BETSY WESTERMANN | ASSISTANT COACH
Westermann previously worked at Eastern Oregon. In four years as head coach of the Mountaineers, she led her teams to a record of 92-92. They were 15 games over .500 her final two seasons in La Grande.
Her third team, in 2016, won the Cascade Collegiate Conference tournament championship, a program first, and advanced to the NAIA national tournament. In what would be her final season at Eastern Oregon, the Mountaineers went 28-19 in 2017.
Westermann got her start in coaching as a graduate assistant at Northern State. She also worked at Black Hills State and Dakota State before getting her first head coaching job at Eastern Oregon.
Born in Silver Spring, Md., Westermann was raised in Great Falls, Mont., and later Duvall, Wash., where she was a graduate of Cedarcrest High.
She played both volleyball and softball at Jamestown, from which she earned a degree in physical education in 2009. She finished her master’s degree in health and physical education at Northern State in 2011.