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The WBCA and the Alliance of Women Coaches announce the class for the 16th annual “So You Want To Be A Coach” program

Published on January 22, 2018

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The Women’s Basketball Coaches Association and the Alliance of Women Coaches announced the class for the 16th annual “So You Want To Be A Coach” program.  Each member will participate in a three-day workshop with speakers provided by the Alliance on March 28-30 in conjunction with the WBCA Convention in Columbus, Ohio and during the week of the Women’s Final Four.

The program has graduated 814 class members in its 15-year history. Among these participants, 54 percent (not counting the 2017 class) are currently working in women’s or girls’ basketball at various levels. A total of 53 are head women’s or girls’ basketball coaches — five in NCAA Division I, three in NCAA Division II, 11 in NCAA Division III, one in the NAIA, four on the two-year college level, and 29 on the high school level.

The objectives of the program are to:

  • Increase the understanding and application of skills necessary to secure coaching positions in women’s basketball.
  • Increase the understanding and awareness of competencies necessary for success in coaching.
  • Introduce female basketball players to coaches and administrators.
  • Raise awareness of the existing talent pool of female basketball players who have a passion and interest in coaching the game of women’s basketball.

In addition, members of the class are provided with professional development and career networking opportunities.

Selection criteria per the WBCA:

Qualified candidates are selected from a list of nominees who have exhausted their final year of basketball eligibility at a four-year institution or have graduated within the past year. The candidate’s head coach must nominate them and be an active WBCA member. Each participant is picked based on her academics, contributions to women’s basketball on and off the court, professional resume and a written recommendation from their head coach.

The 2018 “So You Want To Be A Coach” program class

Name Institution
Dyandria Anderson University of Florida
Ashley Barker Marietta College
Khadijah Berger Temple University
Halie Bergman University of Nevada
Camden Boehner West Chester University of Pennsylvania
Quanetria Bolton University of Alabama
Kari Borowiak Concordia University (MI)
Jay-Ann Bravo-Harriott University of Toledo
Ja’Da Brayboy University of North Carolina – Asheville
Molly Brown University of Southern Mississippi
Brandi Buie Jacksonville University
Shaylen Burnett Elon University
LeTisha Caldwell Cincinnati Christian University
Laura Castaldo University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Jasmine Cincore University of Nebraska
Emily Clemens Western Illinois University
Caitland Considine Coker College
Remy Davenport Truman State University
Jenny DeGraaf University of North Carolina-Wilmington
Jasmine Demers Buena Vista University
Jillian Dunston University of Michigan
Jennifer Dynis University of Illinois
Amanda Fioravanti Saint Joseph’s University
Maggie Flynn Flagler College
Danielle Franklin Valparaiso University
Adashia Franklyn Saint Joseph’s University
Taylor Gleason Oakland University
Tiara Goode Coppin State University
Brittany Greene University of Southern Mississippi
Shelby Holmes Eastern Nazarene College
Cassidy Joyner Lenoir-Rhyne University
Jordan Korinek Kent State University
Mackenzie Latt Davidson College
Hannah Lepaio Newberry College
Laney Lewis Ursuline College
Samantha Lisikatos State University College at Oneonta
Adebisi Mabodu University of North Texas
Kelsey McClure University of West Georgia
Lulu McKinney Texas A&M University
Camille McPherson Moravian College
Jalisa Mitchell Harris Stowe State University
Kolby Morgan Tulane University
Brooke Orcutt Case Western Reserve University
Abby Owings Thomas More College
Charnelle Reed Lewis University
Chantel Roberts Chowan University
Brianna Rowe Concordia University (MI)
Allison Spaschak Ithaca College
Madeline Staples University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh
Ni’ya Styles University of Mount Olive
Amani Tatum Manhattan College
Naqaiyyah Teague Jacksonville University
Sheana Vega Liberty University
Anna Walther Roger Williams University
Monterika Warren Bethune Cookman University
Aries Washington University of Missouri – Kansas City
Dominique Williams University of California – Los Angeles
Emily Wood University of Nebraska
Bre Zanders Lindenwood University
Camille Zimmerman Columbia University
Kat Wright University of Arizona
Danielle Williams University of Michigan

This post is part of the thread: 2017-18 College Season – an ongoing story on this site. View the thread timeline for more context on this post.


 

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