Melissa Miller is a Prince George's Community College Alumni and former NJCAA Academic All-American in soccer and softball. After receiving her A.A. in 1999 with honors she transferred to Towson University. In 2002 she graduated Summa Cum Laude with a B.S. in Health Science.
Miller returned to Prince George's in November 2005 as the Supervisor of Intercollegiate Athletic Operations. Miller took over the softball program in 2006 after 8 years of softball coaching experience at the Junior Olympic/club ball level. She currently serves as the President of the MD JUCO Softball Coaches Association. Miller has a passion for the game and loves to teach the game to young student athletes that are hard working and want to learn. Miller strives to make the experience of her student athletes a successful and memorable one, both on and off the field.
Coach Miller is married to local sports broadcaster Joseph Miller and has one daughter McKenzie.
Graduate of Avonworth High school in Pittsburgh, PA. Attended Allegheny Community College in Pittsburgh, PA where he helped lead the baseball team to Conference and Regional Championships.
Played 2 years of baseball at the semi pro level in the Pittsburgh area before moving to Maryland.
Galbreath began coaching softball for the Lakeshore Lightning in Pasadena, MD in 2004 at the 14u ASA Junior Olympic Level as an Assistant Head Coach and helped guide the team to a top ten finish in the National standings. He coached for Lakeshore Lightning 18U as the Assistant Head Softball Coach from 2005-2010. Galbreath also served as an Assistant Junior Varsity softball coach at Chesapeake High School in Pasadena, MD in 2006 and also as an Assistant Varsity Coach for the 2006 4A Sate Championship team.
Galbreath is in his second year as Assistant Coach at Prince Georges Community College.
Currently resides in Pasadena, MD with his wife Kathy and his son Jason. His daughter Katey attends Delaware Valley College in Doylestown, PA
Coach Tony enters his third season with the Owls. He has many years of baseball playing experience and softball coaching experience. He works primarily with the infield and hitting, but brings his extensive knowldege and mental understanding of all facets of the game to the entire team.
Tony resides in Baltimore, MD with his wife, Ashley.
Lindsey recently completed her playing days at Prince George's and has returned to help. She helps the coaching staff in all areas when and where needed.