Bryan Pack is in his ninth year as an assistant softball coach at USC Upstate. He assists in all phases of the program, with an emphasis on working with the infielders and recruiting.
Pack came to Upstate after serving as an assistant coach at Spartanburg Methodist College under head coach Rick Pauly the last two years. He was part of the resurgence of the softball program at SMC, helping turnaround a team that was 3-30 in 2005 to a team that finished the 2008 season with a 27-3 record. The Pioneers won the Region X Championship for the first time in 13 years and earned a berth in the NJCAA National Tournament, finishing fifth in the nation.
Pack got his start as a coach of fastpitch softball in 2004, assisting with travel ball teams before accepting the assistant position at SMC in 2006. He has maintained his involvement in summer travel ball, starting the Carolina Elite 18U Gold team in 2008, the first team in the state of South Carolina to compete on the Gold level.
In addition to his coaching experience, Pack also served as an umpire. From 1999-04, he traveled throughout the Southeast umpiring baseball on the college, high school and travel ball. At the height of his umpiring career, he umpired 338 games in 2004. Pack attended USC Upstate from 1998-01.