Head Coach Breanna Myers
Breanna Myers is in her fifth season as the head softball coach for St. Petersburg College. A native of Dunnellon, she comes back to her alma mater, having received an associate degree in business administration from SPC in 2004. She earned her bachelor’s degree in business administration from Delta State University in 2006 and a master’s
degree in exercise science from the University of South Florida.
She was All-Conference both years as well as an Academic All-American at SPC. She continued her success at Delta State receiving All-Conference and
All-Region honors. She averaged .350 both years with 26 HR, 99 RBI’s in her two years at DSU. Coach Myers maintained a 3.8 GPA and received the National
Fastpitch Coaches Association Scholar Athlete and All-Conference Academic awards. Bre brings knowledge and experience to our program.
Joining Myers are Assistant Coaches: Kristen Metcalf and Dave Machen.
A message from the Coach
Every year the softball program continues to grow and improve. The staff feels confident that we have recruited a strong freshman class. I look forward to teaching
the game, good sportsmanship and improving life skills on and off the field.
The conference is strong and expectations are very high. Pride, hard work and advancing to the next level are a constant and expected result of the team. The effort given by all the players will reflect to wins on the field.
Assistant Coach Dave Machen
Coach Dave brings more than 25 years of fast pitch coaching experience back to St. Petersburg College. He comes to SPC after seven years at State College of Florida as the Assistant Head Coach. While at SCF, he helped develop a nationally ranked program that won the regional championship in 2012 and finished 6 out of 16 teams at the national championships. Prior to SCF, Coach Dave spent seven years as an assistant coach at SPC.
Coach Dave spent many years coaching little league softball amassing many district titles. He spent four years coaching in the Clearwater Lady Bomber organization and won many state and national tournaments. In1994, his 14-and-under team became the first fast pitch team in Florida to win a game at the ASA national tournament. He was named the NSA Coach of the Year in 1996 when his 16-and-under team won the NSA national tournament in Columbus, Ohio and was ranked number three in the Nation by Fastpitch World
Magazine. He is an outstanding recruiter and helps tremendously with the framework of future teams.
Coach Dave is married to a wonderful wife, Valerie, has two children, Bryan and Karrie and one grandchild, Logan.