Krissi Oliver is in her third year (2016-17) as assistant softball coach at Wayne State College. Her primary duties include recruiting coordinator along with pitching coach and working with the Wildcat outfielders.
Before Wayne State, Oliver spent four seasons as an assistant coach at Westminster College in Missouri. She also worked in the Fulton (Mo.) School District and served as a private fastpitch pitching instructor for girls ages 8-18.
Oliver graduated from Louisiana Tech University in 2010 where she was a standout pitcher and outfielder from 2006-09. She helped the Bulldogs to the 2008 Western Athletic Conference (WAC) championship title and was named WAC Tournament Most Valuable Player. Oliver was named First Team All-State LSWA and was a two-time All-Western Athletic Conference Second Team selection. Her career high was a nine-inning shutout in Lousiana Tech's win over Auburn in the NCAA Tournament.
Following her collegiate career, Oliver pitched professionally in 2009 playing for the Tex Town Tigers in the Netherlands. Her team participated in the Europa Cup in Italy and finished sixth.
Oliver obtained her bachelor of science in biology degree from Louisiana Tech in 2010.