Becky Marx Keogh enters her second year as assistant coach in the 2013 season. She was named an assistant coach with the Hoosiers on July 6, 2011, after serving four years as a volunteer assistant coach at her alma mater, the University of Michigan. She also played at the University of Michigan and was the starting catcher on the Wolverines 2005 National Championship team.
Keogh (pronounced "KEY-oh") was a Third Team Louisville Slugger/NFCA All-American catcher in 2006 as a senior at the University of Michigan after leading the Wolverines in batting average, home runs, RBI and slugging percentage. She also received Second Team All-Big Ten Conference honors and was named to the all-tournament team at the Big Ten Tournament after hitting .545.
As a junior at Michigan in 2005, Keogh was the starting catcher for all seven Women's College World Series contests as the Wolverines went on to claim the national title. With Michigan facing elimination in the second game of the championship series, she hit a two-run home run to tie the game and force a decisive game three, which Michigan went on to win.
Keogh played her first two seasons at Loyola University in Chicago, where she set a single-season school record for RBI on her way to being named First Team All-Horizon League as well as all-tournament team accolades.
Her career batting average over four seasons was .286 to with a slugging percentage of .492 and 33 career home runs.
Keogh hails from St. Joseph, Mich., and graduated from the University of Michigan with a degree in Secondary Education in 2007. She recently earned her master's degree in Kinesiology with a focus on Sports Management from the University of Michigan. She was married to her husband, Ed, in 2009 and they have a daughter, Evelyn, and a son, James.