University of Miami head women’s basketball coach announced the addition of Kelsee Grovey to the staff Monday afternoon as the program’s associate director of athletic operations – influence and brand.
Grovey will primarily serve as the Name, Image and Likeness liaison for the women’s basketball program, focusing on brand enhancement and NIL opportunities for the student-athletes, as well as serving as a creative content specialist.
“Kelsee is an energetic, innovative and talented individual. She has a clear vision and has already established goals for this program, which will elevate us even more,” Meier said. “Her ability to connect with the players and staff made her a natural fit for our program. We are thrilled to have her on board and I know she is ready to get to work.”
Grovey joins the Miami staff after spending two seasons at Fresno State as the director of basketball operations.
After a four-year playing career at Tulsa (2013-16), Grovey joined the Hurricanes’ staff as a graduate assistant for two seasons. She was then promoted to Director of Player Development/Team Manager and spent two more years on the Tulsa staff.
During her playing career, Grovey started in 115 of 123 games, tallied 73 double-figure scoring games, and had career averages of 11.0 points (1,344) and 2.6 rebounds (324). A prolific 3-point shooter, Grovey concluded her career ranked first in Tulsa’s history in 3-point field goals made (233).
Grovey earned her bachelor’s degree in communication in 2016 and her master’s degree in educational studies in 2018, both from Tulsa.ACC Miami