Jeremy Beardsley built a state power at Montgomery during a 15-year tenure, with a 231-61-20 record that included two state titles. Now, he’s a Hall of Famer.
The veteran coach returned to the high school sidelines this past fall as the coach at Immaculata. Beardsley helped turn that program around in a hurry as Immaculata finished with a 12-5-2 record after years of sub .500 seasons.
This past Sunday, Beardsley was inducted into the NJSIAA Coaches Hall of Fame.
During his Montgomery tenure, Beardsley was named NJ.com Coach of the Year, New Jersey Girls Soccer Coaches Association Coach of the Year and New Jersey Scholastic Coaches Association Coach of the Year.
In addition to two group titles, Beardsley also guided Montgomery teams that brought home four sectional championships, four Somerset County crowns and five Skyland Conference titles.
”I am honored and humbled to be inducted into the NJ State Coaches Association Hall of Fame,” said Beardsley. “This award allowed me the opportunity to reflect on the many, many relationships I have had with such great student athletes. My time at Montgomery and this new beginning at Immaculata has blessed me with such great memories. I am so thankful to everyone who has been a part of this amazing journey. I look forward to continuing to create great memories here at Immaculata High School.”
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