Marianne Bullis returns for her fourth season to coach her alma mater.
Bullis played for the Utes from 1994-97 at the catcher and designated player positions.
As Interim Co-Head Coach, Bullis sees to many of the head coaching responsibilities in addition to the program's day-to-day operations.
She primarily works with the catchers and on hitting technique and also serves as the recruiting, travel and camps coordinator.
Bullis served as an assistant coach at four different schools after leaving Utah. Her first stop was at Colorado State, where she was an assistant from 1998-99. Bullis then moved on to Navarro College in Texas, where she helped lead the Bulldogs to conference and regional titles. She also helped guide the Bulldogs to their first-ever NJCAA Tournament appearance that year.
After leaving Navarro, Bullis joined on as an assistant at Indiana State from 2000-01. There she was involved with the Sycamores' recruiting and scouting efforts, conditioning and fundraising events. Bullis also worked daily with the hitters, infielders, catchers and outfielders.
Bullis then joined the softball program at Miami (Ohio) from 2001-02. At Miami, Bullis' responsibilities included coordinating recruiting and travel, instructing catchers and outfielders and assisting with hitting.
Bullis holds two degrees from the U., a B.S. in geography and a B.S. in environmental studies. Currently, she is working on her masters degree in kinesiology from the Texas Women's University. Bullis has also achieved her certificate as a master coach from the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA).
Away from softball, the Tooele, Utah, native enjoys fishing, spending time with her family and friends and experiencing the outdoors, especially the mountains.