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Beth Maddox
Associate Head Coach
Coach Info:
Position: Associate Head Coach
Hometown: Virginia Beach, Va.
High School: Salem
Alma Mater: Old Dominion
Graduating Year: 2005
Experience: 1st Year
Phone: 302-831-0881

Beth Maddox completed her first season as the associate head coach at the University of Delaware in 2015 by helping guide the Blue Hens to their third straight CAA Championship and NCAA Tournament appearance.

Maddox stepped down from her position in February 2016 to pursue personal opportunities.

The Hens continued to be a persistent threat on the national stage and spent 10 weeks ranked No. 18 or higher in the NFHCA Coaches Poll while earning a CAA Championship Three-Peat.  Delaware was ranked as high as No. 12 nationally and posted four wins against other NFHCA Top 20 squads, tying the program record set in 2009.  The Hens also battled in overtime, but came up short, to three additional Top 20 teams.

Delaware picked up the CAA three-peat after defeating No. 16 and top-seeded James Madison, 2-1, in overtime in Harrisonburg, Va.  In the team’s seventh overall trip to NCAA postseason action, Delaware’s season ended in a heartbreaking 4-3 overtime loss at No. 4 Virginia, the team’s second overtime game against the Cavs in less than a month.

Maddox joined the Blue Hens after serving five seasons as the head coach at Ball State University.  She is no stranger to the Colonial Athletic Association as she is a 2005 graduate of Old Dominion University, where she played for the Lady Monarchs during their tenure in the conference.

Maddox arrived in Muncie, Ind. as the sixth head coach in Cardinals program history in March 2010. Under her direction, BSU garnered 25 victories while boasting the 2013 MAC Rookie of the Year alongside two MAC First Team, six Second Team selections and multiple academic accolades.

Prior to arriving at Ball State, Maddox spent three seasons as an assistant coach at Colgate where she aided in all aspects of the program, including player development, practice preparation, video editing and recruiting. Additionally, Maddox participated as a coach at the 2008 U.S. Field Hockey Association Futures Program.

As a student-athlete at Old Dominion, Maddox was a four-year letterwinner for the field hockey team.

As a midfielder, she played in 77 games, starting 66, and accumulated seven goals and two assists in her career. During Maddox’s time at Old Dominion, the field hockey team made consecutive NCAA tournament appearances and won the national championship in 2000. The Lady Monarchs were also four-time CAA Champions while Maddox was on the squad.

Maddox, who also coached at individual and team camps at Old Dominion, was involved as a coach in the Virginia Beach Hockey League. Prior to her stint at Colgate, Maddox coached the Salem High School junior varsity field hockey team.

A native of Virginia Beach, Va., Maddox graduated from Old Dominion University with a degree in communications. She graduated from Salem High School in 2000 and was a National Field Hockey Coaches Association All-American. 

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