Coaches - Softball

Mark Edmonston - Head Coach

Contact: (253) 310-3818 |

Mark Edmonston begins his tenth year as the Head Coach of the Raider Softball program, and is the all-time winningest coach in Raider Softball history. He has recorded 246 wins at the helm of the Raiders, passing former head coach and current Pierce College Chancellor, Dr. Michele Johnson (99 wins) early in the 2011 campaign.

Edmonston has won 83% of his league games in the last ten years. His team in 2011 won the fifth consecutive Western Division title, with a record of 28-2, tying the Raiders record for most league wins in a season. Edmonston’s teams have reached the NWAC Championships on eight of its nine years, including finishing in 5th place in 2011. Three times he has been named West Division Coach of the Year and has coached 44 players to 1st team West Division players including three players named as Western Division Most Valuable Players. 

Prior to taking over the program in 2008, Edmonston served for four years as an assistant coach with the Raiders, as the team's pitching coach and recruiting coordinator. In addition to his duties at Pierce, he has been very involved with coaching in the local club programs, most recently with the Washington Thunder. Edmonston is a graduate of Yakima Valley Community College, where he played on the football and golf teams. He recently retired from the Tacoma Police Department, following a distinguished career as a detective with the TPD.

Mark Edmonston
Head Softball Coach
253-912-2399 ext 8626

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