2016 Season: Red-shirted

Prior to ETSU: Beeler graduated from the Webb School of Knoxville in 2015...He played under head coach Jordan Wormsley...As a batter, he collected a 0.396 batting average his senior season with 17 stolen bases, nine doubles and 23 RBIs....As a pitcher, Beeler hurled 59.1 innnings with an ERA of 0.94 and finished with a 6-1 record...He tallied 52 strikeouts and 12 walks during that same season...He was a three time All-District, All-Region, and All-State member during his sophomore, junior and senior seasons...He has played every position between his high school and summer teams...He is a sidearm pitcher, which makes it difficult for batters to hit...His biggest baseball accomplishment was being named the Region Tournament MVP...Off the fireld, he enjoys playing football, hanging out with friends, playing video games, doing outside activities, and listening to music...He is a two-way player at ETSU as he also plays for the football team...Beeler is pursing an exercise science degree at ETSU.