|1997–2000||University of Florida|
|Coaching career (HC unless noted)|
|Stetson University (Asst.)
University of Houston (Asst.)
Florida International University
|Accomplishments and honors|
Sun Belt Conference Coach of the Year (two-time)
Torina was an assistant coach for the Stetson University softball team for two seasons from 2000 to 2002. She then moved on to the University of Houston from 2003 to 2007. She accepted her first head coaching position at Florida International University (FIU) from 2008 to 2011. She was a two-time Sun Belt Conference Coach of the Year while at FIU.
In 2012, she became the fourth head coach in LSU Lady Tigers softball history since the program was reinstated in 1997. In her first year as head coach, she led the Lady Tigers to the 2012 Women's College World Series, reaching the quarterfinals.
Torina is also manager of the USSSA Pride since 2012. They are a women's softball team based in Kissimmee, Florida, United States. The USSSA Pride became a part of the National Pro Fastpitch League (NPF) in 2009.
Torina is a former member of the Florida Gators softball team. While at Florida, she was a member of the 1998 Southeastern Conference regular season championship team as the squad's top pitcher. She posted 60 career wins, which as of 2012 ranks tied for fourth in the Florida Gators record book.
Head coaching record
|Florida International University (Sun Belt Conference) (2008–2011)|
|LSU Lady Tigers (Southeastern Conference) (2012–Present)|
|2012||LSU||40-25||15-13||2nd (West)||WCWS Quarterfinals|
|2013||LSU||42-16||15-8||1st (West)||NCAA Regionals|
|LSU:||120-65 (.649)||43-32 (.573)|
|2012||LSU||6-2||.750||Eliminated by Arizona Wildcats in Super Regionals|
|2013||LSU||2-2||.500||Eliminated by UL-Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns in NCAA Regionals|
|2014||LSU||3-2||.600||Eliminated by Arizona Wildcats in NCAA Regionals|
|Totals||11-6||.647||'3 Regionals (Won 1)
1 Super Regionals
|LSU Lady Tigers softball Coach