Shaunte' Fremin is in her first year as head coach of The George Washington University's softball program. Fremin joins the Colonials after spending two seasons with the 2003 Southeastern Confernce Champion University of Georgia softball program. Fremin was the head recruiter, hitting coach and outfield coach on a staff that was named the 2003 NFCA Southeast Region Coaching Staff of the Year. Fremin helped the Bulldogs finish eighth in the country in batting (.311) during the best season in school history at 57-14, while climbing as high as number seven in the nation. During Fremin's tenure, Georgia averaged 58 wins, the most in the nation, and increased their homerun total from eight in 2001 to 36 in 2002 to 49 in 2003.
As a player at LSU, Fremin was the team captain from 1998 to 2000 and garnered numerous awards. She was named to the NCAA Regional all-tournament team in 1999 and 2000, was a Southeastern Conference selection in 2000 and a Southeastern Conference tournament selection in 1999. Fremin is fourth on the LSU all-time list in homeruns, games played and doubles, third in RBI and second in walks. She is the career leader in putouts with 1,615 and in 1999, went the entire season without committing and error on 400 chances. During her career, the Tigers were SEC regular season champions in 2000 and 1999 and won the SEC West all four years.