Juli Greep
Juli Greep
Title: Head Coach
Phone: 302-736-2302
Email: Juli.Greep@wesley.edu
Year: 10th
Previous College: McPherson (Kan.) '04, Emporia State M'10

Juli Greep is entering her tenth season as the head softball coach at Wesley College in 2020-21. During the 2019 season Greep was honored as the inaugural Atlantic East Conference Softball Coach of the Year, after helping lead the 2019 squad to the AEC title game. In the summer of 2018 Greep was named the Assistant Athletic Director after previously being named the Senior Woman Administrator in the summer of 2016. She also serves as an adjunct professor in the physical education department. From 2012-15, Greep was the head volleyball coach, as well as the head softball coach at Wesley.

Honors / Accomplishments as head softball coach at Wesley

  • 2019 Atlantic East Conference Runner up
  • Named Atlantic East Softball Coach Of The Year- 2019
  • Double-digit win totals in each of her eight seasons as head coach
    • Best winning percentage (three or more seasons) of any coach in program history
    • Five seasons with 15 or more wins
    • Two seasons with 20 or more wins
  • Set a program record 23 wins in the 2015 season
  • Coached a 2017 NCAA Woman of the Year nominee (Nina Marcano)
  • Coached the 2017 DIII HERO of the Year Runner-up (Nina Marcano)
  • Four NFCA All-Region selections
    • Ashlyn Booth, 2012
    • Nina Marcano, 2017
    • Ashley Royer, 2017, 2018
  • NFCA National Player of the Week in 2017 (Ashley Royer)
  • Three Fastpitch News National Athletes of the Week
    • Nina Marcano, 2017 awarded twice
    • Brandi Dalious, 2019
  • Two CoSIDA Academic All-District student-athletes
    • Jessica Barranco, 2012
    • Ashley Royer, 2017
  • 16 All-Conference honorees
  • Three All-ECAC players
    • Ashlyn Booth, 2012
    • Nina Marcano, 2017
    • Ashley Royer, 2018
  • Three Wesley College Female Athletes of the Year
    • Ashlyn Booth, 2012
    • Nina Marcano, 2017
    • Ashley Royer, 2018
  • Players have set 22 career records and ten single-season records (as of 2019 season)
  • 65 Academic All-CAC honorees
  • Four ECAC Honor Roll student-athletes

Notable Games as Wesley head softball coach

  • Mar. 5. 2012: Collected her first win as head coach with a 15-5 win over Wentworth
  • Mar. 24, 2015: A doubleheader sweep of Immaculata to set a new program winning streak record of 11 games
  • Feb. 25, 2017: Two run-rule victories over Division II Lincoln University
  • Mar. 13, 2018: A 6-5 win over future-Centennial Conference champions and NCAA qualifier Gettysburg
  • Apr. 27, 2019: Victories over Atlantic East Conference opponents Cabrini(16-1) and Immaculata(5-4) securing a spot in the 2019 Pod B Championship game. 
  • Apr. 28, 2019: 6-2 victory of Immaculata securing the Pod B Championship advancing the team to the 2019 Atlantic Each Championship Title game.

Prior to Wesley

Greep was the head volleyball and softball coach at Keystone College in La Plume, Pa. She coached the Giants softball program for three seasons. She also restarted the volleyball program and led the team for two years.

Her softball teams improved their winning percentage in each of her three years on the diamond. Greep's Giants won 38 contests in three years, more than the program had tallied the previous seven seasons before her arrival.

Greep coached eight All-Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) student-athletes in softball, including two first-team selections, and a pair of All-CSAC volleyball picks. She also coached 19 Academic All-CSAC student-athletes during her tenure at Keystone.

Playing Career

Greep played at McPherson College in Kansas, where she earned All-Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference (KCAC) honors in each of her four years with the Bulldogs.

She was a two-time All-KCAC pitcher, a First Team All-KCAC first baseman, and an All-KCAC utility player. The 2003 team won the KCAC Championship and the 2004 team set program records for wins in a season.


Greep graduated from McPherson College in 2004 with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Education and a teaching certification. She then went on to earn a Master of Science in Health, Physical Education and Recreation from Emporia State University in 2010.

Year       Overall    Pct.     Conf.     Pct.     Honors                   
2012 15-20-1      .431 1-11  .083   
2013 12-23  .343  0-8  .000   
2014 17-17  .500  1-11  .083  Best Season win pct. since 2001 
2015 23-12  .657  4-10  .286  Best Season in Program History 
2016 12-20 .375 5-9 .357  
2017 21-17 .553 5-9 .357  
2018 13-17-2 .438 3-10-1 .250  
2019 19-22 .463 3-7 .300 Atlantic East Conference Runner-ups
2020 12-4 .750 - -  
Totals 144-152-3  .501  22-75-1  .214