Guiding Georgia Tech to six postseason appearances, Agnus Berenato won 223 games over a 15-year tenure on The Flats, leading Georgia Tech to the championship of the 1992 Women’s National Invitation Tournament and berths in the NCAA Tournament in 1993 and 2003, as well as three other appearances in the Women’s NIT. During her time at Tech, Berenato coached three All-Americans in Joyce Pierce, Kisha Ford and Sonja Mallory, and was named Georgia Coach of the year by the Atlanta Tipoff Club in 1992, as well as by the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame in 1992 and 2000. Now a member of the athletic hall of fame at three schools, Berenato was previously inducted into the halls at Rider University, where she first became a head coach, and Mount St. Mary’s, her alma mater. Her service went beyond the basketball court at Tech, helping generate two endowed scholarships at Tech in the name of deceased player Mandy Miller, and was active in soliciting donors for the renovation of Alexander Memorial Coliseum in 1996. All of her student-athletes who completed eligibility at Tech graduated from the Institute. Berenato went on to coach 11 seasons at Pittsburgh and the last six at Kennesaw State before announcing her retirement in March.