- Begins fifth season as head coach at Jones, posting remarkable 151-64 record.
- Guided team to second place finish in NJCAA Division II World Series in 2011.
- 2011 Bobcats posted a 46-17 record, won the MACJC state championship and its first ever Region 23 title.
- 2011 team shocked two-time, defending champion LSU-Eunice 6-5 and 8-7 to claim Region 23 Tournament title on May 19 at Holmes Community College.
- Guided 2012 Bobcats to third consecutive MACJC South Division crown and fourth consecutive MACJC State Tournament appearance.
- Led 2012 Bobcats to 31-19 record.
- Defeated Mississippi Delta in opening round best-of-three series in 2012 state playoffs.
- Led team to wins over Northwest (7-0), Holmes (6-1) and Northwest (11-6) in 2011 MACJC Tournament, which was hosted at JCJC’s Community Bank Park.
- Guided Bobcats to first-ever MACJC South Division regular season title, a 38-12 record, a sweep of Northwest Mississippi Community College in the opening round of the MACJC State playoffs and the host role in the MACJC State Tournament in 2010.
- Led 2009 Bobcats to a 36-16 record, a third-place finish in the MACJC South Division, a sweep of Northeast Mississippi Community College in the opening round of the MACJC State playoffs and a berth in the MACJC State Tournament. It was the first time for JCJC to make postseason play since winning the state title in 2002.
- Prior to coming to JCJC, Ostrander was head coach at Gulfport High School, where he led the Admirals to the Class 5A playoffs in both seasons.
- Served as recruiting coordinator and pitching coach at Arkansas State University from 2002-06.
- Pitching coach, recruiting coordinator and camp coordinator at Delta State University from 1999-2002. DSU posted a 148-31 record during his three seasons at DSU, winning the Gulf South Conference West Division championship in 2000, 2001 and 2002 and the South Central Regional championship in 2001 and 2002. Delta State competed in the Division II College World Series in 2001 and 2002.
- Received bachelor of science in education degree from Delta State in 1997 and his master’s of education in administration degree from DSU in 1999.
- Has been a member of the American Baseball Coaches Association since 1998.
- Native of Monroe, La. He and his wife, Amy, have two daughters, Caitlin and Allie.