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            Bryan Force               Shawna Bellaud           Anthony Rebyanski        

Name:  Bryan Force
Title:  Owner and Founder


Bio: 

Updated October 2021

Name:  Shawna Bellaud
Title:  Director of Softball Operations


Bio:  Bellaud, who joined The Bullpen in September 2020, is the current Director of Softball Operations at The Bullpen.  She is the current head softball coach at Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP) and a graduate of Manchester West high school in New Hampshire.  Bellaud brings over 14 years of coaching experience to The Bullpen and has served as a coach in many different capacities. 

Prior to arriving in Indiana, she served as an assistant coach and the Director of Video Operations at Division I Coastal Carolina.  She also served as a head coach at St. Anselm as well as an assistant coach at IUP prior to accepting the head coaching position.  

During her time as a student-athlete at New Hampshire Technical Institute, she was an All-Conference First Teamer, nominated as the teams Most Valuable Player, and also was nominated a team captain both years on the team.  After her transfer to Lock Haven, she was able to help lead the Lady Eagles to finish third in the nation.  

Updated October 2021

Name:  Anthony Rebyanski
Title:  Director of Baseball Operations


Bio:  Rebyanski, who joined The Bullpen in December 2020, is the current Director of Baseball Operations at The Bullpen.  He is a former head baseball coach at Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP) and a graduate of Indiana High School and IUP.  Bringing 15+ years of collegiate coaching experience to The Bullpen, he will also serve as a hitting and pitching instructor, while focusing on player and athletic development. 

 

As a student-athlete at IUP, Rebyanski saw himself named the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Rookie of the Year and sees his name throughout the IUP record book in numerous categories.  Following his collegiate playing career in 2005, he signed a professional contract to play in the Independent Professional Frontier League.  In 2007, he was named to the Frontier League North All-Star team and was part of a pitching staff that helped with back-to-back Frontier League Championships in 2007 and 2008. 

 

At the collegiate level, Rebyanski has spent time as an assistant coach at IUP and California University of Pennsylvania before serving as a head coach at IUP.  He also spent one year as an assistant coach in the Coastal Plain Collegiate League in Thomasville, North Carolina.  After his stint down south, he was named head coach of the Butler BlueSox in the Prospect Collegiate League for four years.  He was named Manager of the Year after the 2014 season after posting a 40-20 regular season record and leading the BlueSox to their first ever post-season appearance. 

During his 15-year coaching career, he has mentored 44 student-athletes that have gone on to sign professional baseball contracts.  Rebyanski is currently an assistant coach at Indiana Area high school.

Updated October 2021