Shane Segovia | Assistant Coach
Prior to making his coaching stop at Northeast Segovia spent two years ('16, '17) back in his hometown Sinton, Tx. coaching at Sinton High School where he served as a Varsity Assistant Baseball Coach working with the infielders and hitters.
Throughout his two seasons coaching at Sinton High School Segovia helped guide the Pirates to the postseason both years also punching a ticket to the Texas UIL State Tournament in 2017.
Segovia a Texas native and Sinton High School graduate (2010) was a four year letterman while starting at shortstop all four years at Sinton High making a trip to the Texas UIL State Tournament in 2007. After his high school career Segovia attended Northeast Texas Community College in 2011 and 2012 leding the Eagles to a conference championship in 2012 starting at third base both years and was selected to the TX/NM All-Star Game his Sophomore year. After playing two seasons at Northeast Segovia went on to the University of Missouri to play his Junior and Senior seasons ('13, '14) in the SEC starting at 3B and 2B both years for the Tigers.
Segovia graduated from the University of Missouri (Mizzou) in 2014 with a Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences.
Joseph Olson | Assistant Coach
Joseph Olson is in his 1st season with the Northeast Texas Community College Eagles baseball program. He is responsible for Catchers, the Pitching Staff, and Director of Baseball Operations. Olson was on staff at Hill College in Hillsboro, Texas for the 2017-2018 season were he was responsible for working with the catchers, pitching staff, and recruiting. In the Spring of 2017, Olson was an Assistant Coach at Waco-Robinson were they finished 2nd in the State Tournament.
Olson began his collegiate playing career at Stephen F. Austin University in 2013, where he received the co-freshman of the year award in 2013 and 2014. He was a finalist for the Johnny Bench Award list, which goes out the best Division 1 catcher. In 2015, Olson transferred to St. Edwards University, where he played until 2016. During his time at St. Edwards he was a two-time All American, a Gold Glove winner, and received over 14 awards. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology and pre-physical therapy and a minor in psychology.
Olson was signed by the Tampa Bay Rays organization, and played for the Hudson Valley Renegades in New York for one season, where he hit .280.
Olson was born and raised in Robinson, Texas, near Waco. During his high school playing career Robinson High School was the 2011 State Championship runner up. He was also the 2011 All-State catcher, selected to play in the the Senior All Star game in 2011.