Hometown: Windsor, Colo.
Alma Mater: Doane University
Following a career as a student-athlete at rival Doane University, Bre Hamilton joined the Concordia University Softball staff beginning in 2020-21. As a member of the staff, Hamilton helped the Bulldogs to a 32-13 overall record and a berth in the NAIA Opening Round of the national tournament in 2021.
Hamilton pitched for the Tigers over the past four years and posted a 4.68 ERA over 137.2 innings. She recorded a career high of 10 strikeouts versus Indiana Tech in March of 2019. Hamilton also posted a nine-strikeout game against Concordia in March of 2017. Her coaching experience includes serving as a volunteer coach for softball teams in her home state of Colorado.
The Windsor native achieved Dean’s List status in 2018 and earned her bachelors of arts from Doane in K-12 Endorsement. She is currently pursuing her master's in School Counseling from Concordia. Bre is the daughter of Brenda and Phil Lange and Brian and Dawn Hamilton. Bre has two sisters: Zoe and Brooke.
Hometown: Friend, Neb.
Billy Baugh completed his fourth season on staff with Concordia University Softball in 2021. Baugh serves as the program’s hitting instructor and also works with outfielders.
Baugh possesses more than 30 years of experience in coaching between the collegiate, high school and youth levels. His collegiate coaching service included a stint from 2006 through 2009 as assistant varsity coach and head junior varsity coach at Doane. The 2009 team led the GPAC in batting average while the 2006 and 2008 teams qualified for regionals under a different format than the NAIA currently employs.
While with the Bulldogs, Baugh has aided in the development in star hitters such as first team all-conference infielders Hhana Haro and Tori Homolka and Camry Moore. Haro was named the 2018 GPAC Player of the Year in her freshman season. During the shortened 2020 season, Concordia batted .363 and averaged more than 8.0 runs per game. The '21 team that reached the NAIA national tournament opening round averaged 5.8 runs per game behind stars like Haro and Moore.
A fixture within the Friend, Neb., softball community, Baugh has coached at Friend High School and within the town at the youth level. As Assistant Softball Coach at Friend, Baugh helped the 2009 squad to a Class C state championship and was part of teams that had a combined 69-18 overall record. Baugh has also been a successful select coach for many years having served as Head Coach of the Nebraska Aftershock from 2005-12, compiling a record of 499-112 with state championships in five different seasons. In addition, he’s coached, as head or assistant, the Nebraska Nemesis and Nebraska Blue Diamonds select teams and has experience coaching baseball and basketball.
Baugh owns a coaching certificate from Chadron State University and is an alum of Friend High School. States Baugh, “I think of myself as a teacher before a coach.”
Billy is married to Peggy Baugh. They have a son Brett and two daughters, Jordyn and Brooke (member of the Concordia volleyball team).
Hometown: Crete, Neb.
Alan Moore serves as the pitching coach on the Concordia University Softball staff. His daughter Camry is a member of the team.
Moore is well-established within the local softball community as someone who has coached softball select level teams for 12 years with the Nebraska Gold and Nebraska Fury. He has also spent nine years as an assistant coach for the Crete High School softball team, which made three-straight state tournament trips and won the Class B state title in 2017. In addition, Moore provides individual softball lessons. Moore himself is a Crete High School alum. Camry earned first team All-GPAC honors in 2021 as the ace of the pitching staff.
Alan is married to Dede Moore, a Crete Public School teacher. Alan and Dede have a daughter Carissa, a former Doane student-athlete, in addition to their daughter Camry.