This is an exciting time in the Titans Nation. Members Only Clubhouse- 2000 Sq foot (Clubhouse equipped with oversized leather couches, flat screen TV with Comcast cable, ping pong table, shuffle board table, work station for homework or parents, vending machine and 2 arcade games - NFL Blitz and NBA jams) Free High Speed internet with Comcast Business Class - Wifi codes available upon request Weight room - 1500 sq foot (Free weights, treadmill, squat racks, dumbbells and much more!)
Specialities: Pitching, Hitting
*Played at East Cobb from 1997-04. 2 National Championships
Specialties: Fastpitch Hitting, Pitching, Defense
Angie Beal has been coaching/instructing softball for 7 years. Beal spent four years as a high school varsity player at Center Grove HS in Greenwood, Indiana, where as a senior she was named as an All County and All Metro- South team player, was State Runner-up, and was both the Golden Glove winner and Honorary Captain of her team Beal then received a full scholarship as a catcher to Wabash Valley Junior College where she was named as All Regional Player in the Region XXIV Women’s Division and played for two JJCAA JUCO World Series teams.
Beal completed her education on full scholarship at the University of Southern Indiana catching and playing first base. Beal was recognized on both the Academic All-Conference Team and as a NFCA All American Scholar Athlete in 2004-2005 and 2005-2006. In 2006 she was named to the Great Lakes Valley Conference All-Conference Team as First Team Catcher, and was also named as NFCA Second Team All-Regional Catcher. She received several awards as a student athlete, and in 2006 Beal played in the NCAA Regional Tournament.
Beal moved to Cherokee County in 2007 after receiving her degree from USI in Elementary Education. She is certified to teacher PreK through 5 as well as Grades 6-8 Language Arts and Social Sciences. Beal currently teaches third grade at Avery Elementary. She lives with her husband Rusty Beal and daughters Liliana (age 5) and Hensley (age 2)
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 11 National Titles, and over 195 players going on to play College or Professional baseball. Eight of the National Titles were won by Coach Beam’s 16U team. With now over 25+ players currently playing professional baseball.
Specialties: Pitching, Fielding and Hitting
Awards -Triple crown winner 2005 JV Lassiter
Specialties: Hitting and Defense
Specialties: Hitting, Pitching, Speed & Agility
Kevin Wildes has been in the physical therapy field for 14 years. He has experience in treating patients of all ages who are recovering from a specific injury. Kevin has an extensive background in sports and personally suffered a shoulder injury in college that ultimately ended his baseball career.
His knowledge of Physical Therapy, combined with his experience of treatment to recover from his own personal injury, led him to begin training and given lessons to youth in order to teach them the proper way to train. Athletically, Kevin lettered in football and baseball in High School and was selected to the Southeast and South All-Star teams. Additionally, Kevin was invited to pitch for Team Georgia – a team compiled of the top 25 player’s in the state of Georgia. After high school, he was a starting pitcher for his American Legion State Championship team. While attending Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College on a baseball scholarship, Kevin was a starting pitcher for two consecutive years and helped lead the team to a NJCAA State Championship.
Specialties: Hitting and Pitching
Born and raised right here in Woodstock, Georgia.Playing Experience:
Awards received while at EHS:
Specialties: Hitting and Defense
Coach Squires has been coaching since 2009. He grew up playing baseball in the East Cobb Baseball program beginning in 2000. In addition to East Cobb and Etowah High School, Michael played with the New England Lightning Baseball Club and Winnacunnet High School. Michael graduated from Etowah High School in 2009 and went on to play college baseball at Young Harris College. He graduates from Kennesaw State University in May 2014.
Baseball History & Awards
Mike Nayman was named Creekview High School’s first-ever head baseball coach in March, 2005. He came to Creekview after serving for five seasons as a varsity assistant coach at Woodstock High School. Prior to his stint at WHS, Nayman was an assistant varsity coach / head junior varsity coach for one year at Cherokee High School. Now entering into his eight year at Creekview in 2013 and seventh varsity campaign, the Grizzlies have posted stellar numbers since the school’s inception. Through six varsity seasons Creekview has posted a 102-65 (.611) to go along with three state playoff berths, a region title and one sub-region title. Nayman has been honored with region and county Coach-of-the-Year honors during that time period.
In addition to his baseball coaching duties Nayman led the Creekview softball program to amazing heights over four seasons before retiring after the 2010 season. The Lady Grizzlies posted a 105-36 (.745) record over four years, won three consecutive region titles, three state playoff appearances and made two trips to Columbus, GA for the state championship round. Creekview set numerous school records en route to the fourth best win total of any team in the state at all classifications during that time period. During this stretch, the Lady Grizzlies won 46 consecutive region games and posted 11 wins in state playoff competition. For these efforts, Nayman was selected the region Coach-of-the-Year three times and twice for the county.