Friday, May 9, 2008

Randall Named Head Coach at Ohio

Big news from the Storm Coaching Network today, as Semeka Randall has been named the head coach at Ohio University.

Randall, who hails from Cleveland, had been an assistant at Cleveland State during her playing career and later moved on to Michigan State and most recently one season at West Virginia. This is her first head-coaching position and she becomes the first member of the Storm Coaching Network to be a DI head coach.

Randall spent a season and a half with the Storm and for some time held the franchise's all-time scoring record with her 28 points on June 12, 2001 at Orlando.

She replaces former WNBA player Sylvia Crawley at Ohio after Crawley took the head job at Boston College.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Semeka is a terrific person, we loved her as a Storm play, and as a player at the University of Tennessee. Congratulations to Semeka on this new life adventure!