Kristin Schnake completed her first season as a student assistant coach for Georgia in 2010 and helped the Bulldogs make a return to the Women's College World Series and a second-straight final four finish. Schnake moved into the role having completed her collegiate playing career in 2009 by helping lead the Bulldogs to their first-ever WCWS.
In the summer of 2009, Schnake played her first professional season of softball as a member of the USSSA Pride. She played in 26 games for the Pride making 23 starts and batting .225 with nine runs scored.
During her three-year playing career at Georgia after transferring from Illinois, Schnake posted a .301 batting average with 108 runs and 64 RBI. She closed her career ranked fourth in assists (347), fifth in sacrifice hits (33) and tied 10th in stolen bases (42). In 2009, Schnake became the first Bulldog to earn All-SEC Defensive Team honors by getting the nod at shortstop.
A native of Richview, Ill., Schnake completed her undergraduate studies in May of 2009 with a degree in Agricultural and Applied Economics, and she is currently pursuing a Master's degree in the same field.