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Kelly Nasrawi begins her tenth year at Modesto Junior College as the Women’s Head Softball Coach. Prior to MJC, Kelly was the Head Coach of the Downey High School Girls Softball Program in Downey, California for three years. During her stay at Downey High School, she built a winning program and led her Lady Vikes to playoffs two of the three years. She also helped many of her athletes go on and play at the next level, some at local junior colleges as well as out of state schools. Kelly relocated to Modesto, her hometown, ten years ago and is currently teaching at Johansen High School.
Kelly is a graduate of Downey High School in Modesto, California where she was a standout athlete in volleyball, basketball, and softball for four years. Kelly has an extensive softball background, playing competitively for fifteen years, which includes playing Division I softball at Long Beach State. Kelly was on the President’s Honor Roll and received the Academic Athlete Award all four years at Long Beach State. Kelly also received a Big West Conference Honorable Mention her senior year (2001) and at the end of her college career she held the 9th spot on Long Beach State’s all-time list of career strikeouts.
Kelly earned her Bachelors Degree in Health Science from Long Beach State in 2001 and her Master’s Degree in Physical Education from Azusa Pacific University in 2007. In addition to coaching the Women’s Softball team this year, Kelly will also be a part-time instructor at Modesto Junior College.
Thad Brown returns to the MJC coaching staff for his third year as an Assistant Coach. Thad came to MJC from San Jose State, where he was an assistant coach as well. Coach Brown has an extensive coaching background, including: 10 years in Open Division Fast Pitch; working with Major League scouts; coaching at Johansen, Beyer and Downey; as an assistant coach at Delta College; as an assistant coach, hitting and defense instructor, for the USA National Team Men’s Fast Pitch; and coaching in Pan Am events and ISF World Cup events in several countries. He semi-retired from coaching in 2014, however he is delighted to be back at MJC. He loves the game, enjoys teaching fundamentals and passing the passion for the game on to young athletes. In addition to coaching at MJC, Thad will continue his career in sales and marketing.
Reggie Santa Elena begins his first year at Modesto Junior College as an Assistant Coach for the Pirates. Reggie is embarking on his first college coaching experience, coming to MJC from Dublin High School, where he was the head coach in 2016. He has coached for several years at the high school level, as well as with Ripon Rampage Fastpitch Softball. Reggie grew up playing sports, including football and basketball, and also men’s softball as an adult. Reggie is a bay area native and he currently resides in Tracy with his wife, Andria, and his three daughters: Crystal, Katelynn, and Jordan. In addition to coaching at MJC, Reggie is employed at Hitachi Data Systems as HNAS Global Support Engineer since 2007.