Flamini named Head Women’s Basketball Coach at Bridgewater College

Bridgewater College director of athletics Curt Kendall has announced the hiring of former ODAC Coach of the Year and WBCA Region Coach of the Year Stephanie Flamini as the College’s new head coach for the women’s basketball program. Flamini will be the eighth head coach in the program’s history.

Flamini led the Guilford College women’s basketball program for 18 years, leading the Quakers to a  287-171 record, which included six Old Dominion Athletic Conference Championship final appearances and three league titles. The winningest coach in program history, she was a two-time ODAC Coach of the Year (2016, 2019), a Women’s Basketball Coaches Association Region 5 Coach of the Year and a finalist for the National Coach of the Year during her tenure.

“I am excited for the hiring of Stephanie Flamini as our next head women’s basketball coach. She brings a wealth of knowledge, experience and proven success to our traditionally strong women’s basketball program,” said Kendall. “She knows our conference well and brings great passion, leadership and a competitive drive that will serve our current and future players well.”

The King of Prussia, Pa. native as served as Guiford’s senior woman administrator from 2015-2021.

Most recently, Flamini served as the Senior Associate Director of Athletics at the University of Hartford as a key member of the university’s transition to Division III. 

Before joining Guilford’s staff, Flamini spent three seasons as head coach of the women’s basketball team at Chowan University. She guided Chowan to three straight winning seasons, amassing a 42-32 record during that time. Flamini also worked as Chowan’s Senior Woman Administrator/Assistant Athletic Director.

Flamini, who also enjoyed a stint as women’s basketball coach and Assistant Director of Athletics/Senior Woman Administrator at University of Maine at Farmington, has also worked as an assistant coach at Shippensburg University and West Chester University.


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