Now entering her third season with the Morehead State women’s basketball program, Dominique Duck has been promoted to associate head coach by head coach Greg Todd.
“Dominique has been a tremendous asset to our program the last two years and is very deserving of this promotion,” said Todd. “Our student-athletes relate very well with her, and she’s been a tremendous mentor both academically and athletically for our team.”
With Duck on staff, Morehead State has won 42 games from 2016-18, which ranks second in the Ohio Valley Conference during that span. Duck also assisted the Eagles in reaching their first national postseason event since 2010 when they competed in the 2017 WNIT.
Under Duck’s tutelage in the 2017-18 season, the Eagles ranked among the nation’s best in several NCAA stats categories, highlighted by scoring, rebounding, and blocked shots.
Duck joined the staff in 2016 after spending five seasons gaining coaching experience at various levels. Previously, Duck had served as an assistant coach at Chowan University (N.C.) where she helped the Hawks to their first 20-win season.
The Pittsburgh, Pa., native played collegiately at Western Kentucky from 2006-10 and is a member of the Lady Toppers’ 1,000-point club and was also named to the All-Diddle Arena Team which recognizes the top ten women’s players to suit up for WKU in the 50-year history of Diddle Arena. Duck was a member of the Lady Toppers’ 2008 Sun Belt Conference Championship team where she was named tournament MVP.
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