Meet Kylee Oshiro - Softball Advisor
Updated: Oct 2
CAA is extremely excited to welcome Kylee Oshiro our newest Softball Advisor from Hawaii. Kylee Oshiro resides in Oahu, Hawaii where she grew up playing baseball and softball. She spent her collegiate career in both Washington and Oregon.
In 2012, she played at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, Washington. In her freshman year, the Lutes were the Northwest Conference (NWC) Champions, West Region Championship, and went on to win the National Championship title for NCAA Division III softball.
The following year, Oshiro transferred to Pacific University (Pacific) in Forest Grove, Oregon where she completed the rest of her collegiate career. While at Pacific, Oshiro was a three time all NWC conference honoree, including a First-Team All West Region honoree. During her junior season, she competed as a dual-sport athlete, also participating in volleyball for the Boxers.
After receiving her bachelor's degree in Exercise Science, Oshiro began her coaching career while completing her master's degree in Teaching. Oshiro was a part of the Boxer coaching staff from 2015-2019. During her coaching career, she attended various camps in California, Oregon, and Washington. She also attended the National Pitching Summit in Orlando, Florida, during the summer of 2018.
Kylee is now an elementary school teacher in Hawaii, where she continues to coach various levels of softball. She is excited to help young girls further their education through the game of softball.
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