Last week, former North Carolina State star pitcher and Akron Racers pitcher Emily Weiman announced her retirement from the National Pro Fastpitch League. Weiman made announcement via her twitter account.
It’s all about the moments. Parting ways with my favorite games on an extremely high note… ❤️ pic.twitter.com/1ZkVxhpecb
— Emily Weiman (@EmilyWeimanSB) April 16, 2018
Weiman pitched three seasons in the NPF playing for the Pennsyvania Rebellion who drafted Weiman in the 2015 NPF draft and played two seasons there before playing for the Akron Racers in the 2017 season.
Weiman threw 59.2 innings in her final season in 2017 going 5-1 with 48 strikeouts and a 3.64 ERA. Weiman played at North Carolina State from 2012-2015 winning ACC Pitcher of the Year in 2013 and helped lead the Wolfpack to the Super Regional in 2015.
Weiman is a graduate assistant coach at East Carolina under Head Coach Courtney Oliver who was Weiman’s pitching coach at North Carolina State prior to getting the Head Coaching job at East Carolina following the 2015 season.