Beatty returns to Middlebury for his 32nd season of coaching in 2019-20. The 1984 Middlebury graduate continues to head up the indoor and outdoor track programs at Middlebury.
In 1998 and 2000, Beatty was named the NCAA New England Regional Women's Coach of the Year after leading the Panthers to NESCAC Championships. In 2005 and 2014, he was named the NESCAC Men's Coach of the Year. Following the 2018 and 2019 outdoor seasons, Beatty and his staff were lauded as the NESCAC Men's Coaching Staff of the Year.
Beatty is currently the President of the NCAA Division III New England Track and Field and Cross Country Association. In his time at Middlebury, Beatty and his staff have coached 120 All-Americans and 15 National Champions.
While at Middlebury, Beatty was a sprinter on the track team and one of the leading running backs on the football team.
After a year as a graduate assistant coach in football, women's basketball and track and field at Middlebury, Beatty moved on to Trinity College where he served in similar capacities. Beatty returned to Middlebury in 1987 to serve as an assistant coach for the track program, as well as men's basketball and football.
In 1988, he became head coach of the track and field teams. He gave up his coaching duties for football and basketball and began to devote more time to expanding the track and field program with the addition of indoor track and field after the 1989 season. On campus, Beatty has served as the Cook Commons Faculty Head for eight years, as well as being involved with several College committees and organizations.