Mallory is entering her seventh season as head coach. Last year the Sun Chiefs finished second in the Southern Division and fifth at the ACCC Region 22 Tournament and had an overall record of 35-27. She was also named as the Co-South Coach of the Year. In 2016 and 2017 her teams won a total 85 games. They went 43-15 in 2016 which is the most wins for a season in the college’s history. They also won Southern Division titles in those two years. Coach Radwitch was a member of the coaching staff for the 2017 NJCAA All-Star Team that competed in the prestigious Canada Cup.
As a graduate of Baker High School she grew up in Mobile, AL. She was a member of the Honeybees state championship softball team in 2005. She then attended Faulkner State where she played both volleyball and softball. While at Faulkner she received the President's Award, was a member of the All-Alabama Academic Team, and was also a member of Phi Theta Kappa. After graduating from Faulkner State with an Associate's Degree in General Studies, she attended Belhaven University in Jackson, MS, where she also played softball. While there she received honors for the 3.0 Blazer Club, All-Region, All-Conference and NAIA and NFCA 1st Team All-American Honors. She currently holds the record for most home runs in a season (18) and highest batting average in a season (.485) at Belhaven. After graduating with her B.S. in Psychology she was then a graduate assistant for two years at Belhaven. In 2010 she and the coaching staff received NFCA NAIA East Region Coaching Staff of the Year award. In 2011 she received her Masters Degree in Public Administration from Belhaven University.
She currently resides in Spanish Fort with her husband, David, and their 7 year old son Bryce and 4 year old son Brantley.