Marcie Green-Jones is in her fourth year as an assistant coach on the Fresno State softball coaching staff.
A four-year standout for the Bulldog softball program at pitcher, Green-Jones came to Fresno State after serving three years as an assistant coach at the College of Sequoias. COS finished third place at the 2003 state tournament and was part of a coaching staff that was selected as the 2003 National Fastpitch Coaches Association/California Junior College Coaching Staff of the Year.
While COS captured two conference titles (2002 and '03) under her assistance, she also coached her first NFCA All-America pitcher. In addition, Green-Jones served as adjunct faculty member who taught a physical education class on Fundamentals of Fast Pitch Softball.
In the Amateur Softball Association arena, Green-Jones was as an assistant coach for the Valley ICE Softball Organization for two years and helped the 18-under team reach the national tournament in 2001 and 2002. Also, Green-Jones co-directed the Fresno Force Softball Organization (1992-95). As co-head coach she helped the 16-under team to a national title in 1993 while reaching nationals with numerous age groups with the Fresno Force.
Green-Jones wrapped up her Bulldog career listed among the school's career top five in virtually every pitching category. The two-time all-Big West honoree guided Fresno State to three Big West Conference titles en route to four NCAA Regional appearances and three Women's College World Series showings.
The two-time team co-MVP was named all-WCWS as a freshman when the Bulldogs finished as the national runner-up in 1990. With a tournament leading 14 strikeouts at the WCWS, she recorded shutout wins over Arizona and Oklahoma State. The next two years she would be decisive in the circle for the Bulldogs as she won the regional championship games that sent the Bulldogs to the WCWS in 1991 and '92, in which the `Dogs finished third both years.
As a Bulldog, Green-Jones went 86-26 in the circle with 60 shutouts and 584 strikeouts in 779.1 innings pitched for a 0.66 ERA. In addition, she appeared in 119 games and started 112 while tossing 104 complete games. Throwing four no-hitters and tallying three 20-win seasons, she ranks among the program's top pitchers.
The Visalia, Calif., native, graduated from Fresno State with a bachelor of science degree in criminology in 1994.