Dave Feinberg enters his second year with the
Over the years, Feinberg has worked as a head baseball coach at the junior college level, as well as a Division I assistant baseball and softball coach at various points in his career. Fortunately for
In his first year with the program, Feinberg coached
At the start of the 2006-07 school year, Feinberg, who has earned four university degrees and has worked as a school administrator, added to his duties the position of liaison for team scholastic endeavors and the C.A.T.S Academic program.
A veteran at Mike Candrea’s Southwest Softball camps prior to coming to the Old Pueblo, Feinberg was most recently on staff with the Texas Tech softball program in 2003. With the Red Raiders, he served as the hitting and outfielders coach. Under his guidance, Texas Tech’s team batting average improved 29 points, and offensive statistics improved in nearly every category, including extra-base hits, home runs and total bases.
Earlier in his career, Feinberg worked as the
Before making the jump to Division I baseball, he was head baseball coach at
Feinberg’s first collegiate coaching stop, however, came in baseball at UNLV. During his tenure as an assistant coach, the Rebels reached NCAA Regional play three times.
But Feinberg’s ties to
As a fast-pitch softball player, Feinberg’s competed for over 20 years in the men’s elite leagues. A veteran of eight ISC/ASA World Championships as a player, Feinberg and Ray played alongside one another for five years.
Feinberg has earned four degrees from the
A consummate family man, Feinberg made the decision to put his successful baseball coaching career on hold until both his daughters had graduated from high school. Feinberg and his wife of 32 years, Candace, have two daughters: Ashley and Taelor. Ashley, 28, graduated from