Centenary Softball Adds Dan Moreman to Staff
Friday, August 24, 2007

SHREVEPORT—Centenary head softball coach Mark Montgomery has announced the addition of Dan Moreman to his staff. Moreman will serve as a volunteer assistant working with both Montgomery and assistant coach Lyndsey Angus.

Moreman coached recreational and travel softball for 15 years before spending his last three years as head softball coach at Evangel Christian Academy in Shreveport. At Evangel, he led the team to their first District Championships in school history. In 2006, his team advanced to the state quarterfinals and made a regional finals appearance in 2007. In three years at Evangel, Moreman compiled an overall record of 69-25-3.

 Moreman’s daughter, Carrie, was a two-time All-American in softball at the University of Alabama. She holds the NCAA Division I record for most hits in a game with eight against Arkansas on March 21, 1999.


Montgomery is ecstatic about the addition of Moreman to his staff saying, “What an opportunity for Centenary! Coach Moreman is well known and respected in and around the Shreveport area as a tremendous softball coach. He has coached successfully both in the high school ranks and in elite level travel softball. By adding another coach, especially one of the caliber of Coach Moreman, Centenary softball is in for a very exciting year.”


Moreman added, “I am excited about coaching college softball and especially thrilled about working with Coach Montgomery. I’ve admired for several years the progress he has made with this program and the job he has done here at Centenary.”