Brantley Mack, Lander University

Brantley Mack, Lander University

Mack remains one of the most dominant softball players in Peach Belt Conference history.  From 1996-99 she was a two-time All-American, four-time All-Region and four-time PBC All-Conference selection.  She remains the PBC career record holder in doubles and was named the 1996 PBC Rookie of the Year.

Inducted into the Lander Athletics Hall of Fame in 2011, Mack had a career .433 batting average which led the PBC until 2012.  She was named the team Most Valuable Player three times and holds the Landers school records for total bases, runs scored, hits and doubles.  Her jersey number 33 was retired by Lander. 

At the time of her induction, Mack remains ninth in NCAA Division II history in career runs scored, 10thin career hits and 21stin career doubles.

Mack currently resides in Jacksonville, Fla., where she serves as an officer in the Asset Services Corporate Active division for Merrill Lynch where she has worked for 12 years.  She played 10 seasons as quarterback for the Jacksonville Dixie Blues women’s professional football team, up until 2010.