Christian added to Indiana State Women’s Basketball staff

Sycamore women’s basketball head coach Vicki Hall announced the addition of Brittany Christian to the women’s basketball staff on Tuesday morning.
Christian joins the program after spending the past two seasons as an assistant coach at Delaware State University.
“We are very fortunate to bring Brittany into the program” Hall said. “She is known for her work ethic, impressive recruiting, skill development and personality. Brittany has had some head coaching experience and loves the game. She has a great personality and is a team player. Please welcome Brittany to the Sycamore family.”
Prior to her time as an assistant coach at Delaware State, Christian spent the 2017-2018 season as the head coach at Northwest Kansas Technical College, a National Junior College Athletic Association school. She led the Mavericks to a 20-11 record and top-25 national rankings in multiple statistical categories.
“I’m elated to be joining the Indiana State women’s basketball program,” Christian said. “Coach Hall’s vision and her tireless work ethic is inspiring. The program is brimming with talent and I’m ready to maximize all of our potential. Joining the ISU Dream Team is truly a blessing and I look forward to raising banners here in Hulman Center. Go Sycamores!”
Christian spent the 2016-2017 season as an assistant coach at Northwest Kansas Technical College. She was named the 2016-2017 Women’s Basketball Coaches Association Junior College National Assistant Coach of the Year and a WBCA 30 Under 30 honoree after helping lead the team to its best season ever with a 28-2 overall record.
Her prized recruit at Northwest Kansas, Tran Brown, holds the school’s single-season points record and was among the nation’s top scorers. Christian also recruited the school’s career scoring and rebounding leader, Juliet James.
From 2013 to 2015, Christian was an assistant coach at Cheyney University. In 2012 and 2013 she was an assistant coach, then interim head coach, at Frostburg State University.
She began her coaching career as an assistant at St. Paul’s College in Virginia and later served as a graduate assistant coach/assistant to the athletic director at Virginia State University.
Christian played college basketball for four years at St. Paul’s College where she earned a Bachelor’s in Biology in 2009. She earned her Master’s in Sports Management from Virginia State in 2012.

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