Dave Brittingham
Position: Assistant Coach
Alma Mater: Corllins
Experience: 12 Years
Phone: 937-775-2865
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Dave Brittingham Biography
Courtesy: WSU Athletic Media Relations
Release: 08/01/2010
Dave Brittingham enter his 12th season as an assistant coach with the Wright State softball program.

During his stint under four different head coaches, Brittingham has helped tutor All-Horizon League players and experienced trips to the NCAA Tournament.

Brittingham is retired from General Motors/Delphi with 36 years of service. He retired as an Employee Assistance Professional (EAP), earning certifications in EAP and Chemical Dependency.

Brittingham attended Sinclair Community College (labor studies) and Ohio State (addiction studies) before earning a degree in counseling from Corllins University. He served in the Military from January 1967 until July 1970 doing tours in the Mediterranean and Vietnam. He earned the Distinguished Flying Cross and three air medals while serving in Vietnam.

Brittingham has played and coached for 40 years. After first playing fast pitch in the military, Dave coached in the Xenia baseball program for nine years, six as an assistant and three as head coach compiling a record of 46-35.

Brittingham began coaching in the Miami Valley Xpress (one of the top travel ball organizations in Ohio) in 1987. He has coached the 18u teams since 2001, including the summer and fall college tour team. His teams have had two seventh place,a fifth place and a third place finishes in World Series play.

All players that played for Brittingham since 2001 have went on to play in college with over half going on to play at the Division I level.  In 2012, Brittingham was inducted into the Ohio Amateur Softball Association Hall of Honor.

Brittingham lives in Xenia with his wife Julie.