Josh Prock enters his fifth season as the head coach of the Eastern New Mexico University women’s basketball team and looks to build on the success of his first four years. Last season, Eastern posted a historic season with Prock earning Lone Star Conference Coach of the Year honors, a conference championship and the first trip to the NCAA Tournament in school history. ENMU recorded its first winning season since 2006-07 and first LSC winning record since 2003-04. The Greyhounds picked up their first win at West Texas A&M since 1981, the only team to win at Angelo State and snapped a 19-game losing streak to Tarleton State.
This past season Mikaehla “KK” Connor earned Second Team All-LSC and All-Academic Team accolades while Daeshi McCants earned Third Team All-LSC honors. One of the Greyhound freshmen, Kaylee Edgemon, shocked the entire Lone Star Conference with her balanced scoring, rebounding, and clutch shots which led to Freshmen of the Year honors.
The Greyhounds also continued their success in the classroom as seven young ladies (Alivia Lewis, Daeshi McCants, Dasia Johnson, Haley Hall, Madison Tarbet, Mikaehla Connor, and Shelby Jones) were recognized on the Lone Star Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll.
Durmon Jennings makes a unique transition from men’s basketball to women’s basketball all at Eastern New Mexico University. The previous two seasons he was a Graduate Assistant for the ENMU men’s basketball team. He has four years of experience coaching high school girls’ basketball in his hometown of Indianapolis, Indiana. Durmon also pulls from years of coaching experience with summer programs such as the EYBL Las Vegas Prospects and Lady Gym Rats. He was a great asset to our defense in the 2017-18 season, as the Greyhounds finished third in scoring defense and second in field goal percentage defense.
Graduate Assistant Coach
Rachael Eubank joined the Greyhound staff this past year as a Graduate Assistant. Rachael brings years of playing experience to our staff as she competed in the Lone Star Conference at Angelo State University and junior college basketball at Western Texas College. In the 2016-17 season she assisted the women’s basketball coaching staff of Tarleton State University. In her first season with the Greyhounds, Rachael did a tremendous job of assisting the Greyhounds in individual workouts and being a detailed statistician.