Little Joins Pack WBB As Assistant Coach

Colorado State University-Pueblo Women’s Basketball Head Coach Tommie Johnson has announced that Jalen Little will join the ThunderWolves as the Pack’s new Assistant Coach.
“We are beyond excited to add Coach Little’s extensive knowledge, contagious energy, and unmatched passion for the game to our program,” Johnson said.
No stranger to the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, Little joins the Pack after four seasons at Chadron State College. Little served as Assistant Coach for the Eagles Men’s Basketball team.
In his four years with the Eagles, Little helped with camps. He also was instrumental in the Eagles recruiting efforts. Little coached Colby Jackson and Brian Rodriguez-Flores to All-RMAC recognitions in 2019-20.
During Little’s tenure, the Eagles totaled seven All-RMAC selections. Little’s Eagles also landed 22 student-athletes on the RMAC’s All-Academic Honor Roll.
Before joining Chadron State, Little interned at Abilene Christian University. He served as the Athletic Director’s Intern after being hand picked by Athletic Director, Lee DeLeon. In his time at Abilene Christian, Little helped raise funds for a variety of Wildcat programs.
Little last worked in Colorado for Harrison School District in Colorado Springs. He tutored gifted & talented students during this time. He also designed summer activity programs for students.
As an athlete, Little competed at the D-I level playing for Abilene Christian. As the Wildcats starting point guard, Little ranked sixth in the Southland Conference with 4.5 assists per game as a senior. In his junior season, Little totaled 11 assists in a game against Houston Baptist University.
Little played one season at Otero Junior College. He averaged 11.6 points per game and 6.7 assists per game as a sophomore for the Rattlers.
Little began his collegiate playing career with the University of Alaska-Anchorage. Starting as a freshman, Little led the team with 3.4 assists per game. His 93 assists are second-most in Alaska-Anchorage history by a freshman.
Originally from Colorado Springs, Little played his high school ball at Sierra High School. He earned Honorable Mention All-State honors.
Little will be on the bench for the Pack’s season opener at Colorado Christian University Friday Nov. 27.