Beth Floyd is in her ninth season as the head softball coach. She is also the school's Associate Director of Athletics and Senior Woman Administrator. Prior to her arrival on the WC campus, Floyd was the varsity softball coach and athletic director at (Leesburg) Fairfield High School.
Floyd assists the administration of Wilmington’s 21 intercollegiate teams and oversees game management and NCAA compliance.
She is the school's winningest fastpitch softball coach. The team has increased its win total in each of the last four of the last five seasons, including a school-record 20 in 2013. It also marked the first winning season in program history.
The Quakers have started to climb the OAC ladder and have posted wins over nationally ranked teams and eventual conference champions. Wilmington tallied its most OAC wins in school history in 2014.
A 1993 graduate of University of Rio Grande, Floyd compiled a 171-73 record at Fairfield High School. Her teams won four Southern Hills League titles, nine sectional championships, two district crowns and made two “Sweet 16” and one “Elite Eight” appearances. She was named SHL coach of the year three times.