Angie Beal has been coaching/instructing softball for 10 years. Beal spent four years as a high school varsity player at Center Grove HS in Greenwood, Indiana, where as a senior she was named as an All County and All Metro- South team player, was State Runner-up, and was both the Golden Glove winner and Honorary Captain of her team. Beal then received a full scholarship as a catcher to Wabash Valley Junior College where she was named as All Regional Player in the Region XXIV Women’s Division and played for two NJJCAA JUCO World Series teams.
Beal completed her education on full scholarship at the University of Southern Indiana catching and playing first base. Beal was recognized on both the Academic All-Conference Team and as a NFCA All American Scholar Athlete in 2004-2005 and 2005-2006. In 2006 she was named to the Great Lakes Valley Conference All-Conference Team as First Team Catcher, and was also named as NFCA Second Team All-Regional Catcher. She received several awards as a student athlete, and in 2006 Beal played in the NCAA Regional Tournament.
Beal moved to Cherokee County in 2007 after receiving her degree from USI in Elementary Education. She is certified to teacher PreK through 5 as well as Grades 6-8 Language Arts and Social Sciences. She lives with her husband Rusty Beal, and daughters Liliana (age 7) and Hensley (age 5)
“Angie established a reputable relationship from her fellow classmates, teammates,
coaches, the entire athletic administration and the USI personnel as a whole.
Her commitment, desire and enthusiasm to coach, teach and enhance her knowledge of sport is outstanding.”
Head Softball Coach
University of Southern Indiana
“I always felt that Angie was like having another coach helping direct our team. Leadership in calling and coordinating defensive plays and strategies was evident while she played at WVC. Angie was a good contact hitter and can effectively convey hitting skills to others. Angie Beal is an excellent person that has a vast knowledge of the game of softball. More importantly, she loves the game and enjoys working with people.”
Head Softball Coach
2007 NJCAA Hall of Fame
Wabash Valley College