Shawna Feldt

Shawna Feldt

Player Profile

Position:
Assistant Coach

Experience:
Fifth Season

Alma Mater:
Oregon State '01

Shawna Feldt enters her fifth season as an assistant coach at Oregon State.

The Oregon State graduate and former All-Pacific-10 Conference player joined the Beaver staff in September of 2005.

On the field, Feldt works primarily with the Oregon State outfielders, while assisting with the middle infield position players and the catchers. Offensively, she works with the staff with all of the hitters while focusing primarily on the short-game hitters and slappers. She coordinates the visual training both on and off the field.

She also plays a major roll off the field with alumni relations, camps and clinics, and the monthly newsletter. She keys in on recruiting in the Northwest region and serve as the liaison with the training room, event management, and facilities.

In her first season as an assistant coach, Feldt helped lead the Beavers to the program's inaugural appearance in the NCAA Women's College World Series. Oregon State earned a program-best No. 5 national ranking and reeled off a school record 28-game winning streak - the longest winning streak in the nation during 2006.

As a player, Feldt spent one season at Mississippi State University before competing from 1999-01 at Oregon State. One of Oregon State's all-time great players, Feldt dominates Oregon State's career record books with her name dotting eight different batting categories, including a No. 3 ranking in singles and No. 2 in triples and a No. 5 ranking in hits and runs scored.

As a shortstop, she led the Beavers to three NCAA Regional Tournament appearances and was a two-time NCAA Regional Tournament selection. Feldt also ranks in 15 Oregon State single-season record book categories.

A three-time All-Pac-10 selection, Feldt graduated from Oregon State in 2001 with a degree in Liberal Studies.

Feldt played professional softball in the Netherlands while she also served as a coach. She returned to her hometown of Vancouver, Wash., in 2004 to coach the Fort Vancouver High School softball team. She took the struggling program to the district playoffs during her first season, and was named District Coach of the Year.

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