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Maryville Univ - Women's Basketball

COACHING STAFF

 

COLLIN LANAM  |  HEAD COACH

Maryville University Vice President for Athletics and Recreation Marcus Manning announced Collin Lanam as head women’s basketball coach in August 2016. Lanam spent the last three seasons as an assistant coach for the Saints men’s basketball team.

“Based on Collin’s experience at Maryville and within the Great Lakes Valley Conference, he is the right person to guide the women’s basketball program,” Manning said. “Collin is a bright, up-and-coming, young professional in this industry who can engage and lead today’s student-athlete. I’m excited for him to receive this opportunity.”

“I am honored and humbled to be given the opportunity to become the head coach of the Maryville women’s basketball team,” Lanam said. “I have to thank Dr. Mark Lombardi and Mr. Marcus Manning for giving me the chance to lead a great group of student-athletes. My staff and I will continue to build upon the culture and tradition that exists here at Maryville. I look forward to guiding these young women to another successful year academically, socially and athletically.”

Lanam has coached four All-Great Lakes Valley Conference selections at Maryville and helped 20 student-athletes earn GLVC All-Academic honors. He oversaw the squads that earned consecutive National Association of Basketball Coaches Academic Team Excellence awards in 2015 and 2016. Lanam been a part of 35 victories for the Saints men’s team during his time at Maryville.Prior to Maryville, Lanam worked at the University of Indianapolis. He assisted the Greyhound program in all facets, including scouting, recruiting, on-court instruction, video coordination and summer camps. During his time with the Greyhounds, Lanam helped the team reach three straight NCAA Tournaments. The program was ranked for 10 consecutive weeks in the NABC Division II Top 25, and was as high as No. 5 in January 2013. At UIndy, Lanam coached two All-Americans and four All-Conference selections.

A native of Crawfordsville, Ind., Lanam graduated from Wabash College in 2006.  He served as the junior varsity head coach and varsity assistant at Crawfordsville High School for the 2005-06 season. He also was an assistant for the post-graduate team at Lee (Maine) Academy for the 2006-07 campaign. Lanam worked as the graduate manager for the men's basketball team at Southern Illinois before assuming his position at Indianapolis. He has worked numerous basketball camps across the country, including Reebok and Nike camps, as well as prominent schools like Purdue, Baylor, Texas and Southern Methodist. Lanam earned his master’s in business administration from UIndy in 2012.

 

STACIA SHRIDER ASSISTANT COACH

Maryville University head women’s basketball coach Colin Lanam announced Stacia Shrider as an assistant coach. She was the head coach at Marietta College, a Division III program in Marietta, Ohio, for four seasons prior to joining the Saints for the 2016-17 season.

While at Marietta, Shrider guided the team to its most wins in 20 years and the squad received Division III Top 25 National Poll votes for the first time in school history. The team also posted its most league wins since the 2000-01 season. In her four seasons with the Pioneers, Shrider recorded 41 victories, the second most in program history. She was the President of the Ohio Athletic Conference coaches association. Shrider served for two seasons as an assistant coach at Marietta.

Shrider earned her bachelor’s degree in education from Baldwin Wallace University in 2008. Shrider was team captain for two seasons at Baldwin Wallace University and played all four years there. She helped the Yellow Jackets reach the Elite 8 in 2006. Shrider was an honorable mention All-OAC selection and earned Academic All-OAC honors as a senior. She served as a graduate assistant for two seasons at Heidelberg University and earned a master’s degree in education in 2010.

 

BRITTANY FISH ASSISTANT COACH

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