Corsi was a key ingredient to the only Region III championship softball team in Alfred State history. She led the Lady Pioneers to the NJCAA Division III World Series with dominating performances inside the pitcher’s circle.
During the regional championship season, Corsi earned decisions in 15 of the teams 19 games. She finished the 1994 season with an 11-4 overall record in 105 innings of work. She struck out 32 batters and had a 1.46 ERA. For her solid season, she was recognized by Region III by being named 1st team All-Region.
Her biggest victory of the season came in the regional finals when she pitched all eight innings in a 2-1 victory over Hudson Valley CC. She didn’t allow an earned run in the contest and allowed just four hits. In the final five innings, she didn’t allow a hit and allowed just one base runner.
After Alfred, Corsi went on to continue her academic and athletic career at Brockport. She then went on to coach at the University of Rochester, Monroe CC, and at the College at Brockport. She currently is the assistant director of campus recreation and an adjunct lecturer with the recreation and leisure program at Brockport. She still plays in multiple softball leagues in the summer and fall seasons.