Matignon High School has announced that Paul Greene will be its next head coach for its varsity softball team.
Greene was most recently the assistant varsity coach at Arlington High School
and prior to that the assistant coach at Emmanuel College. A Merrimack College
alumnus and Woburn resident, Greene has been the head coach of Tanner Pride ASA Junior Olympic Softball Team for the past 16 years. Under his leadership, he has helped place numerous female student-athletes in collegiate programs around the country, according to the school's announcement.
Greene's coaching accomplishments include winning the New England ASA Regional Championship in 2001 and numerous trips to ASA, NSA and FAST National Championships.
Joining Greene on his staff is Michelle Morales (Greene), Katie Davis, Lucia Reed, and Tim County.
“My incoming experienced coaching staff and myself are looking forward to continuing the Matignon softball winning tradition for the upcoming 2014 season", said Greene in a press release.
Morales was most recently the head coach at Arlington High and previously head coach at Emmanuel College. Prior to joining the staff at Emmanuel in 2008, Morales was an assistant coach at Emerson College.
Davis was a three-time captain of the University of Southern Maine Softball team and was First Team All-LEC. She also captained the Ice Hockey team and was a former All-Scholastic in hockey at Woburn High.
Reed is a 2009 graduate of Union College. She was four year-letter winner in softball at Union and a former captain and Bay State Conference All Star while at Braintree High School.
County coached at Arlington High School and has coached Middle-Essex softball League Arlington U18 team.
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