Kirin Kumar was a member of the Golden Hurricane coaching staff for five years. Her duties included working with the outfielders and serving as recruiting coordinator and dugout coach.
Kumar graduated from Georgia Tech in May 2005 with a degree in business management. She was a starting utility player for the Yellow Jackets for four seasons, playing a total of six positions. Kumar played under Bargfeldt at Georgia Tech during the 2004 season.
The Santa Ana, Calif., native saved her best season in a Yellow Jacket uniform for her senior campaign in 2005. Starting 61 of the team's 65 games, she helped Tech win the ACC regular season and tournament titles and finish as runners-up at the NCAA Regional in Athens, Ga. During the postseason, she led the Ramblin' Wreck with a .353 batting average, including a .500 average at the ACC Tournament while earning a spot on the all-tournament team.
During her senior season, she finished fourth on the squad with a .322 batting average with six doubles and 20 RBI. Kumar also posted a .348 on-base percentage and a .986 fielding percentage, and was the 14th toughest player in the country to strike out as a senior.
In her career, Kumar played in 251 games, ranking second all-time at Georgia Tech. Her senior class also graduated as the winningest class in Tech history, while leading Tech to its first two ACC titles and four straight NCAA appearances.
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