Head baseball coach Bryan Lewallyn and Head softball coach Lyndsey Angus were named with the athletic director and assistant athletic director responsible for PSC athletics at a press conference Wednesday, January 20.
PSC’s President, Dr.Ed Meadows, highly recommended Lewallyn and Angus for the positions.
Meadows said.“He has shown an incredible ability to lead since he returned to us as a head baseball coach in 2016.
Meadows said, “She (Angus) is an outstanding leader, and administrators, faculty, staff, and our student-athletes all look up to her.”
Current Athletic Director Bill Hamilton emphasized both coaches were excellent choices for their respective positions.
Hamilton said, “I recommended we split the responsibilities in two… to take advantage of their strengths and to remove some of the burdens that would fall on just one person.”
Hamilton provided the incoming administrators with some advice.
“Always put your student-athletes first, do what you can to make it easier on all of the staff members, and do it the right way.”
“I am grateful to have the opportunity to serve PSC students-athletes, the athletic department, PSC, and the community,” said Llewallyn. “I am very fortunate to get to work with young people, watching them grow and develop into adults and leaders.”
Coach Bryan Lewallyn will be overseeing the day-to-day operations of the PSC Athletic Department, its budgets, staff organizations, facilities, emergency/ crisis management, and serve as a community liaison. Also, he will still serve as head coach of the baseball team.
Lewallyn, a Pensacola native, graduated from Pine Forest High School, PSC, and the University of Central Florida, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in business administrations.
Coach Lyndsey Angus is in charge of NJCAA compliance (National Junior College Athletic Association), eligibility, Title IX, Section 16, and most internal and external reports. She will also continue to serve as the head coach of the softball team.
Angus said,“I feel honored and humbled to be given this opportunity to serve the College in this role. This position has been created to not only work with Bryan but also cover things dealing with complaints and reports. “Angus said.
Angus is a Massachusetts native who joined PSC after spending five seasons as an assistant coach at the University of New Mexico. Angus graduated from the University of Kentucky with a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology and business administration.