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Coach Mike Doyle, O’Dea class of 1997, has been the Head Baseball Coach at O’Dea High School for 9 years, after 6 years serving as an assistant coach in the program. During Coach Doyle’s tenure, the Irish have amassed 135 wins to 65 losses, a .675 winning percentage, a 14-4 State Tournament record, 3- WIAA 3A State Titles (2009, 2010, 2014), and 2 consecutive Metro League titles (2014, 2015).
Throughout his tenure, Coach Doyle has been recognized as the 2009 Metro Coach of the Year and Associated Press 3A State Coach of the Year, 2010 Washington State Baseball Coaches Association All State Coach, 2014 Seattle Times- Star Times Coach of the Year, and the 2015 Northwest Baseball Umpires Association Coach of the Year.
After completing his Bachelor’s Degree in History at Gonzaga University, Coach Doyle completed his student teaching at O’Dea, and has been a full-time faculty member since 2007. He teaches 11th grade United States History, as well as Elective Courses Modern American History, Conflict in the 20th Century, and Political Science. Coach Doyle shares in his baseball passion with his wife Brittany and children Barrett and Caprice.
For more information about Irish Baseball please contact O’Dea Athletic Director, Monte Kohler, at (206) 624-2068 or email@example.com.