Bree Nasti is in her fourth season as an assistant coach at Stony Brook. Nasti's main responsibility is to work as the Seawolves' hitting coach. She also works closely with the outfielders.
Under Nasti's tutelage, the Seawolves offense has hit for power, averaging 33 home runs and more than 68 doubles a season, and for average, posting the highest team batting average in 2009 (.299) since joining the Division I ranks.
In 2009, Stony Brook set school records in RBI (231), runs (251), doubles (79), stolen baes (75) and slugging percentage (.475). Under Nasti they've also set records for sacrifices (62) and hit-by-pitch (46).
Before coming to Stony Brook, Nasti was an assistant coach at St. John's. Prior to St. John's, Nasti spent one season at Hofstra. A 2004 graduate of Buffalo with a degree in psychology, Nasti owns virtually every Bulls' offensive record. She was a four-year letterwinner and a three-time regional All-American as well as a three-time All-Mid-American Conference selection. Nasti left UB as the all-time leader in average (.387), home runs (27), RBI (113), hits (197), doubles (46), triples (7), runs (93) and walks (66). In 2002, she set the UB and MAC single season record with a .451 batting average. Nasti also performed well in the classroom, earning Academic All-District I from 2002-2004, Academic All-MAC in 2003 and the SUNY Chancellor's Award in 2004. She was also a three-time UB Scholar-Athlete.
A native of Baldwin, New York, Nasti was a three-time high school All-American and holds the single season national high school record with a .774 batting average. Nasti has worked many camps including Julie Bolduc's Pro-Pitch Camp, the Adelphi Softball Camp, Hofstra Softball Clinic, Molloy Baseball Camp and the Stony Brook Softball Camp.