Cierra Dvorak announced as Texas A&M-Kingsville graduate assistant coach

On Monday, Texas A&M-Kingsville women’s basketball coach Michael Madrid announced that Cierra Dvorak will join his staff as a graduate assistant coach ahead of the 2022-23 season.
“We are extremely excited to add Cierra to our coaching staff,” said coach Madrid. “She has a variety of playing experience at different levels and will add a tremendous amount of value on and off the floor for our student athletes. Cierra will be heavily involved in all aspects of our program, and I think our fan base will enjoy getting to know her in the years to come.”
Dvorak joins the squad after obtaining a bachelor’s degree in psychology with minors in professional foundation and health promotions from the College of Idaho, where she played on the women’s basketball team. 
Recently, she has spent time as an assistant girls’ basketball coach at Coeur d’Alene High School while serving as the special education administrative assistant at the school district. Additionally, she has had stints as a personal trainer and has served as a volunteer youth basketball coach from 2017-2020. 
Dvorak brings experience from multiple collegiate levels, first playing point guard at North Idaho Junior College. She was named team captain at NIJC while being nominated for Female Athlete of the Year twice. Additionally, she received distinction as a two-time North Western Athletic Conference All-Eastern Region Player while picking up a league all-star selection in 2018-19.
 Following her JUCO career, she transitioned to NCAA Division II with Nebraska-Kearney before finishing her career at the College of Idaho.