Softball Coaching Staff
Head Coach Greg Stewart
After engineering the program's first-ever softball national championship in 2011, Greg Stewart will enter his tenth year as the softball coach at Oregon Tech. In nine seasons Stewart's teams have amassed an impressive 304-131-2 mark including four Cascade Conference Championships (2006, 2008, 2011, 2012) to go with a trio of runner-up finishes (2005, 2007, 2013).
After earning back-to-back CCC regular season championships in 2011 and 2012 the Owls finished runner-up in both the regular season standings and CCC tournament last year, missing out on a third-consecutive trip to the NAIA National Tournament berth. The Oregon Tech 2013 squad finished the year with a 37-16 mark and ranked No. 20 in the final regular season NAIA Top-25 Coaches' Poll.
In 2011 Stewart was named NAIA Coach of the Year, the first Cascade Collegiate Conference school coach to be honored as the NAIA softball coach of the year. Stewart and his 2011 staff were also named the 2011 NFCA NAIA National Coaching Staff of the Year. Stewart was a Region I Coach of the Year in 2006 and 2008 and earned Cascade Collegiate Conference Coach of the Year in 2005, 2006, 2008, 2011 and 2012.
In 2012, Stewart led the Owls to just their third national championship event ending the season ranked No. 10 in the final NAIA Coaches’ Top 25 poll. Stewart's 2011Oregon Tech team became the first team in the CCC to win the softball national championship in the 31-year history of the event.
The Texas native grew up in Houston then headed north to Sterling College (Kansas) where he received a degree in accounting while playing four years of baseball. As a senior Stewart garnered first team all-conference and team MVP recognition. After assisting in football and baseball Greg took the head baseball job at Sterling in the fall of 1997. In 1999 the Warriors won the KCAC title and received a Great Plains regional tournament berth. After four years as the head coach at Sterling, Greg moved on to Virginia where he took the head baseball job at Bluefield College during the 2002 and 2003 seasons. In 2003 the Rams of Bluefield recorded their first winning season in six years. Stewart then moved on to Portland, Oregon where he became the assistant baseball coach at Lewis and Clark for the 2004 season before moving south to Klamath Falls. Greg's lovely wife, Nellie, is the Executive Assistant to the Vice President of Student Affairs and Dean of Students. Greg is the proud father of two daughters, Aubrey 13, Lindey 6 and step-daughter, Lanie 5.
Assistant Coach Alex Reynolds