LSU
Shanute' Fremin
Title
Volunteer Coach

Shaunte’ Fremin will serve as the Tigers’ volunteer assistant coach this season. A four year starter at first base, Fremin will assist with the infield and help out in other various areas.

“Shaunte has played an invaluable part in bridging the past LSU softball tradition with this coaching staff and helped with our knowledge of the team we inherited,” said Girouard.

The Belle Chasse native was a 2000 All-SEC selection and was named to the NCAA Regional All-Tournament team in 1999 and 2000. She was a member of two Southeastern Conference Championship teams and started in 217 games for the Tigers during her career.

Fremin finished her career hitting .265 with 144 hits, 30 doubles, 15 home runs and 104 RBI. She holds the LSU single season record for most putouts with 514, which she set as a freshman in 1997. For her career she totaled 1615 putouts, an LSU career record. During her junior year, Fremin did not commit an error in 383 chances.

On December 15, 2000, Fremin graduated with a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology/sports administration from LSU.

A four-year lettermen at Belle Chase High School, Fremin was the All-Plaquemine Parish MVP from 1993-96. She was also the Westbank MVP in 1994 and 1996 along with several other accomplishments.

“She is a wonderful, dedicated young woman who will have a bright career in softball,” Girouard said.