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Stacie Terry

Head Coach

 

San Diego native Stacie Terry wrapped up her fifth year at the helm of the Aztec women’s basketball team after she was named the eighth head coach in program history on May 15, 2013. For the upcoming 2018-19 campaign, Terry signed the 60th-ranked recruiting class in the country according to Prospects Nation. It is the second consecutive year the Aztecs have had a nationally-ranked recruiting class after not having one since 2010-11.

 

In 2017-18, the Aztecs once again were an elite three-point shooting team. For the second straight year, SDSU hit at least 200 three-pointers, the top two totals in program history. Additionally, the team’s 33.7 three-point field goal percentage was the best since the 2009-10 campaign. Under Terry’s guidance, McKynzie Fort became the Aztecs’ third-leading scorer in program history with 1,708 points. Fort was an all-Mountain West honoree in 2017-18 and was also named to the conference’s all-defensive team. Najé Murray also was recognized by the conference, making the MW all-freshman team. The Aztecs have now picked up a conference nod each of the last 19 seasons.

 

The 2017-18 campaign was a banner year for Aztec community support. SDSU drew 22,069 fans over their 16 games for an average of 1,379. This broke the total and average attendance records set in 2007-08, when the Aztecs welcomed 14,730 fans for an average of 1,133 per game.

 

During her first season on Montezuma Mesa, Terry was saddled with the unenviable task of replacing four senior starters who accounted for nearly 64 percent of the team’s scoring offense from the previous year, as well as overcoming the loss of two key players to injuries prior to conference play.

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Kevin Morrison

Assistant Coach

 

San Diego State women’s basketball head coach Stacie Terry announced the addition of Kevin Morrison to her staff as an assistant coach on June 18, 2018. Morrison, who has 11 years of Division-I coaching experience, spent the last three years as an assistant coach at Georgia Tech after stops at Washington (2011-15) and California (2007-11).

 

“Kevin is a huge addition to our staff,” head coach Stacie Terry said. “The experience he brings after spending the last 10-plus years at three very successful programs will be invaluable. He also has an exceptional track record in recruiting, especially on the West Coast. I am very excited about the future of our program and the qualities Kevin will bring in.”

 

“I want to thank coach Terry for this great opportunity,” Morrison said. “I am very excited to come back to the West Coast and I can’t wait to work with the amazing student-athletes and staff here at San Diego State.”

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Ciara Carl

Assistant Coach

 

Ciara Carl joined the Aztec basketball staff as an assistant coach on July 15, 2013. Carl directs the Aztecs’ scouting efforts, works with the team’s guards, and recruits. Carl assisted in the signing of the 60th-ranked 2018 recruiting class in the country according to Prospects Nation. It is the second consecutive year the Aztecs have had a nationally ranked recruiting class after not having one since 2010-11.

 

In 2017-18, the Aztecs once again were an elite three-point shooting team. For the second straight year, SDSU hit at least 200 three-pointers, the top two totals in program history. Additionally, the team’s 33.7 three-point field goal percentage was the best since the 2009-10 campaign.

 

Carl helped McKynzie Fort climb the scoring charts to become the Aztecs’ third-leading scorer (1,708 points) in program history. Fort was an all-Mountain West honoree in 2017-18 and was also named to the conference’s all-defensive team. Najé Murray also as recognized by the conference, making the MW all-freshman team. Since Carl began serving on SDSU’s coaching staff, the Aztecs collected at least one all-MW honor each season.

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Nick Grant

Assistant Coach

 

Nick Grant was hired as an assistant coach on August 4, 2014. Grant, SDSU’s recruiting coordinator, primarily works with the Aztecs’ guards while also coaching the defensive side of the ball. As recruiting coordinator, Grant has helped bring in two straight top-75 recruiting classes, including the 2017 class, which was ranked No. 21 nationally.

 

In 2017-18, the Aztecs once again were an elite three-point shooting team. For the second straight year, SDSU hit at least 200 three-pointers, the top two totals in program history. Additionally, the team’s 33.7 three-point field goal percentage was the best since the 2009-10 campaign.

 

Grant helped McKynzie Fort climb the scoring charts to become the Aztecs’ third-leading scorer (1,708 points) in school history. Fort was an all-Mountain West honoree in 2017-18 and was also named to the conference’s all-defensive team. Najé Murray also was recognized by the conference, making the MW all-freshman team. Since Grant began serving on SDSU’s coaching staff, he has helped one of his position players collect all-MW honors each season (Fort & Murray).

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