|College:||Bethel College '02|
Ryan Beigle enters his seventh season as the head men's and women's tennis coach and assistant sports information director at Ohio Dominican University. In his six seasons at the helm, Beigle has guided the women’s program to a 77-50 overall record and a 57-64 mark on the men’s side.
In their second season as an NCAA Division II institution, Beigle led the women to a 6-6 mark in GLIAC, guiding the Panthers to an appearance in the GLIAC Tournament.
Beigle guided the women to back-to-back NAIA National Tournament appearances in 2008 and 2009, winning the AMC titles in those years. During his tenure, he has coached two NAIA All-Americans, the GLIAC Freshman of the Year, the Wilson/ITA Region III Senior Athlete of the Year, as well as earned two AMC Coach of the Year awards and the 2009 Wilson/ITA Region III Coach of the Year.
On the men’s side, Beigle took over an extremely youthful but talented Panther squad in 2006. Beigle led the men's team to their first AMC Tournament title and the program's first NAIA National Tournament appearance in 2009. In their second season at the NCAA Division II level, Beigle guided the men to a 4-5 mark in GLIAC play, leading the Black and Gold to their first GLIAC Tournament as the #5 seed. He has help produce two NAIA All-Americans as well as a 2009 AMC Coach of the Year award.
Prior to joining the Panthers staff, Beigle spent the 2005-06 seasons as the head women's tennis coach at his alma mater. During his two seasons at Bethel, he led the Pilots to a 30-17 overall record and was named the 2006 NCCAA Coach of the Year, while leading the team to a NCCAA National Title. Beigle also gained valuable experience coaching both the boy's and girl's tennis programs at Mishawaka Marian High School in Mishawaka, Indiana. While at Marian, he helped lead the women's team to a 65-15 overall record in his six seasons and also led the men's team to a 28-12 overall record over a three-year period.
A 2002 graduate of Bethel College, Beigle received his degree in Education. As a member of the Pilots men's tennis from 1996 to 2000, Beigle helped lead the Pilots to back-to-back NCCAA National Championships his final two seasons.
Along with his various coaching duties, Beigle also plays an integral role in the athletic department assisting in the sports information office.
Beigle and his wife Marji reside in Columbus.