Beauregard hires former Auburn University softball coach Tina Deese as P.E. teacher, assistant coach

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Posted: Wednesday, June 12, 2013 4:22 pm

Tina Deese didn’t want to pack up her family and move in search of another collegiate softball job.

So the former Auburn University head coach, who was fired earlier this spring after 17 seasons leading the Tigers, decided to stay in the community in which she raised her family and teach and coach on the high school level.

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