Ryan Bowen | Head Baseball Coach

Ryan Bowen was hired on as the Head Baseball Coach prior to the 2017-18 school year and is heading into his third year at the helm of the Ranger Baseball program. In his first two years at Northwestern, his team has compiled a record of 47-51. The 2018 season was the best record for the Ranger program since joining the NCAA and the 2019 season saw the Rangers ranked 5th in the Central Region rankings before a late season slide. He has coached 8 players receiving Great American Conference accolades, including Johnnuelle Ponce, the 2019 GAC Player of the Year. Ponce would also be named to the ABCA and NCBWA All-Central Region First Team and an NCBWA Honorable Mention All-American. Before arriving at Northwestern, Bowen was the lead assistant at Great American Conference foe, Southeastern Oklahoma State for five seasons. Bowen was the Recruiting Coordinator where he developed many solid contacts across the state at the high school level and numerous junior colleges around the country. He was also very instrumental in the overall program leadership at Southeastern as he was highly involved in practice and game preparation, handled team academics and did a majority of the field maintenance as well. While a part of the Savage Storm coaching staff, Bowen assisted in the team getting to three-straight postseason appearances in 2015, 2016 and 2017. 2016 was a big year for the program as they finished third in a tough Great American Conference. Prior to joining the Southeastern staff, Bowen spent three seasons with Carl Albert State College in Poteau, Okla. where they built a very successful program and made the National Junior College Athletic Association Region II title game along the way in 2011, the first for the school in eight years. During his time at CASC, Bowen coached a plethora of talent, including five All-Region players, two Academic All-Americans, a first team Rawlings' All America Gold Glove player and the first NJCAA All-American in five years for the program. His last season with the program in 2012 was perhaps the most successful as they reached 37 wins during the year, the most for the program in 11 years. They also climbed into the national polls being ranked for a total of six weeks that season. During the summers, Bowen has been the head coach of the SEOK Yellowjackets 16 and under as well as 17 and under for the summers of 2014, 2015 and 2016. Not only has Bowen been an outstanding coach, but he was also a tremendous player as he began his playing career at CASC. Bowen was a first team NJCAA All-Region II player twice, and was named the Region II Player of the Year in his final season as a Viking. That same year in 2007 he was honored with a second team NJCAA All-American selection as well. He continued his playing career at Southeastern for his final two seasons of college baseball. Bowen was named the SOSU Male Athlete of the Year in 2009. During that same season, Bowen was honored as a Lone Star Conference All-League selection. He was also an Academic All-Conference honoree that same year.

Bowen is a graduate of Southeastern Oklahoma State where he attained his Bachelor's degree in Recreation in 2009. While assisting at Carl Albert, he earned his Master's degree in 2010 in Education with an emphasis in Sports Administration from East Central University. Bowen and his wife Alyssa now reside in Alva.

Kasey Guinty | Pitching Coach


Luis Reyes | Hitting/Infield Coach

Luis Reyes is heading into his second season as the Ranger infield coach.

In his first season, Reyes had an All-Defensive team player in Luis Cintron who had a great year with his glove, recording a .974 fielding percentage at second base.

Prior to joining the Northwestern coaching staff, Reyes has been the Assistant Baseball Coach at Murray State Junior College in Tishomingo, Okla. where they were very successful this past season, making it to the Junior College World Series.

At Murray State he worked with the infielders and was the assistant hitting coach as well. He was also very instrumental in recruiting as he was the assistant Recruiting Coordinator/international recruiter for the program.

Before joining on the Murray State coaching staff, Reyes was the Head Baseball Coach at Marietta High School for a season. While at the helm of the program, Reyes' club was the District Champion. He held many duties as the head coach such as, hitting coach, third base coach, field maintenance and strength and conditioning.

During the summer of 2015, Reyes was the head coach of the Myrtle Beach Riptides in the Beach League - Collegiate Summer League. Under Reyes' leadership, the Riptides were Beach League champions, the first championship in the organization's history. They finished up the year at 32-18, leading to Coach of the Year honors for Reyes.

He was also a standout player in his college days, where he played two years at Iowa Lakes Community College, followed up by his final two seasons at Clarke University. While at Clarke he was named a Gold Glove winner at the third base position in the MCC Conference. During that same season he was also named to the first team All-Conference team.

Reyes earned his bachelor's degree from Clarke in May of 2014 and will be looking to gain his Master's here at Northwestern.

Charlie Letourneau | Volunteer Assistant

Charlie Letourneau is entering his third season with the Rangers. Letourneau was hired in 2017 to assist pitching staff with an emphasis on side-arm techniques and development.

During his last two season with the Rangers, Letourneau has transitioned to coaching Outfielders. The 2019 Season proved to be the best yet for the Rangers, having the greatest statistical year and a Second Team All-Conference in Justin Bundy, as well as All-American Outfielder Johnuelle Ponce.

Before joining the Rangers, Letourneau was the Head Coach of the Weiner Neustadt Diving Ducks in Austria.

As the Head Coach of the Ducks, his duties included planning and running practices, game planning and strategy, and competed in the games as well. He lead the Diving Ducks Upper Division Team to a second place finish.

Letourneau played one season professionally for the Sydney Blue Sox in the Australian Baseball League in 2015.

He currently lives in Alva with wife Allora Miller, Assistant Softball coach at Northwestern Oklahoma State University.

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