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MARYLAND WOMEN'S
BASKETBALL CAMPS

Staff



Brenda Frese
Head Coach

There was no better fit for the University of Maryland women's basketball program than head coach Brenda Frese. The 2002 Associated Press (AP) National Coach of the Year arrived in College Park with great expectations and has not disappointed. Reviving a once-prominent women's basketball program back to the national stage, her high work rate and positive attitude has resulted in 11-straight top-15 recruiting classes, three Final Fours, five conference titles and a National Championship in 2006. Frese has balanced that strong work ethic with a fun and family-friendly environment, also becoming a wife and a mother of twin boys, giving birth to them in the midst of one of the most successful seasons in the program's history. With the birth of her twins in February of 2008, she becomes one of only six coaches to win a national championship and be a parent. Since her first season at the helm when the team won just 10 games, Frese has guided Maryland to a National Championship in 2006, 12 winning seasons, 11-straight 20-win seasons, five 30-win campaigns and 11 trips to the NCAA Tournament. In 2006-07, Maryland also received its first-ever No. 1 preseason national ranking, remaining in the top spot in the polls for 10-consecutive weeks.

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Shay Robinson
Assistant Coach

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Danielle Hemerka
Director of Scouting and Player Development

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Bett Shelby
Assistant Coach

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Joe Glowacki
Director of Recruiting Operations

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Terry Nooner
Assistant Coach

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Libby Ellis
Director of Basketball Operations

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