Myranda Rowland has been named the fourth head coach in Berea-Midpark’s softball program history, the department of athletics announced Tuesday (January 12th). Rowland comes to Berea-Midpark from Brecksville-Broadview Heights High School.
“We are thrilled to have Myranda Rowland join the Berea-Midpark family,” Berea-Midpark athletic director Adam Howard, said. “It was clear that Myranda has the enthusiasm, relationship building traits and softball acumen to add great value to our program.”
“As the new Head Varsity Softball coach, I am very excited for the opportunity to represent Berea-Midpark” Rowland said. “I believe that the game of softball teaches lessons that helps young women to be successful on and off the field and I am grateful for the opportunity to help teach these lessons at Berea-Midpark.”
Rowland has spent the last couple of seasons as an assistant coach with the Brecksville-Broadview Heights softball program. She also coaches with Explosive Fastpitch, one of the premier club softball programs in Northeast Ohio.
In her playing days, Rowland played her college softball at Notre Dame College. In her senior season, Rowland was tied for the team lead with a batting average of .340 and led the Falcons in on-base percentage at .366. She was a top 20 hitter in the Mountain East Conference.
At Normandy High School, Rowland earned three offensive player of the year honors and three First Team All North East Ohio Conference honors.