Mason Przybilla
Mason Przybilla


A native of Detroit Lakes, Minnesota, Mason took over the reigns of the baseball program at WSC in August of 2019.  

(Season 4) The 202-2023 season was one for the ages. The Tetons went 35-17 on their way to a Region XIII championship. The team was led by its pitching and defense all season, leading the conference in ERA and Fielding Percentage. Chris Shopbell was named the MonDak/Region XIII MVP and Zach Stark was the recipient of the National Rawlings Gold Glove Award. Przybilla, was named the Region XIII coach of the year for the first time since taking over the program in 2019.

(Season 3)  The 2021-2022 season saw the Tetons get back for their winning ways. The Team went 34-15 (12-8 in conference play). They had a veteran group that excelled offensively ending the season with the 3rd ranked offense in the country in terms of team average. The Tetons were ranked in the TOP 25 for most of the season. They ended the season as the Region XIII Runner-up.

(Season 2)  The 2020-2021 season was a tough rebound from the COVID shortened season where the Tetons went 19-27 (12-12 in conference play). The Tetons had a hard time with COVID cases and injuries. It was very difficult to put a consistent lineup on the field. 

Przybilla 's first season at the helm was cut short due to the pandemic. At the time the season was canceled the Tetons were 6-8.

Przybilla serves as the Bench coach for the Missoula PaddleHeads (Pioneer Professional Baseball League) where he helped them reach a 68-32 season in 2021 on their was to the Pioneer League Championship. . 

Mason Earned his associates degree from Williston State College and his bachelors degree from Mayville State University.


Overall Record: 94-67 (.583)

2023- Region XIII Champions

2023- Region XIII Coach of the Year

2022- Region XIII Runner-Up