An experienced instructor and a former all-conference pitcher, Erin (Fuoroli) Bellucci begins her third season as a member of the Wheaton coaching staff in 2012.
Fuoroli, who played four seasons for regional power Keene State College before graduating in 2007, went 36-13 in the circle with a 1.78 earned run average, earning Little East Conference (LEC) all-league honors as a junior and senior. While also appearing in the outfield, Fuoroli pushed the Owls to a 117-43 record in her career with NCAA Tournament appearances during her sophomore and senior seasons. She served as a captain as a senior.
Fuoroli has been a pitching and hitting instructor at Uxbridge-based Planet Fastpitch since early 2008 while giving lessons at Extra Innings in her hometown of Warwick, Rhode Island, since 2007. The former hurler was an assistant coach at her alma mater in fall 2007, instructed at winter clinics at Keene State from 2003-07 and worked camps at the University of Massachusetts for three years. Fuoroli previously provided pitching lessons at Extra Innings in Walpole, New Hampshire, and worked youth basketball clinics for six summers at Bishop Hendricken High School in her hometown.
A three-year member of the Keene State Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), Fuoroli earned a National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) All-America honor in 2007. During the summers of 2006 and 2007, Fuoroli competed for USA Athletes International for softball series in Peru and Holland, respectively. The cum laude graduate earned a general science degree from Keene State with a certification in secondary education and currently teaches at Wamsutta Middle School in Attleboro.