Marist chooses Bromberek's replacement
Colleen Biebel, a 2007 Marist graduate, will take over as the Lady RedHawks softball coach when Denise Bromberek steps down at the end of the current season.
Biebel pitched for Bromberek between 2004-07, winning two East Suburban Catholic Conference Player of the Year designations during that span and being named to the all-conference squad all four years. She also played softball at Western Illinois University, where she was a four-year starter in center field.
Biebel concluded her career with the Leathernecks as a four-time All-Summit League selection for both her sport and academically. She was also named to the CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine All-District V team in 2010. Biebel finished among WIU's top 10 in career hits, stolen bases and runs scored.
Biebel, who'll become just the second head coach in Marist's 11-year softball history, is currently a coach for the Beverly Bandits in addition to assisting with the Lady RedHawks since 2012. She previously coached the Palos Rippit softball club.