Miranda Ervin

me catching stateMiranda is the owner of T2 Softball Training alongside her sister, Shaina. What started as a dream has now became a reality with their very own facility. Wanting to be closer to one another, Miranda and Shaina decided to settle in Burlington, NC to pursue dreams that brought them closer to one another and to the sport they love so much. Miranda spent 2 seasons in Philadelphia as the Head Softball Coach at Drexel University. Prior to her time in Philadelphia, Ervin was the assistant softball coach for the Carolina Diamonds, a professional softball team in the National Professional Fastpitch League. There, in 2012, she was named part of the Coaching Staff of the Year.

Prior to helping lead the Carolina Diamonds, Miranda was the Head Softball Coach at Queens University of Charlotte. In Miranda’s second season at Queens University of Charlotte, the Royals reached 30 wins for the first time in six years. Senior pitcher Chantel Dodge was also named Conference Carolinas Pitcher of the Year for the second time in her career.

Joining the Queens staff in 2008 as an assistant, she worked predominantly with the pitchers and the catchers. Miranda had an immediate impact, as pitchers have ranked as high as10th in the nation in strike outs, and have earned honors including pitcher of the week, student athlete of the month, all-tournament team, and all-conference. Individual success carried over to the team, as Queens was crowned Conference Carolinas champions en route to an appearance in the semifinals at regionals.

Miranda has been a member of Team Fiorini Professional Softball team in Fiorini, Italy, both as a player and an assistant coach. Many of Miranda’s teammates were members of the Italian Olympic Softball team.

During her time at N.C. State she was a four-year catcher for the Wolfpack’s softball team. During her junior season she helped the Pack to defeat Pacific with a pinch-hit walk-off grand slam.  For her career at N.C. State she appeared in 222 games, had 168 hits and recorded 26 homeruns.