| HEAD COACHSCOTT BEYER
Coach Beyer enters his 6th season as the Head Coach for the Titans. Last year, he led the Titans to their 15th straight winning season, and a second consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance. He currently owns a 138‐63 record with the Titans, and has set every major offensive and defensive record at UWO.
Beyer has coached eight UW-Oshkosh players to 14 total all-region honors and eight players to 16 total all-conference awards, including 2015 WIAC Pitcher of the Year Sara Brunlieb and 2016 WIAC Co-Postion Player of the Year Abby Menting. In 2014, a program record-tying five Titans received all-region accolades.
In Beyer's first four seasons at the helm, UW-Oshkosh has established new school records in batting average, doubles, triples, home runs, stolen bases, slugging percentage and fielding percentage.
The 2017 season was highlighted by UW-Oshkosh's first NCAA Division III postseason appearance since 2008 as Beyer coached the Titans to a 33-13 record and the school's first regional championship since 1988. UW-Oshkosh, which received an at-large berth to the Division III Championship, won the UW-La Crosse Regional with a 3-0 record after placing third in the WIAC standings with a 9-5 mark. The Titans established a new WIAC record with 87 doubles and compiled the program's fifth season with at least 30 wins, including the second in Beyer's tenure.
In the 2016 season, Beyer guided UW-Oshkosh to a 26-13 record, including a runner-up 10-4 mark in the WIAC. The Titans, who set a program record with 15 triples, matched their best conference finish since 2008, when UW-Oshkosh also placed second in the league standings.
In 2015, Beyer helped UW-Oshkosh to a 30-12 record, including a 12-4 mark in league play, for the Titans' fourth season with 30 or more victories in school history. The Titans finished third in both the league's regular season standings and the WIAC Championship. UW-Oshkosh, which set school records with 41 home runs and 69 stolen bases, posted its most overall wins since 2008 and the most league victories since 2007.
In his debut season at UW-Oshkosh in 2014, Beyer led the Titans to a 23-11 overall record and an 11-3 mark and third-place finish in the WIAC. UW-Oshkosh also set program records with 76 doubles, a .344 batting average, a .521 slugging percentage, and a .974 fielding percentage.
Beyer came to UW-Oshkosh from UW-Green Bay, where he served as an assistant coach for the NCAA Division I Phoenix since 2011. Beyer helped UW-Green Bay to a 62-74 record, including a 24-22 mark during his first season at the school. In 2013, the Phoenix went 15-25 while recording victories over the University of Notre Dame (Ind.) and the University of Wisconsin.
With Beyer as UW-Green Bay's hitting coach, four members of the Phoenix received All-Horizon League honors.
Beyer's duties also included recruiting, fundraising, instructing camps, coaching first base and monitoring the academic progress of student-athletes.
Since 2006, Beyer worked as the Director of Operations for Players Choice of the Fox Cities. He gave hundreds of private baseball and softball lessons at the indoor complex in Appleton. Beyer coached the Panther Fastpitch U15 softball team to a first-place finish at the 2013 U.S. Specialty Sports Association World Series.
Beyer's family has a strong softball reputation within the state. His wife is former All-WIAC shortstop Laura Van Abel, while his sister-in-law, Maria, was a starting outfielder for the University of Wisconsin.
Beyer received his bachelor's degree from UW-Eau Claire in 2006. He played one football season for the Blugolds and was also a member of the school's club baseball team.
| ASSISTANT COACHALYSSA DOOMIS
Alyssa Doomis joined the UW-Oshkosh softball program as an assistant coach in September.
Doomis becomes the program’s top assistant coach, replacing Lynn Anderson who accepted the head coaching position at Grinnell College (Iowa) in July. Doomis will assist in all aspects of the UW-Oshkosh softball program under head coach Scott Beyer.
Doomis comes to UW-Oshkosh after a standout career as a catcher and third baseman at Trinity International University (Ill.) from 2015-18. Doomis helped the Trojans go from a 1-30 record during her first season to a 29-19 mark in 2018 and their first appearance in the eight-team National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) World Series since 2007.
Doomis was a three-time NCCAA All-North Central Region selection. She played 155 games, including 154 as a starter, for Trinity International University, amassing a .301 batting average with 140 hits, 74 runs scored, 24 doubles, seven triples, five home runs and 90 runs batted in. Doomis collected All-Region honors for the second straight year in 2017 after recording a career-best 38 hits and 37 runs batted in.
Doomis earned a bachelor’s degree in sports and wellness management from Trinity International University in 2018. She was a four-time all-conference honoree during her prep career at Prairie Ridge High School in Crystal Lake, Ill.