HAMLER — Patrick Henry announced Friday it had hired Tracy Greene to be the next softball coach in a move to be approved during the November Board of Education meeting.
Greene, currently a business education teacher at Rossford High School, is a former assistant coach at the collegiate level as well as an all-conference player at both Owens Community College and Tiffin University.
“I am excited to be a part of the Patrick Henry community and I look forward to doing everything I can do to continue the winning tradition of Patrick Henry softball,” Greene said in a statement. “I would like to thank (PH superintendent Josh Biederstedt), (PH principal Adam Wagner) and (PH athletic director Ben George) for their belief in my ability to lead the softball program at Patrick Henry.”
George said he is confident the program has the right coach moving forward.
“We are extremely excited about bringing Tracy on board with the Patrick Henry athletic department as our new softball coach,” George said in a statement. “She has valuable experience as a coach and player at the collegiate level that will benefit our program.”
Greene replaces Mike Meyer, who retired in the spring after compiling a 206-88 record across 12 seasons in the Lady Patriots’ dugout. PH finished the 2019 season with a record of 17-5.
“Our softball program’s success over the past decade will be in good hands with Tracy,” George added. “I am confident in her ability to continue to develop strong relationships with our players and keep our program competitive.”