Ali Mark enters her second season as assistant coach/pitching coach.
Prior to arriving at NOC, Ali lead the Waukomis Chiefs as their head coach, and also spent time as an assistant coach for the Enid and Garber softball programs.
Ali was an All State first baseman for Enid High school in 2006 and went on to play her collegiate career at Northeastern A&M in Miami, Oklahoma where she played first base, pitched and was a part of the 2008 team that made it to the national tournament. During her time at NEO, Ali played in 47 games and hit .345 (50 for 145) with 1HR, 10 2B's, and 26 RBI's. After taking a short time off from the game Ali continued her playing career at Northern Oklahoma College in Tonkawa where she also played first base and pitched and hit .345 (59 for 171) with 12 HR's, 8 2B's, 4 3B's, and 45 RBI's leading to a region 2 honor and also receiving her Associates degree in Criminal Justice. After her time at NOC, Ali moved on to Northwestern Oklahoma State University in Alva, Oklahoma where she also played first base, pitched and ultimately received her bachelor’s degree in criminal justice in 2013.
Ali, is a native of Enid, Oklahoma and resides in Enid with Her husband Tomas and their three daughters Capri, Camri, and Rawlings.