DECEMBER 11, 2016

Tripp MacKay’s attention to detail are second to none during these sessions. Hitters not only gained improvements during the camp, they also have a plan in order to continue on the path of becoming a top tier hitter. Tripp provided a high amount of quality time with each player during the session*.

Session 1

Session 2
Session 3

*Per NCAA rules, a member institution’s sports camp or clinic shall be open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level and/or gender)

Tripp MacKay

  • Current: Assistant Softball Coach @ University of Texas
  • Director of Player Development for Scrap Yard Sports in Houston, Texas – 2016
  • Assistant University of Oklahoma – 2007-2015
  • Assistant or volunteer assistant coach at Blinn College (1999-2000), Palm Beach Community College (1998), Cardinal Newman High School (1998) and Northeast Texas Community College (1997)
During a stint stretching from 2007-2015, he helped guide the Sooners to a 389-97 overall record, eight consecutive NCAA postseason appearances, including four Women’s College World Series berths (national runner-up in 2012), five Big 12 Conference regular-season titles, two Big 12 Conference Tournament Championship crowns and the 2013 NCAA Division I National Championship. For his efforts, he shared 2013 NFCA National Coaching Staff of the Year honors and four straight NFCA Regional Coaching Staff of the Year (2012, 2013, 2014, 2015) accolades.

Helping craft offensive teams that consistently ranked among the nation’s elite during each season of his tenure, the 2013 Sooner offense proved especially potent on the way to winning the national title, leading the country in runs scored per contest (7.8) and slugging percentage (.582), while also rating in the Division I top 10 in batting average (.333), home runs per game (1.54) and doubles per game (1.57). The powerful lineup also established the NCAA single-season record for walks with 348 and set Big 12 season marks for runs scored (476), RBIs (444), slugging and on-base percentage.

Among the numerous individual offensive standouts MacKay helped tutor at Oklahoma were Lauren Chamberlain, who completed her playing days as the NCAA’s career HR leader (95 HR’s), two-time USA Softball National Collegiate Player of the Year Keilani Ricketts and multi-time All-American Shelby Pendley (finished sixth on the NCAA career HR list with 84). Overall during his time at OU, the Sooners earned a total of 19 NFCA All-America, 39 NFCA All-Region and 52 All-Big 12 Conference honors.