Alex Campione
Title: Head Coach
Phone: 978 542-7260
Email: acampione@salemstate.edu

SALEM, MASS. -- Alex Campione was hired as Salem State's softball coach in 2018 after spending three seasons as the head coach at Wentworth Institute. Previously, Campione was an assistant coach at Franklin Pierce University. With the Ravens she served in several capacities, while specifically working with the pitchers and catchers. During her first season (2014) Franklin Pierce picked up 10 victories in the competitive Northeast-10 Conference, which tied a program record for most conference wins in a single season. Additionally, the team's earned run average improved from the 2013 season.

Campione received her Master's Degree in counseling, with a concentration in sport psychology from Boston University in 2015 and is employed as a child and family therapist. She is currently receiving her license as a Mental Health Counselor (LMHC). While at Wentworth she was the department liaison for Project 40, which was a campus wide initiative developed to help students' take control of their happiness by building resiliency skills.  

A 2013 graduate of Holy Cross with a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and a Bachelor of Arts degree in English, Campione played softball during her freshman season, helping the Crusaders post a 14-win season. Campione started 23 of the 28 games in which she appeared and was tied for fourth on the team with 10 walks.

She spent her final three seasons as a member of the Crusaders' ice hockey team, where she tallied 40 points (18 goals, 22 assists) in 71 career games. A two-time ECAC East All-Academic selection, she was the 2013 recipient of the program's Seventh Player Award, which is given to the player who displays character exceeding program expectations on and off the ice.

A native of Townsend, Mass., Campione attended the Pomfret School where she earned 12 varsity letters in field hockey, ice hockey, and softball and was the 2009 recipient of the Pomfret Bowl, given to the best athlete in class by a vote of their peers.