Lindsay Beiler is entering her sixth season as the head coach of the Wesley women’s volleyball program for the 2020-21 season.
Honors / Accomplishments as head coach
·Double-digit win totals in each of her four seasons as head coach
·Best winning percentage (two or more seasons) of any coach in program history
·Tied a program record 15 wins in the 2017 season
·First All-CAC honoree in program history (Tionne Graves-Brown)
·First All-AEC honoree in program history (Regan Healey)
·Embarked on Wesley volleyball’s first overseas tour in 2017
·A five-day trip to Puerto Rico over Labor Day weekend
·Coached Tionne Graves-Brown to nine program records
·First player to reach 1,000 kills and 1,000 digs in program history
·16 Academic All-CAC selections
·Eight ECAC Honor Roll student-athletes
Notable Games as head coach
·Sept. 1. 2015: Collected her first win as head coach with a 3-1 win over Notre Dame (Md.)
·Sept. 16, 2017: Wesley sweeps a tri-match over William Paterson and John Jay
·Wesley erased a two-set deficit to win 3-2 over William Paterson
·Tionne Graves-Brown set a new single-game kill record against WPU (22)
·Oct. 20, 2017: A four-set win over PSU-Harrisburg to clinch the most CAC wins since 2007
·Oct. 26, 2018: With a win over conference opponent Marywood, the Wesley Volleyball team secured their 1st ever playoff berth into a post-season conference tournament
Prior to Wesley
After graduating from Wilmington with her bachelor’s degree, Beiler spent the spring season as an assistant coach at Division I Lehigh University before moving on to become the head coach of St. George’s Technical High School and also coached with Delaware Juniors Volleyball Club. As the head coach of St. George’s, the Hawks won three consecutive Blue Hen Conference Championships, secured three Delaware State Tournament berths and compiled a 21-game win streak in conference matches.
At Wilmington University (previously Wilmington College) , Beiler (Miller) played outside hitter and helped Wilmington earn a CACC Championship in 2002, 2003, 2004 and win the Region X Championship in 2002 and 2003. In 2003, Beiler was named the Region X Championship Tournament Most Valuable Player and helped her team secure Wilmington’s first and only NAIA National Tournament berth in 2003. During her career, Beiler was a 3x All-Conference player. Wilmington was 48-0 in conference play which was an NAIA DII record.
Prior to Wilmington, Beiler (Miller) was a three-time First Team All-State honoree at William Penn High School in New Castle, Delaware, helping the Colonials capture 3rd place in the state tournament (William Penn’s best finish to date)
Beiler graduated from Wilmington with a Bachelor of Science in Sport Management in 2005 and Master of Education in Guidance Counseling in 2008.