Courtney Gettins Biography

January 17, 2020
First published on:January 17, 2020
by Sademba

Facts of Courtney Gettins

Birth Nation: New Zealand
Height: 5 Feet 7 Inch
Birth Name Courtney Gettins
Birth Place Hastings, New Zealand
Famous Name Courtney Gettins
Father Kevin Gettins
Father Nationality Kiwi
Mother Charmaine Gettins
Mother Nationality Kiwi
Net Worth $20,000
Salary $27,000
Past Team Alabama Crimson Tide softball
Siblings Mel and Josh Gettins
University Team Alabama Crimson Tide softball
No. of Instagram Followers 2.8k followers
Position in Team pitcher
Current team Jacksonville Dolphins Softball team
Nationality Kiwi
Profession Softball Player, Graduate Asistant Coach
Currently Working For Jacksonville Dolphins Softball team
Awards Member of the New Zealand National Team
Current City Jacksonville, Florida
University attended University of Alabama
School attended Iona College, South Florida Western College
Squad No 4 including, 2 in junior and 2 in senior
Caps 4
World Cup Game 4

Courtney Gettins is currently the Graduate Assitant Coach for the Jacksonville Dolphins Softball team. She Played for the Alabama Crimson Tide softball team in NCAA Division I in 2018 & 2019. She recently joined the Jacksonville Dolphins after graduating from the University of Alabama after Majoring in psychology. She was a Member of the New Zealand U-19 who participate in two Junior Women's World Series. Kiwi also played for New Zeland, Women's Senior softball team in two Senior Women's World Championships. 

Gettins was born on September 25, 1996, to Kevin and Charmaine Gettins in Hastings, New Zealand. Her father Kevin was the softball coach while she attended Iona College in New Zealand. She moved to Florida Southwestern College on a scholarship in 2016. The 23-year-old has two siblings, Mel Gettins, who also plays for the New Zeland Womens softball National team and brother Josh Gettins.

Courtney Gettins Salary and Net worth

Courtney Gettins estimated net worth is $20,000. She recently joined the Jacksonville Dolphins softball team as Graduate Assistant Coach at Jacksonville University. Apart from playing for College and University,  She played for the two U19 and two senior World softball series with the team New Zealand. 

The future for Courtney is bright; she is focusing on being a softball coach at a very young age although we might not see her as a player like Rachel Garcia & Sierra Romero, we can expect her to be a successful softball coach before long. This decision of her will surely increase her fortune and networth if she turns up to be a sucessful coach and finds a spot in any team in NCCA Division I or National Pro Fastpitch-Wome's Pro Softball League.

Courtney Gettins Playing Career and Accolades

Courtney had a good spell of softball player during her tenure at Florida Southwestern University (Freshman/Sophomore, 2016-2017) & Alabama Crimson Tide Softball team (Junior and Senior year, 2018-2019 ) at the University of Alabama.

Courtney Gettins getting ready to pitch for Alabama Crimson tide, post on her Instagram on December 10, 2018. SOURCE: Instagram: @courtneygettins

During her college playing career at Florida Southwestern University as a Scholarship recruit in 2016, she received several Accolades for her Performance as Pitcher for the team. Following are the history of her nominations:

As a Freshmen (2016)
  •  Dudley NJCAA Division I National Pitcher of the Year
  •  NJCAA Division I 1st Team All-American
  •  Fastpitch News NJCAA Division I National Pitcher of the Year
  •  Fastpitch News NJCAA Division I 1st Team All-American
  •  NFCA NJCAA Division I 1st Team All-American
  •  NFCA NJCAA Division I 1st Team All-Region
  •  FCSAA Region 8 1st Team All-State
  •  FCSAA Region 8 All-Tournament Team
  •  Suncoast Conference All-Academic Team
  •  Suncoast Conference Pitcher of the Year
  •  Suncoast Conference 1st Team All-Conference
  •  NJCAA Division One, National Pitcher of the Week 
  •  NJCAA Region 8 Pitcher of the Week 
  •  NJCAA Region 8 Pitcher of the Week 
  •  NJCAA Region 8 Pitcher of the Week 
  •  NJCAA Region 8 Pitcher of the Week
As A Sophomore (2017)

