NAIA All-American to Join Softball Staff
Former Oregon Tech All-American to join softball coaching staff.
KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – After a stellar three-year baseball career at Oregon Tech, OIT softball coach Greg Stewart announced that former NAIA All-American Ryson Mauricio will join the coaching ranks for the Owls this upcoming season.
Mauricio enters his first year as an assistant on the Oregon Tech softball staff after playing baseball for the Owls the past three seasons. Mauricio led the 2009 Oregon Tech baseball team to a school-best 33-25 record, while also recording its first 30+ win season in school history. The Tech second baseman was a huge part of back-to-back NAIA West South Division championships for Oregon Tech in both 2009 and 2010.
While at Oregon Tech, Mauricio was named a NAIA Second Team All-American after rewriting the Oregon Tech record book in 2009. Mauricio set the single-season program records for runs (53), total bases (148), hits (85), doubles (21), RBI (69) and home runs (14). Mauricio also led the NAIA west in five of those categories, including hits, runs, RBI, doubles and total bases. In 2009 Mauricio hit a team-leading .378 with a .658 slugging percentage and capped his collegiate career hitting .340 for the Owls in 2010.
Mauricio will be involved in day-to-day duties that include batting and infielder work.
Oregon Tech opens up the 2011 campaign with a tripleheader in Redding, Calif. on Saturday, February 12th, facing No. 6 ranked Concordia-Irvine in game 1 of the Simpson University tournament.
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