Head Coach Chance Beam: Coach Beam was Assistant Coach at the University of Tennessee during the 2001 season when his team reached the College World Series in Omaha, NB. Tennessee finished 3rd nationally that year and had 11 players taken in the MLB draft. Beam also coached at Lander University, North Greenville College, and Carson-Newman University. Voted "Southern Collegiate Baseball League Manager of the Year," Beam is NCAA coaching/recruiting certified. This is his 10th year as Head Coach of the Titans Sports Academy 16u Titans.
Coach Beam coached at the college level for 3 years prior to moving to Atlanta. The high point of his college experience was coaching at the University of Tennessee during the 2001 season when his team reached the College World Series in Omaha, NB. Tennessee finished 3rd nationally that year and had 11 players taken in the MLB draft, of which 2 were first round picks (Chris Burke- Houston Astros and Wyatt Allen- Chicago White Sox).
During his College Coaching tenure he has already coached 17 players to play at the professional level spanning from 1999-2005. After moving to Atlanta, Coach Beam started the Titan program during the summer of 2003. During this tenure, the program has experienced considerable success, having won 10 National Titles, and over 195 players going on to play College or Professional baseball. Seven of the National Titles were won by Coach Beam's 16U team.
Coach Beam coaching experience:
• Head Baseball Coach 16 yr old Titan's- East Cobb Baseball 2003- Present
• 2006 East Cobb Coach of the Year
• Assistant Baseball Coach-Carson-Newman College Fall 2001-Spring 2002
• Assistant Baseball Coach-University of Tennessee Fall 2000- Spring 2001
• College World Series participant finished 3rd Nationally
• NCAA coaching/ recruiting certified.
• Head Coach Carolina-Warriors Wooden Bat Baseball Team Summer 2000
• 2000 Southern Collegiate Baseball League Manager of the Year.
• 2000 SCBL League runner-up and Tournament Champion.
• Head Assistant Coach-North Greenville College December 1999- May 2000
• Internship Lander University Assistant JV Baseball Coach 1998-Spring 1999
Coach Beam lives in Marietta, Georgia and is married to Christine Beam and has two daughters Brooke Avery Beam and Baylor Grace Beam.