|Alma Mater:||Oregon State|
Andreana begins her first season with UND for 2017, where she will primarily oversee the pitching staff.
Andreana comes to North Dakota after spending two years as a graduate assistant and the pitching coach for the Black Hills State softball team. With the Yellow Jackets, she helped the softball team achieve its highest win total since moving from NAIA up to Division II, as well as reducing the overall pitching ERA. She was in charge of all pitching aspects with the Yellow Jackets, from bullpen workouts, prospect camps, and youth camps; including the organizing of all pitching instructors, and assisting with the pre-planning of camp.
Prior to joining the staff at Black Hills State, Andreana was a member of the Oregon State softball team, where she helped the Beavers to NCAA Regional appearances in 2012 and 2013. She was named PAC-10 Honorable Mention in 2011 and earned PAC-12 Pitcher of the Week honors in 2013.
A native of Oakville, Ontario, she was a member of the Canadian Senior National Team and earned a bronze medal at the 2010 World Championships in Caracas, Venezuela.
She earned her bachelor’s degree in communication from Oregon State in 2013 and earned her Masters of Business Administration from Black Hills State in 2016.