  • Signed NLI with the University of Alabama
  • NJCAA Division I 1st Team All-American
  • Fastpitch News NJCAA Division I 1st Team All-American
  • Fastpitch News NJCAA Division I Preseason All-American
  • NFCA NJCAA Division I 1st Team All-American
  • NFCA NJCAA Division I 1st Team All-Region
  • FCSAA Female Athlete of the Year
  • FCSAA Region 8 Pitcher of the Year
  • FCSAA Region 8 1st Team All-State
  •  FCSAA Region 8 All-Tournament Team
  •  Suncoast Conference All-Academic Team
  •  Suncoast Conference Pitcher of the Year
  •  Suncoast Conference 1st Team All-Conference
  •  Fastpitch News NJCAA Division I National Pitcher of the Week 
  •  NJCAA Region 8 Pitcher of the Week 

After she moved to the University of Alabama for her Junior and Senior year. Her Performance as the player of   Alabama Alabama Crimson Tide Softball team at NCCA Division I, was prolific which can be recognized by the following stats on the table:

 

Junior (2018)
  • Posted a 14-5 record and 2.48 ERA over 26 appearances, including 18 starts
  • Pitched a five-inning no-hitter in her debut for Crimson Tide against Lamar (February 9), becoming the first pitcher in Alabama history to throw a no-hitter in their debut
  • Tossed a complete-game victory in the run-rule win over 24th-ranked McNeese (February 17), allowing just one run on three hits
  • Pitched 5.0 shutout innings in the start against UAB (February 27) to earn the win
  • Earned a win in relief against BYU (March 2), throwing 6.0 innings
  • Didn't allow an earned run over 11.0 innings pitched at the Easton Crimson Classic, defeating Fordham (March 9) and Samford (March 11)
  • Took the tough-luck loss in game three at Auburn (March 18), entering in relief of injured pitcher Alexis Osorio and shutting the Tigers out until a two-run comeback in the seventh inning
  • Earned a win in relief against UAB (March 20)
  • Threw two complete-game victories against Ole Miss in games one (March 23) and three (March 25), allowing just three runs over 12.0 innings pitched
  • Held Florida (April 8) to two runs over 4.2 innings pitched, ultimately taking a no-decision in the starting effort
  • Threw a complete-game victory against Southern Miss (April 18)
  • Went a distance for a complete-game win over Texas A&M (May 5) to secure the series victory, holding the Aggies to four runs, two earned
  • Picked the win in relief in game three against Texas A&M (May 6), tossing a three-up, three-down eighth inning
  • Pitched a complete-game shutout over Middle Tennessee (May 18) to open NCAA regional play
Senior (2019)
  • She made 17 appearances, including ten starts
  • She made her season debut against Murray State (February 9)
  • Earned her first win against Illinois-Chicago (February 17), throwing 4.0 innings with just one run allowed
  • Threw a complete-game victory against ULM (February 24), allowing only one run on three hits
  •  Consecutive game start against SIUE (March 14) and Niagara (March 15), earning wins in both
  • Pitched a complete-game victory in the second contest against Mississippi State (March 30), holding the Bulldogs to two runs, one earned, with four strikeouts and one walk
  • Pitched 5.0 shut out innings in the start vs. Belmont (April 23) to earn the win.

Following her impressive college and University playing career, she opted for a coaching career at the Jacksonville University Softball team at the age of 23. She could have continued as a softball player, but she is happy to pursue her coaching career now.

Relationship Status and Boyfriend

Although Cortney is just 23-year-old, she seems to be too focused on her career rather than other things currently. She is busy getting involved with her coaching work and enjoying her life single. 

Courtney is seen with her friends most of the time enjoying her life, her recent Instagram post on December 28, 2019. SOURCE: Instagram @courtneygettins

We could see her post on Instagram with 2.8 k followers, mostly about her work and her fun time with friends. We can conclude that she is still single, and the relationship in her life, for now, is not on her priority list, or maybe the right one for her is yet to be found.

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