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|Lady Mustangs Coaching Staff|
Jim Fisher’s took over as head softball coach in 2009. Since his start as Head Coach, Delta has posted a 233-99 record. In 2011, Delta went 44-2, winning the competitive Big 8 conference championship and finishing runner-up at the State Tournament. All seven sophomores received scholarships to pursue their degrees at 4-year institutions. In 2009 and 2012, the Lady Mustangs finished in 2nd place in the Big 8 Conference. The 2014-2015 Delta teams finished their seasons tied for 5th place in state. In 2007, he served as head baseball coach. Previous to that, he spent seven years as an assistant baseball coach here at Delta College.
Prior to Delta College, Fisher spent the 1998-99 school year at Bakersfield College as an infield instructor. Coach Fisher was also an assistant coach for his alma mater, Fresno State, from 1996-98. During the summers, Fisher coached the Brewster Whitecaps of the Cape Cod Baseball League, Anchorage Bucs of the Alaska League and most recently, the Stockton Senators.
As a player, Fisher played baseball at Fresno State from 1994-95. The 1995 team won the Western Athletic Conference championship. Prior to Fresno State, Fisher played at Modesto Junior College (1993) and University of Washington (1992). The 1992 University of Washington team won the Pac-10 North title.
Fisher earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Liberal Studies, Master’s Degree in Kinesiology from Fresno State, and a Master’s Degree in Special Education from Sacramento State.
Fisher resides in Lodi with his wife Terry and their Jack Russell Jasper.
Jeff Borges joined the Mustang staff in 2009. After graduating in 1975 and signed with the St. Louis Cardinals. He played two years of professional baseball before knee injuries ended his career. After that, he played 15 years of fast pitch softball. The last 5 years, he played with Guenella Brothers out of Santa Rosa in the open division. In 1999 and 2000, he was the head baseball coach at Modesto Christian High School. In 2002-2009, he was the head softball coach at Modesto Christian High. In those 8 yrs, his teams won 5 conference championships and finished 2nd twice with a record of 148-47. When he wasn't coaching high school, he was coaching travel ball from 10's to 18's. During the last 5yrs, he coached at the 18 gold level. Two were with the Westside Bullets, and the last 3 were with RRGold out of Stockton. 2010/2011 was his first year at Delta College as an assistant coach.
Ed began as an assistant coach at Delta in 2014. Before Delta, he served as an assistant coach at Los Banos High and Pacheco High School. During the summers he works with youth Travel Ball programs in the Los Banos area.
In his playing days, he played 16 seasons of A/Major Men's Fast pitch Softball, a former ASA All American, participated in a U.S. Olympic Sports Festival and numerous National Tournaments.
Resides in Los Banos with his wife Sarah. They are parents to Brooke, Kelsie and Clarke. Kelsie is a former All-State Pitcher for the Mustangs in 2012 and currently is playing for CSU Bakersfield.
Brian began as an assistant coach at Delta College in 2015. Before Delta, he served as an assistant baseball coach for Lincoln and McNair High Schools in Stockton, CA. The last six summers, Brian has also coached the 18U West Lane Mets out of Stockton, CA. In 2011, the Mets won the Connie Mack Northern California State title. That team included Delta Baseball Alumni Trevor Miller and Stephen Patterson, both of which are playing in the Minor Leagues.
Cobb resides in Stockton with his wife Candice, son Ryder, and two dogs Ranger and Harley.
Richard Quesada has over 15 years of coaching experience. 2016 will be his second season as an assistant for Delta. Over the last ten years he has coached travel ball teams ranging from 10U to 18U Gold. The organizations he has coached for include USA, All American Sports Academy, and the California Grapettes.
Quesada resides in Stockton with his wife Velia and their two daughters Gabrielle and Miranda.
Brianne Moreno began in 2014 as a member of the San Joaquin Delta softball staff.
Moreno oversees the program’s preseason conditioning program, while also assisting with academic planning, on-field coaching, and statistical analysis while also assisting with the day-to-day softball operations responsibilities. She also assists Coach Fisher and his staff with coaching the infielders.
Moreno graduated with an A.A. degree in Liberal Studies following the 2013 season, when she led the Mustangs to a record of 26-20 as the team’s second baseman. Delta advanced the the CCCAA Super Regionals, where the team fell in the semifinals. She ranked second in the team in hitting, batting .359 and hitting six home runs, good for second on the team. Moreno knocked in a team-high 38 runs while scoring a team-high 34 runs, in her sophomore season.
Moreno, a native of Modesto, earned her B.A. in Liberal Studies from Sacramento State in 2015, and is now pursuing her teaching credential in elementary education with an emphasis in Special Education. She lives in Sacramento with her boyfriend Nicholas, and their Labrador retriever Bella.
Taylor begins her first year as a student-assistant at Delta College. Taylor was a two-year letter winner here at Delta. Taylor was honored by CCCAA coaches by being voted to the All-State Academic team in 2015.
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