, walk, four runs and four RBIs.
DeMoine hit a career-best .370, totaling 10 hits and 11 RBIs as a junior in 2009 when the Sea Gulls won 40 games, advanced to the NCAA Division III Softball Championship and finished the year ranked at No. 5 in the final NFCA Division III Top 25.
Off the field, DeMoine was a four-time member of the CAC All-Academic Team and three-time recipient of the Salisbury University Academic Achievement Award. She was also a member of Chi Alpha Sigma National College Athlete Honor Society and Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society. A four-year member of the Dean's List, she graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor's degree in exercise science and a 3.78 grade point average.
DeMoine, an ACSM Certified Health Fitness Specialist, has worked as a PRN Health Fitness Specialist at Johns Hopkins Bayview Fitness Center and for the MAC Inc. Area Agency as an intern at the Richard A. Henson Wellness Center.
Prior to Salisbury, DeMoine was an assistant coach for the HCYP Patriots, an under-18 travel softball summer team in 2007.