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Coaching News: Spring/Summer 2019


Heidi Heintz has been hired as an assistant coach at Saint Mary’s. She was on the UC San Diego staff the last four seasons.

A former Division I/professional player, and a four-year coaching vet at UC San Diego, Heidi Heintz has been announced as the new Saint Mary’s women’s basketball Assistant Coach.

“Heidi’s experiences will bring a vast amount of value to our program, helping enhance our offensive scheme,” said head coach Paul Thomas. “She has an incredible eye for coaching the details which fits nicely within the Saint Mary’s College women’s basketball culture. She is considered one of the top assistant coaches on the West Coast.”

(6/26/2019)


New High Point head coach Chelsea Banbury names her third assistant coach: Brittany Brown, who was an assistant at Delaware State during the 2018-19 season.

High Point University head women’s basketball coach Chelsea Banbury announced the hiring of Brittany Brown as an assistant coach today (June 26).

“I can’t wait to work with Brittany again,” Banbury said. “She has gained a lot of experience as a head coach and assistant coach throughout her career. She is a good recruiter and also knows my system. I’m really excited to have her on staff.”

Brown comes to High Point after spending the 2018-19 season as an assistant at Delaware State. Prior to her time in Dover, Del., she served as the head coach at the Community College of Rhode Island from 2013-2018. While she was at the helm for the Knights, Brown captured three regional championships (2010-13), a district title (2012-13) and produced its one Women’s Basketball Coaches Association All-American and one NJCCA All-American.

(6/26/2019)


Two new assistant coaches are announced at Idaho State: Katelin King and Jasmine Stohr.

The Idaho State women’s basketball program has two new assistant coaches. Head Coach Seton Sobolewski has announced the hiring of Katelin King and Jasmine Stohr as assistant coaches.

King has spent the last two years as a graduate assistant with the Concordia University Irvine women’s basketball program. King also played collegiately at Cal State Northridge and was a part of two Big West Conference tournament championships, one regular season championship and two NCAA tournament appearances. . . .

Stohr comes to Idaho State after serving as an assistant at Providence College in the Frontier Conference. She was inducted in the Lewis and Clark Athletic Hall of Fame as a three-time All-American where she finished her career with 2,143 points.

(6/25/2019)


Pepperdine head coach Delisha Milton-Jones has announced her departure to become an assistant coach at Syracuse.

After two seasons as the head coach of the Pepperdine women’s basketball program, Delisha Milton-Jones has announced her departure to become an assistant coach at Syracuse University.

“With this being my first real job – because playing basketball definitely never felt like a job – being able to be employed by Pepperdine University has been an awesome experience,” Milton-Jones said. “It felt like an expedited course of learning in my short time here. I have a lot of appreciation for President Andy Benton and Athletic Director Steve Potts. They saw something in me, probably more than I saw in myself. They granted me an opportunity, and I really wanted to make sure that I made the most of that opportunity, one that I could look back and be proud of, but even more, for them to be proud. It’s definitely a good feeling that things have been turned around in a short period of time and that I’m leaving the program in a good position. We’ve had exponential growth and that shows the commitment that these young women and the coaching staff have all had.

“Heading to Syracuse is a stepping stone toward something greater. What that is, I don’t know yet, but for anyone who wants to be more skilled in their craft, it will serve me well to be put in a position to learn from the best. Me being a young coach, I’ve been leaning on my own understanding from playing 17 years in the WNBA and being an Olympian. I’ve gained a lot of knowledge. But sometimes you don’t know what you don’t know. And you need to put yourself out there and learn other perspectives, and learn from those who have been there and done that. I think I’m heading to a position that will afford me the luxury of being able to position myself to learn more, be more, experience more and become more of a complete coach.”

(6/25/2019)


New High Point head coach Chelsea Banbury adds Jaime Gluesing to her coaching staff as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator. Gluesing was a Milwaukee assistant coach last season.

High Point University head women’s basketball coach Chelsea Banbury announced the addition of Jaime Gluesing to the coaching staff today (June 25). Gluesing will serve as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator for the Panthers.

“Jaime is a personable and energetic addition to our staff,” Banbury said. “She has great ideas and I think it will really pay off in our recruiting. She knows our system very well and I think she will be an effective teacher. We are fortunate to add her to our team.”

Gluesing comes to High Point after being an assistant coach at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee for the 2018-19 season. She was a graduate manager and video analyst for the Panthers for the two seasons prior.

(6/25/2019)


Right after finishing her playing career at Fordham, Lauren Holden has been hired as an assistant coach at Fairleigh Dickinson. She’ll be working for Angelika Szumilo, who was associate head coach during her Fordham career.

Fairleigh Dickinson University and head coach Angelika Szumilo announced the addition of Lauren Holden to the women’s basketball staff as an assistant coach on Tuesday.

Holden comes to FDU after finishing out her playing career at Fordham under Szumilo’s guidance. The guard concluded her career with over 1,000 points scored and an Atlantic 10 Conference Championship this past season.

“I am very excited to have Lauren join our coaching staff,” Coach Szumilo said. “She was a four-year starting point guard and a two-year team captain at Fordham. Her work ethic, competiveness, positive energy and winning mindset day in and day out will be contagious. She will be a great role model and mentor to all of our guards, especially point guards.”

(6/25/2019)


Former Western Carolina head coach Stephanie McCormick has joined the Coastal Carolina staff as an assistant coach.

Coastal Carolina head women’s basketball coach Jaida Williams announced Tuesday the hiring of Stephanie McCormick as the program’s newest assistant coach. McCormick comes to Coastal Carolina following a four-year stint as the head coach of the Western Carolina women’s basketball team.

“We are extremely fortunate to have Stephanie join our staff,” said Williams. “She has recruited and coached at the highest level of collegiate women’s basketball and I know that our student-athletes and staff will benefit tremendously from her experience.”

(6/25/2019)


E.C. Hill has joined the Towson staff as an assistant coach. She was most recently the head coach at Montverde Academy in Florida and served as an Arizona assistant coach before that.

Announced by head coach Diane Richardson, E.C. Hill has been hired as an assistant coach for the Towson University women’s basketball team.

Hill joins the Tiger family after spending the last three seasons as the head coach at Montverde Academy. Prior to her stint in Florida she was an assistant coach at the University of Arizona. While with the Wildcats she coached one of the best scorers in program history and the 18th player at Arizona to reach 1,000 points in Candice Warthen.

“E.C. Hill brings a great deal of experience at the Division I level,” Richardson said. “Her knowledge of the game as a former professional player and as a coach will fit our program perfectly.”

(6/25/2019)


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