Brianna Strecker Brianna.strecker@WESTPOINT.EDU 845-938-4443
Bob Beretta is in his 18th year serving as a member of the Army athletic department’s senior leadership team and 32nd year overall in West Point's athletic department. He is in his 12th year steering many of the athletic department's external operations ventures to include sport supervision, team and game operations, corporate sponsorship, Army-Navy operations and all Army football bowl activities. Previously, he oversaw Army’s athletic communications, multi-media, broadcasting, New Media and publicity efforts for the Black Knights’ 28 intercollegiate athletic teams for more than 25 years.
A veteran of the local travel softball scene, Beretta assumed duties as the interim head coach of Army’s varsity softball program on Labor Day. He will serve in that capacity through the end of the academic year.
He also oversees maintenance of athletic department's strategic plan, while holding positions on the Patriot League Sport Management Committee, Army-Navy Steering Committee and Atlantic Hockey Association Executive Committee, among others. He recently completed a three-year stint on the NCAA Hockey Rules Committee and served for two years as the Chairman of Atlantic Hockey’s Executive Committee. He currently serves as the Patriot League SMC liaison with the conference’s baseball head coaches committee and serves as West Point's lead contact with the New York Yankees and New York Mets, managing all aspects of those vital relationships. During his time leading Atlantic Hockey's Executive Committee, he was instrumental in the league outsourcing its multi-media rights for the first time in conference history, leading to a significant increase in corporate sponsorship revenue.
ASSOCIATE AD / INTERIM HEAD SOFTBALL COACH BOB BERETTA
Bri Strecker enters her third season as an assistant coach with the Army softball program.
The program has experienced a lot of success with Strecker on the staff, having reached the Patriot League Tournament in each of her three seasons while also finishing above .500 in league play.
In her first season with the Black Knights, Army set a new program mark for wins in a single season with 39.
Strecker joined the West Point staff after a two-year stint as an assistant at Tufts University in Medford, Mass.
Prior to her position at Tufts, Strecker served as the recruiting coordinator for the women’s basketball team at Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston, Mass.
She spent the 2014 season as an assistant coach at Bridgewater State University in Bridgewater, Mass., and helped lead the Bears to a 32-14 record and an appearance in the NCAA Division III Super Regionals.
Strecker graduated from Bridgewater State in January 2014 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice and a minor in Anthropology, following a four-year playing career for the Bears.
Assistant Softball Coach Bri Strecker
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