Will Ingersoll has been hired as an assistant coach of the New York University women’s basketball team. He will mainly be assisting Head Coach Meg Barber in scouting and player development.
Ingersoll brings over nine years of coaching experience to his new position at NYU. His most recent job was as an assistant coach with the Columbia University women’s basketball team for the 2016-17 season, where he focused primarily on team development and recruiting. As part of a new staff, Ingersoll helped lead the program to their most wins since 2010 as well as a 50-spot increase in the RPI rankings.
“I am thrilled to add Will to our NYU family,” said Barber. “I look forward to our young women gaining value from his insights and knowledge of the game. Will is incredibly loyal and professional, and is going to bring a great asset to this program both on and off the court.”
Prior to his work at Columbia, Ingersoll was an assistant coach for the Division I Sacred Heart University women’s basketball program from 2013-16. Over those three years, he served as Recruiting Coordinator and helped put together the roster that went on to win the 2016 Northeast Conference (NEC) Regular-Season Championship.
A 2008 College of William & Mary graduate with a Bachelor of Business Administration in finance, Ingersoll went on to earn his Master of Business Administration in marketing degree from the University in 2010. During his master studies from 2008-10, he joined the athletic department as the Director of Basketball Operations for the school and then served as an assistant coach with the women’s basketball team from 2010-13.
“I want to thank NYU and Coach Barber for this tremendous opportunity,” Ingersoll said. “I am humbled and honored to be a part of the NYU family. I’ve always had the utmost respect for Coach Barber and couldn’t be more excited for the chance to work with her again.”
Ingersoll is a native of Denver, CO, and resident of Stratford, CT.
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