Meet the Team

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Amanda White

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Amanda White was named the head coach of the Brunswick Community College softball program in November of 2020. White was first hired by the Brunswick Community College in January of 2020 as the assistant coach overseeing pitchers, hitters, and middle infielders. Previous to coaching at BCC, White assist the softball program at John T. Hoggard High School for the 2018-19 season, coached in all capacities (including as the head softball coach) at Walter Hines Page High School in Greensboro from 2016-2018, and has served as a head coach and program director for the Post 545 Lady Legion program for the inaugural season in 2019.

 

Amanda White graduate from Meredith College in 2015 with a degree in chemistry and with a secondary science certification. As a member of the Meredith College Avenging Angels, White was awarded 2015 NCAA DIII Statistical Champion for slugging (.990), USA South Conference Player of the Year in 2014, NFPA All-Regional teams twice, USA South All-Conference four years (3 years first team), NCCSIA All-State College Division selection three years, and four years as the offensive MVP. Playing in 143 games as an Angel, White broke eight different hitting records and currently holds seven records (slugging, runs scored, hits, doubles, triples, home runs, and total bases). She finished her college career hitting a home run that earned her the highest slugging percentage in the country in Division III, with a .990 average.

 

Amanda White resides in Wilmington, NC where she teaches chemistry. 

Instructors

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Jo'Landa Sidbury

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Jo'Landa Sidbury graduated from Saint Augustine's University in 2015 with a Bachelors of Science degree in Human Performance and Wellness and a secondary exercise science certification.  As a member of the SAU softball team within the CIAA conference,  Sidbury was awarded the MVP award, 2015 Dakronics Player of the Year, Highest GPA Award, and much more.  In 2013, Jo'Landa played with the USA International team in Europe (Italy), touring the country and playing multiple teams throughout the country.  Playing in over 200 games over the course of 4 years, Sidbury broke records to include: most hit home runs (24), RBI's, and slugging averages. Still today, she holds those records.

 

After graduating, Jo'Landa got married and has two handsome boys.  She became a teacher within the Brunswick County Schools district in 2016 teaching Health and Physical Education.   She was named the Head coach for Volleyball, Girls Basketball, Track, and Soccer.  She also assisted with girls softball.  In 2020, Jo'Landa transferred from Waccamaw School to  Town Creek Middle School where she was named the Head softball coach,  but was offered the opportunity to join the University of North Carolina Wilmington's staff. Teaching through the University, she has become the Athletic Director at D.C. Virgo Preparatory Academy as well as the Physical Education and Health teacher there.  She currently resides in Wilmington, NC with her family and plans to make softball a lifelong commitment, preparing young athletes to be college athlete-scholars.

Board Members

Board members of our newly formed non-profit, will be announced in December. the purpose of the board is to ensure the success of That Power Game. Decisions about the future of That Power Game will be made by the founder and the members of the board.