Softball Coaching Staff

Coach George White
Head Women's Softball Coach

Coach George White (Coach “G”) believes in putting an emphasis on graduating student-athletes and moving them on to four-year colleges and universities while teaching them team building skills that will hopefully provide great memories they can look back on after DSCC. Coach "G" knows success having been selected twice for First Team All-State in class 4A Missouri baseball during high school. After high school, he attended Mineral Area College where he was a First Team All-Conference and All-Region selection. After MAC, he signed with the University of Missouri, St. Louis, where he also earned All-Conference First Team awards as a catcher. After college, he played four years with the Cape Girardeau Capahas.

Coach “G” has a Bachelor of Science in Sports management as well as a Masters of Education from William Woods University. He and his wife, Amy, live in Dyersburg with their two children Maddie and Sam.

Assistant Coach Will Hess

Coach Will Hess is a native of Mobile, Alabama, where his passion for the game of softball ignited due to deep family ties in the sport. Upon high school graduation, Coach Hess hung up his baseball cleats and went on to Faulkner State Community College in Bay Minette, Alabama, where he spent two seasons with the Lady Chiefs softball team as operations manager and game day controller. After receiving his associate degree in general studies with a concentration in mathematics, he received a scholarship to join the softball program at Southeastern Louisiana University to work as the team manager. It was there, under great leadership, that Coach Hess developed his skills as a coach and graduated with a bachelor's degree in applied behavioral sciences. Upon graduation in 2019, Coach Hess was selected as the Head Coach of Moh-BEEL USA in the 2019 All Star Baseball Academy (ASBA) Summer League, a professional softball league based in Mobile, Alabama. Under the helm of Coach Hess, the team won the regular season and tournament championships, with nine players recognized in post-season accolades and league records in a number of categories including homeruns and runs batted in. Coach Hess now specializes in working with pitchers and outfielders at DSCC.