In her 10th year at Southwestern Coach Mossadeghi has turned Southwestern Softball into one of the most competitive and successful programs in California. Consistently ranked in the top 25 in Southern California, Coach M has produced 1 NFCA All-American, 14 NFCA All-Academic Team, 1 All State, 2 All So Cal, 2 MVP PCAC, 12 PCAC 1st Team, 20 PCAC 2nd Team, 11 3CFCA All-Academic Team, 2 SWC Female Athlete of the year, 3 SWC Female Academic Athlete of the Year. In 2018 the Jaguars made their 3rd playoff appearance in a row. In 2017 with a #8 ranking the Jaguars hosted Regional Round I for the first time in the school's history. Pitcher Yazzy Jameson earned SWC Female Athlete of the year as well as CCCAA athlete of the month, and in 2016 the leader in strikeouts in Southern California (206). During the 2012 season the Jaguars after 30 years made a playoff appearance landing the Jaguars #6 in Southern California reaching regional round II playoffs ending with a 28-14 record. Pitcher/Utility Gabrielle Beasley earned 2xMVP of PCAC, received the first ever NFCA All-American in the programs history, and ranks in the top 10 in SWC's offensive and pitching records. With those efforts Mossadeghi was awarded PCAC Coach of the Year and Southwestern College Female Coach of the Year.
Prior to Southwestern, Yasmin has been the Associate Head Softball Coach for the past three years with Mount San Antonio College. While at Mt. SAC the mounties won the State Championship in 2007 & 2009 and the SCC Conference in 2007 & 2008 compiling a 135-34 record and establishing a team batting average that was no lower than .377. Coach Mossadeghi came to Mt. Sac after a two-year coaching stint at UC Davis as the Assistant Softball Coach as the Aggies made their transition from DII to DI.
In 2002 she managed for 2 years at her alma mater Cal State Fullerton where she went on to complete her Masters in Kinesiology with a focus on sport psychology and coaching. After receiving her Bachelors in Kinesiology at Cal State Fullerton, Yasmin finished her career with a .362 batting average earning All-American honors and an invite to the US National Softball Team try-outs in Chula Vista. Notching in the top ten in over ten offensive categories, Yasmin is presently the career homerun leader of CSF and 2nd in the Big West (47).
At the conclusion of her collegiate career, Yasmin spent the summer in Germany coaching and playing for the Freising Grizzlies who became German National Champions in 2005. In the summer 2006 she then went on to play in Russia for the club team Caroussel.
She is the author of the book "Between the Lines: The Mental Skills of Hitting for Softball", longstanding member of the NFCA, member and graduate of the NCAA Women's Coaches Alliance graduate #40, served as a Pinnacle Mentor for the NFCA, and NCAAWCA.