Meaghan Constant enters her second year as an assistant coach for the softball program at Wesleyan in 2019.
Constant most recently served as the assistant softball coach for the 2017 season at Middletown High School, in addition to working as the head coach for the 18U CT Outlaws. She outlined and coordinated practice plans, developed and implemented game strategies and position assignments, and coached team members both individually and in groups.
Constant is a 2009 graduate of Central Connecticut State, where she majored in psychology and communications. Before graduating from Central Connecticut, Constant attended Rivier University in Nashua, N.H.
The Cromwell, Conn. resident excelled for the Raiders on the basketball court and softball field. She captained both programs during the 2005-06 season, and earned Rivier’s prestigious Player of the Year accolade, in addition to being named GNAC Player of the Week multiple times.
As a standout pitcher, she led her team to the GNAC Championship in 2007, and ultimately an appearance in the ECAC Division III Tournament. During her time at Rivier, she was also an active member of the student-athlete advisory committee (SAAC).
After graduating from Central Connecticut, Constant joined the softball coaching staff at Smith College (2011-16) in Northampton, Mass., as she flourished in the role of pitching coach. During her five-year tenure, the Pioneers won an ECAC title, earned runner-up honors in the NEWMAC, and made a trip to the NCAA Division III Tournament. Her responsibilities included assisting with recruiting, creating team statistics, and coordinating athletic events and team fundraisers.
Constant enjoys spending time with her husband, Deven, and daughter, Mackenzie.