A high-scoring guard for head coach Susan Robertsí basketball teams from 1989 to 1993, Theresa Berg graduated as Grove City Collegeís second-leading career scorer with 1,347 points.
She scored over 400 points in each of her last two seasons and is one of just two players to accomplish that feat in program history. She lettered all four years and finished as a two-time First Team All-Presidentsí Athletic Conference selection.
Berg converted all 11 free throws in a home game against John Carroll in 1990, setting a new single-game foul shooting record.
In 1995, she returned to Grove City as assistant coach for womenís basketball and womenís track. She became head womenís track and field coach prior to the 1997-98 academic year.
In 1997, Berg helped guide the fourth-seeded Crimson to the ECAC Southern Basketball Championship in overtime, highlighting her coaching career at the Division III level.
The next year, NAIA Walsh University selected Berg as its womenís basketball coach. She led five teams to post-season play, coached several All-Americans and led her 2004 team to a 20-win season.
After eight years at Walsh, Berg moved to NCAA Division I as associate athletic director and senior woman administrator at Niagara University in 2006.
Berg earned a bachelorís degree in social studies/secondary education and completed her masterís degree in sport administration while assisting head coach Melissa Lamie at Grove City.