Head Coach – Felipe Caycedo (2020 -)
Felipe graduated from Bellevue High School in 2014 where he played all 4 years. Felipe was an assistant softball coach at Newport High School for 3 years. While at Newport, the 2018 softball team went on to take 5th at State. Felipe has 5+ years coaching middle school kids through the Bellevue Boys and Girls club. His ultimate goal and mission as a coach are to help, teach, and grow young athletes to be stars on the field and in the community.
Assistant Coach – Victoria Conover (2018 – )
Victoria is a 2007 graduate of Eastlake High school where she played fastpitch. After high school, she took up playing slow pitch and coaching a variety of athletics. She has 5 years of coaching experience at various levels. Victoria is a full-time firefighter and is excited to be filling her off-time coaching at Bellevue.
Assistant Coach – Alex Hartmann (2011 – )
Alex has been a coach at Bellevue since 2011. She is a 2007 graduate of Bellevue High School. During her career at Bellevue, Alex was a four-time All-King Co 3A shortstop and played volleyball earning conference honors her senior year. Alex was also the 2007 “Bellevue Female Athlete of the year” recipient. Alex played travel ball with the Absolute Blast and Washington Hurricanes. Alex continued her career at Linfield College in McMinnville, Oregon and graduated in 2011 with a degree in finance and as a member of the dean’s list. Alex was a four-year starter for the Linfield Wildcats, was a four-time Northwest Conference player, All-Region and 3rd Team All-American. Her senior year, Linfield won the NCAA National Championship with Alex batting .365 in the tournament. Alex holds several offensive and defensive school records for this nationally acclaimed softball program.
Assistant Coach – Reid Hartmann (2016 – )
Reid has been a coach at Bellevue since 2016. He is a 2013 graduate of Bellevue High School. During his career at Bellevue, he was a two-time All-King Co 3A offensive lineman on the football team, where they won four state titles during his time. Reid was also a two-time all-conference catcher on the baseball team. Reid continued his career at the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington and graduated in 2017 with a degree in Business and Theater. Reid was a recipient of the 2017 “University Leadership Programming Award For Service”. Reid was a four-year starter on the offensive line and a three-time all Northwest Conference Player. He also was the philanthropy chair for Phi Delta Theta Fraternity.
Heather Tracy retired after the 2017 season to spend more time with her family. We want to thank her time and energy she put into the BHS softball program as well as the legacy she left the program with!
Sehome and Shorecrest, where the Shorecrest Highlanders won the 4A state championship and produced several NCAA Division I softball players. Coach Tracy graduated from Shorewood High School in 1996 where she was a first-team All WesCo shortstop. She continued to play shortstop at Edmonds Community College, which finished 2nd in the NWAACC championship in 1998. She completed her BA in Physical Education at Western Washington University, has a teaching certificate and a Master’s degree in Sport and Exercise Leadership from Seattle Pacific University.
In 2009 Coach Tracy was honored as the Coach of the Year.
2019 – Coach Tracy, back to check-on Kendall Mecham, Kelly Treves and Montana Jones
Former Head Coach – Marty Martin (2018 and 2019)
Marty started as head coach at Bellevue HS in 2018. He grew up in Tacoma, attending Stadium HS where he played Basketball, Baseball and Soccer. He then went on to play soccer at Bellevue College (BCC then) where he won 2 NWAACC titles. After that he attended Methodist College in NC where he played 2 more years of soccer.
After playing soccer for 25 years and coaching it another 5 years, he began pursuing his passion for softball. Marty was an assistant coach at Green River Community College under Mark Anderton. In 2003, Marty began teaching softball coaching softball teams every since, including a year at Redmond HS (2004) and many years at the select level.
Marty was KingCo Coach of the Year in 2019
Former Assistant Coach – Makenna Pellerin (2018 and 2019)
Makenna graduated from Cal Lutheran in 2018 where she played 4 years for the Regals. She played 1st, 2nd and Shortstop and finished her freshmen year hitting .338 and a .967 fielding average!
Makenna graduated from Mercer Island in 2014…played four years of varsity softball for the Islanders…named team MVP as a freshman, junior and senior…earned Second Team All-KingCo as a junior and senior…named Honorable Mention All-KingCo as a sophomore. She played in the Little League World Series when she was 14