Meet the Coaches

For information, please call (409) 944-1202


Ken Delcambre

Athletic Director/Head Softball Coach 



Coach Delcambre returns for his 16th year of duty as Head Softball Coach. In addition to coaching the Whitecaps Softball Team, he serves as the Galveston College Athletic Director.

Before coming to Galveston, he served as the Assistant Softball Coach at Alvin Community College. Coach Delcambre has built a reputation as a highly talented pitching coach.

During his 16 year tenure at Galveston College, he and his assistant have amassed over 600 wins. Coach Delcambre has coached 10 NJCAA All-Americans and four NFCA All-Americans, along with three of his former players representing their Country's National Teams. Deion Meier was selected to the 2008 Canadian National Team and pitched against the US National Team in the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, China.  Crissy Autry represented the Belguim National Team in 2008, as an alternate, and Brooke Seneshen represented the 2014 Canadian National Team as an alternate. Ken received his Bachelor’s Degree and Master's of Fitness and Human Performance at the University of Houston-Clear Lake. Coach Delcambre led his 2001-2002 Whitecap team to the NJCAA National Championships in Kissimmee, Florida, placing 7th out of 16 teams, and he and his assistant were awarded with the NFCA Regional Coaching Staff of the Year award for their accomplishment.

Coach Delcambre has high expectations for his team this year. The returning players have made great strides since joining the team last year, and the freshmen have added speed, power, and command to the well-balanced sophomore group. Coach Delcambre fully expects the team to make it to the Regional tournament again this year, and he believes that they are very capable of making a run for the National title. 

Coach Ken Delcambre is married to his wife Barbara, and they have made their home in Alvin, Texas. He has two daughters, Kim and Jennifer. Jennifer is married to Louis Swindall and they have two sons.

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Lindsay Fallen
Assistant Softball Coach

Lindsay Fallen is originally from Midlothian, Texas.  She attended Navarro College where she was named 1st Team All-Conference and 2nd Team All-Region.  She went on to Texas Woman's Universtiy in Denton, Texas where she was named as a NFCA Academic All-American.  Lindsay went straight into her master's program at East Texas Baptist University where she received her Master's in Education with an emphasis in sports and exercise leadership.  Lindsay is really excited for this upcoming season and the talent level of the team. She believes this team has all the potential to win nationals. "I am truly blessed with this group of athletes, they work hard, they want it and they are willing to go the extra mile to become a better team. I am honored to be a part of this team and coaching staff. It will take all 16 girls working together for the same goal and Coach Delcambre and I encouraging them and pushing them beyond what they see in themselves to get to where we want to be. Nationals."


phone:  (409) 944-1315


Chris Joblin

 Head Baseball Coach


Coach Chris Joblin is entering his third season as the Whitecaps Head Baseball Coach.  Last year, in his second season, the Whitecaps posted a 41-19 record, the best single season record in the past 14 years. The 2014 Whitecaps had a very competitive showing at the NJCAA Region XIV Tournament, finishing 4th.  During Coach Joblin's time here, Whitecaps have posted a very impressive cumulative team GPA, over 3.0 every semester. Over the course of the last two years, under Coach Joblin's leadership, the Whitecaps have sent 13 players on to the NCAA Division 1 level, eight players on to other levels of four year universities, had one player drafted in the MLB draft, and another player sign as a free agent with the Tamps Bay Rays. 

Coach Joblin is a graduate of the University of Central Missouri and was with UCM for three seasons during which the Mules compiled a 143-45 record. The team won the MIAA regular season title once, the MIAA Tournament once, appeared in the regional championship game three times, winning one regional championship, and placing fourth at the 2008 NCAA Division II World Series.

Prior to his time at UCM, Coach Joblin played for two years at Lamar Community College where his team had a record of 94-27-1. Coach Joblin helped the team to two Empire Conference Championships, two Region IX Tournament Championships, and two Western District Playoff appearances. Both years the Lopes finished in the top 15 of the final national ranking, 4th in 2005.

Coach Joblin is from Eagle, ID, where he graduated from Eagle High School in 2003. He is the son of Richard and Carol Joblin, and has a sister, Shandy, and brother, Bryce.

Coach Joblin and his wife Teena are happily married, and reside in Galveston where they were married in August of 2012.


Phone: (409) 944-1312


Cory Holley

 Assistant Baseball Coach

Coach Cory Holley is in his third year as the Assistant Baseball Coach at Galveston College.  Under Holley, the Whitecaps' pitching staff finished 3rd in the country in ERA (2.58) in 60 games.  In two years coaching at Galveston College, every member of the pitching staff has had an opportunity to move on to a 4-year program.  One of the pitchers was selected in the draft by the Boston Red Sox (25th rd.), and another signed as a free agent with the Tampa Bay Rays.  During that stint, the Whitecaps also produced one All-American and two All-Region pitchers.  

Prior to coaching at Galveston College, Holley served as pitching coach for Lamar University for two years ('11-'12).  In that time, the Lamar Cardinals' pitching staff finished among the top in the Southland Conference in ERA, producing three MLB draft picks (LA Angels 35th rd., Boston Red Sox 37th rd., Houston Astros 44th rd.).  

The Galveston College alumnus pitched for the Whitecaps through the 2008 season, where he earned Region XIV All-Conference honors.  He continued on playing at Lamar University in Beaumont, TX, where in his junior year, he helped the Lamar Cardinals become ranked as high as 24th in the country among NCAA Division I programs.  In his senior year (2010), he lead the Cardinals in appearances, era, and saves, as they went on to win the Southland Conference Tournament, which landed them at TCU for the NCAA Regionals.  Coach Holley graduated in May 2012 with a Master’s degree in Kinesiology from Lamar University.



Phone: (409) 944-1345 






Updated 2/23/2015 - Content Author cmendez