Assistant Coaches/Team Staff
McNeese State University (2011), Texas Women's University (2013)
Former San Jacinto College standout pitcher Kelsey Walters (McClain) returns to the San Jac dugout for her fifth year as an assistant coach.
During her two years at San Jacinto College, Walters re-wrote the San Jac softball record books. Her name appears in each of the pitching records, where she holds the San Jac records for most wins in a season (31), innings pitched (263.33), and batting average against (0.107). She is third in strikeouts, second in shutouts and fifth in ERA.
After graduating from San Jacinto College, Walters went on to a stellar career at McNeese State University. In two years, she guided the Cowboys to a 69-56 record. She played in 37 games, making 20 starts. She was 4-5 as a starting pitcher with a 3.61 ERA.
Walters holds a master’s degree in kinesiology, coaching from Texas Woman’s University. Walters and her husband were married in the summer of 2014. They welcomed a daughter in 2015.
Volunteer Assistant Coach
Ball State University (2011)
Selena Reyna is beginning her first year as a volunteer assistant coach with the San Jacinto College softball team.
Reyna graduated from South Houston High School in 2012 where she played as the starting shortstop, was a four-time letter winner and earned three years of district player recognitions.
Her collegiate softball career continued at Ball State University in Munice, Indiana, starting as a shortstop during her first three years and moving to the outfield as a senior. As a four-year letter winner, Reyna helped the Cardinals win back-to-back MAC (Mid- American Conference) championship titles in 2013 and 2014. In 2015, the Cardinals won their first NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) regional game against the University of Notre Dame, a historical first for the softball program. That same year, the Cardinals won the Mid-American Tournament Championship. Reyna was named to the MAC all-freshman team in 2013 and named West Division Player of the Week in 2015.
Reyna graduated in 2016 with a bachelor’s degree in general studies and a double minor in coaching and sports studies.
Ottawa University (Kan.) (2005), Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (2007)
Carie Mueller starts her fifth season as athletic trainer at San Jacinto College. Previously she spent three years as an assistant athletic trainer at the University of North Texas where she worked with the women’s basketball team and assisted with football.
Prior to North Texas, Mueller spent four years as the head athletic trainer for two arena football teams.
In 2005, the Kansas native received her bachelor’s degree in health and fitness from Ottawa University in Ottawa, Kansas. While at Ottawa, she played basketball and was a student athletic trainer.
She then pursued her master’s degree in athletic training from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in 2007, where she worked as a graduate student athletic trainer for the Red Raider football program.
Mueller stayed in Lubbock, serving as the head athletic trainer for the Lubbock Renegades of the af2 for two years before moving to Oklahoma City. While in Oklahoma City, she was employed by Select Physical Therapy and worked primarily with the OKC Yard Dawgz (af2/AFL) for two years.
Mueller is a nationally Certified Athletic Trainer and is licensed in the state of Texas. She also has a certification as a Performance Enhancement Specialist.