Whitney Wyly enters her second season on the Patriots softball staff and was promoted to the position of recruiting coordinator for the Patriots in the Summer of 2012. Along with her responsibilities as recruiting coordinator, she is also responsible for working with outfielders and assisting with hitting instruction. In 2012, Wyly helped the Patriots reach the NCAA Regional tournament, finishing as the regional runner-up and helping the team finish with a conference-leading .346 team batting average.
Wyly also played three seasons for Coach Reed and the Patriots' softball program after transferring from The University of Texas at San Antonio. While at UTSA, Wyly finished fourth on the team in homeruns (5), while starting 34 games for the Roadrunners as a true freshman.
Wyly is one of the most decorated players in the history of the UT Tyler program. In her three seasons at UT Tyler, she compiled a career batting average of .375 while slugging 40 home runs and collecting 193 RBI's.
She ranks first in several categories in the UT Tyler softball record books- home runs (40), RBI's (193), total bases (355), sacrifice flies (14), and double plays turned (21).
She received All-American honors in 2009 and 2010, while helping the Patriots to NCAA tournament appearances in both seasons.
Wyly played on the 2009 and 2011 squads that made the NCAA D3 Women's College World Series, the only two teams to do so in school history.
Her and her husband, Vance, currently live in Whitehouse.