In eight years as head coach of the ’97 White Rock Renegades, Mark Dunlop coached the team to one gold, one silver and two bronze National Championships medals. Once, the ’97 Renegades retired from minor softball; Mark took the reins of the ’99 Renegades. In his three year tenure the team won a silver medal at the nationals.
Mark is fiercely proud that through his tenure as a head coach with the White Rock Renegades. Twenty-eight of his players won post secondary scholarships to play softball in Canada and the United States, where they could meet their athletic potential and further their education.
Mark can be reached at WomensHC@softball.bc.ca
Allison has coached softball for the past nine years; most recently with the White Rock Renegades Association.
In 2017, Allison attended the Canada Summer Games in Winnipeg as an Apprentice Coach. She is honoured and excited to be back with Team BC Softball as an Assistant Coach. She looks forward with eager anticipation to working with the talented athletes and coaches on our journey to the 2021 Canada Summer Games in Niagara Falls.
Allison can be reached at WomensAC1@softball.bc.ca
Lindsay has coached minor softball for seven years across the lower mainland. She is currently a Competition Introduction Trained coach. In 1997, Lindsay won gold while playing softball for Team BC at the Canada Summer Games in Brandon, Manitoba. She also played varsity softball at Simon Fraser University, where she won a National Championship in 1999.
Lindsay is excited to return to the Canada Summer Games in 2021, to gain invaluable experience collaborating with an exceptional coaching staff and a talented group of athletes.
Lindsay can be reached at WomensTM@softball.bc.ca
Michelle graduated from Kansas Wesleyan University with a master’s degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Sport Management. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Health, Physical Education and Recreation. While studying at Kansas Wesleyan University, Michelle was the catcher for the Women’s Softball Team. Once she completed her collegiate career, she began her coaching career an Assistant Coach, later becoming the Head Coach of her alma mater.
In 2014, Michelle coached Team BC to a gold medal at the North American Indigenous Games, and again at the 2017 Games, where the team just missed out on a medal. In 2018, she coached the Zone 2 softball team to a silver medal at the BC Summer Games in Cowichan, BC.
Due to her dedication to coaching, Michelle received Softball BC’s 2018 Coach of the Year award: as well as the City of Kelowna’s Sport Hero. At present, Michelle is the Associate Head Coach of the University of British Columbia Heat Softball Team. As well, she is Softball BC’s 2021 Canada Summer Games Women’s Team Aboriginal Coaching Mentee.
Michelle is grateful for the opportunities she has had through softball and is dedicated to supporting the growth and development of young athletes. Webster is excited to participate with the Team BC Coaching Staff working towards the 2021 Canada Games!
Michelle can be reached at WomensAC2@softball.bc.ca