Head Coach - Lisa Camarco
Lisa was hired in 2006 to begin leading the Santiago Canyon College Softball Team in its inaugural season in 2007. At the time, Lisa was serving as an assistant coach and adjunct instructor at San Diego City College (SDCC), where she was a part of the 2006 PCC Coaching Staff of the Year. Prior to coaching at SDCC, Lisa played four years of softball at Point Loma Nazarene University (PLNU) where she graduated with a degree in Physical Education and was named an Academic All-American. While playing at PLNU, Lisa helped lead the Sea Lions to three consecutive conference championships, three regional championships and four NAIA College World Series appearances. In 2006, Lisa earned an M.S. in Exercise Science with a concentration in Performance Enhancement and Injury Prevention. She is currently working toward her Doctorate in Sports Management. Lisa resides in Lake Forest with her husband Tim and son Mason.
OEC Coach of the Year: 2011, 2013, 2014
OEC Academic Team Champion Award: 2010, 2013
State Championship Appearance: 2014
Super Regional Appearance: 2013, 2014, 2015
Regional Appearance: 2011, 2013, 2014, 2015
Assistant Coach - Doug Aiken
Doug Aiken begins his 5th season on the SCC coaching staff after spending the past nine years as an assistant coach at NCAA Division III Chapman University and was promoted to associate head coach in 2009. During his time at Chapman the Panthers reached the NCAA playoffs six consecutive seasons and reached the Division III championships in 2004 and ’05. Chapman also earned West Region Coaching Staff of the Year honors twice. Doug currently serves as the Sports Information Director at Chapman and played baseball for the Panthers in 1996. He completed his bachelor’s in broadcast journalism and a Master’s degree in Organizational Leadership, both from Chapman. Doug resides in Orange with his wife Ashley and a baby scheduled to arrive in June!
Assistant Coach - Brandice Cutspec
Brandice Cutspec enters her second season on the Hawks
coaching staff after helping lead SCC to their first state championship
appearance in 2014. Cutspec is a
familiar face to the program having graduated from SCC as an All-Conference
player in 2012. She was also a part of
the first SCC softball team to qualify for play-offs. After graduating from SCC, she transferred to
Sonoma State University to continue her softball career where she graduated with a degree in Liberal Arts. Cutspec returned to SCC as an infield and hitting coach. Brandice resides in Huntington Beach and is
pursuing a Master’s degree.
Assistant Coach - Keely Starr
Keely Starr begins her 3rd season on the SCC coaching staff
after having been the head JV coach at Sunny Hills High School in 2008. She
earned her bachelor's in Psychology and was the 4 year starting center fielder
for the NCAA Division III Chapman University Panthers from 2001-2005. During
her time at Chapman the Panthers reached the NCAA playoffs three times while
placing 5th at the 2004 World Series and 3rd at the 2005 World Series. Keely
helped lead the Panthers as a selection for the 2004 Division III
All-Independent 2nd Team, 2005
All-Independent 1st Team and NFCA 2005 All-West Region 1st Team. She also
earned accolades as a member of the 2004 All-West Regional Tournament Team
& 2005 NFCA All-World Series 1st team. As of 2014, she is the current
single season leader in fielding percentage (1.000), 2nd in all-time outfield
fielding percentage (.969) & 2nd in all-time stolen bases (42). Keely
resides in Costa Mesa with her husband, Randy.