Coach Heather Tracy began coaching high school softball in 2000, and has been head coach of Bellevue since 2005. She has led the team to the SeaKing playoffs 6 out of the last 7 years and placed in State in the last two. In 2010, Coach Tracy led the Bellevue Wolverines to a third place finish in the 3A State Tournament, Bellevue’s best finish in school history, and then followed it up in 2011 with a fourth place finish. Prior to coming to Bellevue, Coach Tracy was the assistant coach at 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.
Coach Carrie DeCaires joined the Bellevue Wolverine softball program in 2008. Coach Carrie graduated from Mckinley High School in Hawaii in 1996 where she was a multi-sport athelete including softball, volleyball and basketball (where she continued to play at the collegiate level). Coach Carrie received her BA from the University of Washington.
Coach Heidi Mulnix is starting her 3rd year at Bellevue and is a Shorewood High School Graduate. During her career at Shorewood Heidi Received 1st team All-Wesco Pitcher, and started her senior season with a perfect game. Heidi was the predominate pitcher at Shorewood for three consecutive years. She played travel ball with the Midnight lightening, NW Thunder and the Northwest Classics. The Classics and Lightening won many of the National and Local tournaments. At the 2002 USSSA Nationals Heidi helped lead her team to win nationals by pitching all the games that week, in addition to the championship Heidi received tournament MVP. Heidi continued her career and signed with Avila University in Kansas City, Mo. In College Heidi was All Conference two years in a row and broke the national record for innings pitched in a season (289). Throughout college Heidi gave private pitching and hitting lessons to local girls. Heidi returned to Washington in 2008 where she was the pitching coach at Bellevue High School before taking the 2010 season off to raise a family.
Coach Alex Hartmann is in her second year at Bellevue High School. She is a 2007 graduate of Bellevue High School. During her career at Bellevue, Alex was a 4 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 4 year starter for the Linfield Wildcats, was a 4 time Northwest Conference player, All-Region and 2nd 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. Alex is looking to provide hitting lessons and has volunteered with local baseball/softball little league programs. Alex is currently employed by Pemco Mutual Insurance.