Collin's vision for the Foothill softball program is to grow and become of the top programs in the state both athletically and academically. He wants to create a program full of tradition and pride, where players take honor wearing the Foothill uniform. Collin seeks players who are highly dedicated and committed and have fun playing and learning the sport of softball.
“This truly is a dream job. There is no other college I would rather be coaching at.” Both athletically and academically, Foothill College is second to none. With the great support of the college and athletic department, the sky is the limit for our program.”
Collin is a graduate of San Jose State University where he attained his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Child and Adolescent Development in 2001 and 2004 He is currently in the process of attaining his Master’s degree in Physical Education with an emphasis in Coaching.
Collin and his wife Jamie, both graduates of Leigh High School, reside in San Jose just blocks from where they both grew up with their two children Chase and Peyton.
Players interested in playing for Collin should contact him at (650) 949-7387 or email him at PregliascoCollin@foothill.edu.
A native of Cupertino, CA, Danielle Brown enters her 3rd season as assistant coach with the Owls.
Brown's duties include infield and hitting. In her first 2 seasons she has helped lead the Owls to
a 40-34 record while being regularly ranked in the top 15 in Northern California. Brown has also
coached in the San Jose Lady Sharks and West Bay Nuggets organization as well as teaching private
lessons and working various camps and clinics.
A San Jose State graduate, Brown played softball for the Spartans under Coach Turner for 4 years playing in 180 games and leading the Spartans in many categories. Defensively she finished her career with a .952 fielding percentage at 3B.
Brown is a graduate from Monta Vista High School in Cupertino, CA where she lettered four seasons at for head coach Debbie Smith...three-time first team All-SCVAL DeAnza Division...team's Most Valuable Player twice...senior statistics include a .356 batting average and .444 slugging percentage...played summer ball for Strike Zone and head coach Don Ford...team advanced to the 18 Gold Nationals six consecutive years.
Brown graduated in 2010 with a BS in health science with a minor in kinesiology. She is currently working on attaining her MS in Sports Management with an emphasis in coaching at American Public University.
Kelley Martino joins the Owls coaching staff after a great career at Central Arkansas Sate. Martino's
duties will be primarily working with the pitching staff. In addition to coaching the Owls Martino
continues to be a hitting and pitching instructor at Cutting Edge Softball in San Jose.
Collegiately, Martino's 108/42 strikeouts to walks ranks sixth on UCA's career list with 4.23 strikeouts per 7 innings...tied for second with four saves...ranks seventh in appearances (69), tenth in ERA (3.50), tenth in wins (10) and 11th in strikeouts (104)...has a 10-13 record in 172.0 innings...recorded two shutouts and combined for five more.
Martino graduated from Monta Vista High School in Cupertino, CA. There, she was a two-time first team all-conference selection and was named second team all-conference twice...Los Gatos News and Palo Alto Times first team selection as a junior...conference MVP and San Jose Mercury News Senior of the Year in 2008...went 26-4 with a 0.66 ERA in 179 innings pitched as a senior...struck out 276...hit .434 with 29 RBI.
Martino graduated in 2012 with a BS in Family and Consumer Sciences. She is currently working on attaining her MS in business.
Kylie Crandall comes back to the Owls after a few years removed from playing for Coach Pregliasco. Crandall played for the Owls from 2009-2011 earning 1st Team Coast Conference and team MVP honors each year. Crandall holds many pitching records for the Owls including wins (28), ERA (2.74), and most strikeouts (185). She most recently served as assistant coach as Mountain View High School.