Stony Brook University women’s basketball head coach Ashley Langford has announced the additions of assistant coach & recruiting coordinator Shireyll Moore and video coordinator Zach Goding to her coaching staff ahead of the 2021-22 season. Moore brings over a decade of experience to Langford’s staff as she most recently served as a women’s basketball assistant
Ahead of her first season at the helm of the Seawolves, women’s basketball head coach Ashley Langford announced the additions of three coaching staff members on Tuesday. Assistant coaches Delmar “Buck” Carey and Nicole Mitchell and director of basketball operations Arnika Edwards will be joining Langford and the two-time America East champions for the upcoming
Ashley Langford had the opportunity to play professional basketball overseas upon graduating from Tulane as the program’s recordholder for assists, games started and minutes played. Instead, she joined Auburn as a graduate assistant, determined to launch her path toward becoming a college basketball head coach. Today, she realizes that dream, with Stony Brook the beneficiary
Caroline McCombs, who has guided the Stony Brook women’s basketball team to record-setting heights, will remain the head coach of the Seawolves for the long term. Stony Brook director of athletics Shawn Heilbron announced a contract extension for McCombs on Monday that runs through the 2024-25 season. McCombs earned America East Coach of the Year honors this past season
Stony Brook Associate Head Women’s Basketball Coach Dan Rickard has departed the Seawolves staff and has been named as an assistant men’s coach NYU. Rickard completed his second season as the Associate Head Coach for the Stony Brook women’s basketball team in 2017-18, after spending 11 seasons on the Stony Brook men’s basketball coaching staff.
Stony Brook Director of Athletics Shawn Heilbron has announced a three-year contract extension for women’s basketball Head Coach Caroline McCombs, securing the Seawolves’ leader through the 2021-22 season. “Since her arrival at Stony Brook four years ago, Caroline has proven that she is the right leader for our women’s basketball program and is extremely deserving of this