Josh Prock enters his fourth season as the head coach of the Eastern New Mexico University womens basketball team and looks to build on the success of his first three years. Last season, Eastern made its second straight trip to the Lone Star Conference championships and challenged eventual tournament champion Angelo State in the first round. In Procks first year, ENMU won four of its first five home contests for the first time since the 2006-07 season.
Last season, Sarah Stinnett garnered her second straight All-LSC selection, and was joined by Kassandra Harris. As usual, Procks team was exceptional in the classroom, with Jordyn Cooper capturing CoSIDA Academic All-District honors, in addition to a selection to the LSC All-Academic Team.
In 2014-15, Sarah Stinnett and Tori Tucker earned Second Team All-LSC honors, while Tucker was chosen as the leagues Offensive Player of the Week, twice. Eastern won five LSC games, which included a sweep of Angelo State, to qualify for the conference tournament.
Jennifer Principe joined the Greyhound staff for the 2015-16 season and made an immediate impact. Her role was to assist in all aspects of the program, which included recruitment of student athletes, practice preparations, travel, and game-day activities.
In two years with Fort Lewis College, Principe helped the Lady Skyhawks compile a 32-22 record with a 26-18 mark in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference. The team finished tied for fourth in the RMAC in 2013-14, tied for sixth last season, and reached the conference tournament each year.
Prior to Fort Lewis, Principe coached for two seasons at the University of South Carolina-Aiken, where she helped led the Pacers to a 49-12 overall record and a 29-8 mark in Peach Belt Conference play. The Pacers finished in the top three in the conference standings both years and earned their third consecutive bid to the NCAA Tournament.
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