ASHLAND, Ore--- The SOU Softball Team has announced that Mike Mayben will be the new interim head coach.
SOU naming Mayben to the position is not that surprising. Mayben won four state championships with North Medford High School, over 12 seasons with the team. He stacked up 275 wins over that time period, compared to just 66 losses.
The North Medford legend won four OSAA Class 6A Coach of the Year awards as well.
Mayben was also an assistant coach to former head coach Jessica Pistole over the last two seasons, with SOU. He was a part of last year's staff that delivered SOU's first National Championship.
NewsWatch 12 at 11 will have full coverage on the coaching announcement.
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