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coach scott beyer

360u co-founder 
&
director of content and instructor training/development

 

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NAME: Scott Beyer
HOMETOWN: Neilsville, WI
HIGH SCHOOL: Neilsville High School
COLLEGE: University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire
HEAD COACH: University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh
  • Head Coach of the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh Softball team

  • Competed with UW Eau Claire in two Club Baseball World Series

  • Played Men’s Fastpitch Softball in the New Zealand National Tournament

  • Received a Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology from UW-Eau Claire

  • Served as the Director of Operations at Players Choice of the Fox Cities

  • Co-founder of the Panther Baseball & Softball where he coached the 15U softball team to a USA World Series Championship and ASA WI Class A Championship


Oshkosh Head Softball Coach

Scott Beyer owns a 221-104 overall record, one NCAA Division III Championship World Series appearance, three national postseason trips, two regional titles, one Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference regular season championship, and one WIAC tournament title with the Titans. In Beyer's first ten seasons at the helm, UW-Oshkosh has established new school season records in batting average, doubles, triples, home runs, stolen bases, slugging percentage and fielding percentage.

Beyer, whose .680 winning percentage ranks fifth in WIAC history among coaches with at least 60 wins, has coached one All-American at UW-Oshkosh, 13 Titans to 22 total all-region honors and 20 players to 36 total all-conference awards, including 2015 WIAC Pitcher of the Year Sara Brunlieb, 2016 WIAC Co-Position Player of the Year Abby Menting and 2021 WIAC Pitcher of the Year Maddie Fink. Hannah Ritter in 2021 became the first UW-Oshkosh All-American selection since 2010. In 2014 a program record-tying five Titans received all-region accolades.

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