Auriel Day was named an assistant coach in August 2015 and she primarily works with the Logger pitchers.
Day graduated from Puget Sound in 2011. The former Logger pitcher was a workhorse in the circle. She remains among the top in numerous pitching records, including career game starts (65), complete games (47), season (137) and career strikeouts (411), season (164.2) and career (524.1) innings pitched, and saves (4). Sperberg earned Northwest Conference honors in 2010 and 2011, and was presented the Richard Ulrich Award for Leadership for the 2010-2011 year.
Although new to the collegiate coaching ranks as coach, Day has spent the last three years coaching with the Washington Ladyhawks Fastpitch Organization. She focused on pitching development and played a large role in college recruitment. She helped lead the 16U team to a 9th and 13th place finish in the National Permier Tournament, and was successful in getting many of her kids athletic scholarships to large softball programs. She is currently working at Weyerhaeuser after completing her bachelor degree in natural sciences.
Day resides in Auburn, Washington, with her husband, Logger football alum, Rick Day '13.