Brittany Pfeiffer

Brittany graduated from St. Charles East High School in 2003. Brittany was a four year three sport athlete and was named female athlete of the year in 2003. She was a four year varsity softball letter winner, two year varsity golf letter winner and one year varsity basketball letter winner. She started on the varsity softball team as a freshman and was a three year all conference player. She was her team’s MVP from 2001 through 2003. Her ERA was never above 1.69 with over 40 victories throughout her four year career. She was inducted into the St. Charles East Hall of Fame in 2017.

Brittany went on to play Division III college softball and golf. She started her college career at Edgewood College in Madison, WI and then transferred to Aurora University. Brittany was all conference all four years of college. Her overall college record was 62-24. She helped her team win the conference championship tournament all four years. She was named all region team her senior year for the NCAA division III softball team. Brittany also excelled in college golf at Aurora University. She was all conference in 2007 and 2008.

Brittany graduated with a degree in physical education and has been teaching for the past 6 years. She has coached at the high school and middle school level. She was a pitching instructor for the Wasco Diamonds travel team as well as was a four year pitching coach for St. Charles North High School (Which finished 2nd at State in 2011). Currently, Brittany is coaching freshman softball at Stevenson High School.

When Brittany is not coaching or teaching, she loves hanging out with family, playing with her kids, running, golfing, and doing anything active.