Lindsay Eagan is entering her 11th season at the helm of the Thomas More University softball program during the 2018-19 academic year. In her 11 season, Eagan has a 288-145 record for a .665 winning percentage.
Eagan has guided the Saints to at least a share of six Presidents' Athletic Conference (PAC) regular season titles and six PAC tournament titles, while advancing seven NCAA Division III Championships. She has had 53 student-athletes named All-PAC, five PAC Players of the Year, while being named PAC Coach of the Year four times.
Last season (2018), the Saints ended 32-16 overall and 17-1 in the PAC. Their lone conference loss came to Westminster in the PAC Championship Tournament, where the Saints went on to be crowned Champions. Eagan led the Saints to the NCAA Tournament Regional Round wehre they were knocked off by Illinois Welsleyan and Transylvania.
In the 2017, Eagan led Thomas More to a 35-10 record and the program's first-ever undefeated (18-0) regular season. The Saints continued their PAC dominance against the PAC as it went 3-0 in the PAC Championship Tournament to win the title and advance to the NCAA Division III Championship.
During the 2016 campaign, the Saints went 31-10 overall and posted a 15-3 mark during the PAC regular season. Thomas More advanced to the PAC Championship Tournament at the conclusion of the season.
In 2015, Thomas More went 27-17, including a 13-5 mark in the PAC to share the PAC regular season. Eagan guided the Saints to a 3-0 record at the PAC Championship Tournament to win the title and make their third-straight appearance in the NCAA Division III Championship.
In 2014, she led the Saints to PAC regular season title with a 31-12 record and a 16-2 mark in the PAC. The NCAA awarded Thomas More an at-large bid into the NCAA Division III Championship.
During her fifth season (2013), Eagan was named PAC Coach of the Year after the Saints went 25-19 overall and 12-6 in the PAC. Thomas More won the PAC Championship Tournament and advanced to the NCAA Championship tournament, where it went 1-2 in the regionals.
In 2012, she led the Saints to a 23-17 overall record, including an 8-8 mark in the PAC
In 2011, Eagan guided Thomas More to a 26-13 record and a runner-up finish in the PAC regular season and the PAC tournament.
During her second season (2010), she led the Saints to a 22-20 record and to its second straight PAC regular season and tournament titles, while advancing to the program's fourth appearance in the NCAA Division III Championship.
In 2009, Eagan guided the Saints to a school record 36 wins (36-11) and to the 2009 PAC regular season and tournament titles and made the program's third appearance in the NCAA Division III Championship, where it finished as regional semifinalists.
Eagan came to Thomas More from Ohio Dominican University, where she served as an assistant coach for two seasons.
Eagan brought a vast knowledge and experience of National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division III softball to Thomas More as she was a three-year letterwinner for the powerhouse Muskingum College softball team. As an outfielder for the Fighting Muskies from 2004-2006, she earned first team All-Ohio Athletic Conference (OAC) honors in 2004 and second team laurels in 2005 and 2006. Eagan was also named to first team All-Region by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) in 2006. While at Muskingum she helped lead the team to three NCAA Division III Regional tournaments, advancing to the World Series all three times.
Eagan, who also serves as an Assistant Athletic Director and Senior Woman Administrator (SWA) at Thomas More, resides in Cincinnati, Ohio with her husband Patrick.
|YEAR BY YEAR COACHING RECORD AT THOMAS MORE|
|2009||36||11||12||2||PAC Championship; NCAA Tournament|
|2010||22||20||11||3||PAC Championship; NCAA Tournament|
|2013||25||19||12||6||PAC Championship; NCAA Tournament Regional Round|
|2014||31||12||16||2||PAC Runner-Up; NCAA Tournament Regional Round|
|2015||27||17||13||5||PAC Championship; NCAA Tournament Regional Round|
|2017||35||10||18||0||PAC Championship; NCAA Tournament Regional Round|
|2018||32||16||17||1||PAC Championship; NCAA Tournament Regional Round|
|Overall||288||145||177||33||6 Conference Championships|
|Win %||.665||.842||7 NCAA Appearances|