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Offline BIG GRAY

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NCCU New Women's BB Coach
« on: May 08, 2017, 12:15:11 PM »
Coach Trisha Stafford-Odom - welcome to the Eagle Nation!

"The former Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) player and collegiate hall of fame inductee returns to The Triangle to continue her head coaching career after last coaching three seasons at Concordia University Irvine from 2013-2016. Prior to that, Stafford-Odom was a successful assistant coach for four seasons with both the UNC Tar Heels and Duke Blue Devils. She began her collegiate coaching career as an assistant for the UCLA Bruins."


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Re: NCCU New Women's BB Coach
« Reply #1 on: May 08, 2017, 12:16:16 PM »
UNC huh? I wonder........

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« Reply #2 on: May 08, 2017, 01:34:56 PM »
Hmmm looks like NCCU may be slated to do in MEAC what they did in CIAA before they left.

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Re: NCCU New Women's BB Coach
« Reply #3 on: May 08, 2017, 03:15:52 PM »
She should know the state well,  the last 2 years at Concordia Irvine she 2-23 and 10-16.  They just moved into D2 basketball 2 years ago the year before that she coached them as a NAIA and won 24 games.   

She also might be able to land a UNC/Duke transfer if still on the good side of the coaches there.  Time will tell
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Re: NCCU New Women's BB Coach
« Reply #4 on: May 08, 2017, 03:23:51 PM »
This lady is going to have to show me something special.  She did not coach at Concordia last season (2016 - 2017).  Her only head coaching experience is on the NAIA level.  Let's hope she is a diamond in the rough.


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« Reply #5 on: May 08, 2017, 03:24:38 PM »
Welcome  to the "Nest"You have our full support. :clap: :clap: :clap:
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« Reply #6 on: May 08, 2017, 06:28:49 PM »
She should know the state well,  the last 2 years at Concordia Irvine she 2-23 and 10-16.  They just moved into D2 basketball 2 years ago the year before that she coached them as a NAIA and won 24 games.   

She also might be able to land a UNC/Duke transfer if still on the good side of the coaches there.  Time will tell


2-23 & 10-16 after moving up to D2 is an eye opener.  Being a good assistant does not wash with being a good head. She quit!   But, she will get the support of the Eagle nation hoping she doesn't run off on us as she did at her last employer.  She is coming too late to get a solid 2017 class of recruits.  BUT, if she is open to the Eagle Nation and prove she can recruit at our level (it is what it is) for talented student athletes and coach them up  too, she will be embraced. 

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« Reply #7 on: May 08, 2017, 06:41:23 PM »
She should know the state well,  the last 2 years at Concordia Irvine she 2-23 and 10-16.  They just moved into D2 basketball 2 years ago the year before that she coached them as a NAIA and won 24 games.   

She also might be able to land a UNC/Duke transfer if still on the good side of the coaches there.  Time will tell


2-23 & 10-16 after moving up to D2 is an eye opener.  Being a good assistant does not wash with being a good head. She quit!   But, she will get the support of the Eagle nation hoping she doesn't run off on us as she did at her last employer.  She is coming too late to get a solid 2017 class of recruits.  BUT, if she is open to the Eagle Nation and prove she can recruit at our level (it is what it is) for talented student athletes and coach them up  too, she will be embraced. 

Aren't you stating the obvious?

Of course if she recruits and coaches well...and makes us competitive, we'll embrace her.  Since you think quitting is a problem, I guess you know why she quit. Spill the beans..

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Re: NCCU New Women's BB Coach
« Reply #8 on: May 08, 2017, 07:55:41 PM »
Welcome coach Odom! 
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« Reply #9 on: May 08, 2017, 08:23:17 PM »
Welcome coach Odom! 

Exactly.  I know her husband through HCASC. . . welcome to the flock!
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« Reply #10 on: May 08, 2017, 09:12:12 PM »
She should know the state well,  the last 2 years at Concordia Irvine she 2-23 and 10-16.  They just moved into D2 basketball 2 years ago the year before that she coached them as a NAIA and won 24 games.  

She also might be able to land a UNC/Duke transfer if still on the good side of the coaches there.  Time will tell


IDK just read it, like the rest who bothered to do such. Valid thought if one is not quick to  drink the kool aide. She Quit. That was one of two thing in my investigation that was questionable.  I didn't  know her in her past stay at the two major schools in the area HEY hoping for the best in her building a program at NCCU. Spill what beans?  Can't say what she quit because it was not stated excepting the move up from NAIA (winning)  to D2 ( :shrug:)  Maybe funding? It did't say.  That is who we got and as with Vanessa we should support the process. 


2-23 & 10-16 after moving up to D2 is an eye opener.  Being a good assistant does not wash with being a good head. She quit!   But, she will get the support of the Eagle nation hoping she doesn't run off on us as she did at her last employer.  She is coming too late to get a solid 2017 class of recruits.  BUT, if she is open to the Eagle Nation and prove she can recruit at our level (it is what it is) for talented student athletes and coach them up  too, she will be embraced.  

Aren't you stating the obvious?

Of course if she recruits and coaches well...and makes us competitive, we'll embrace her.  Since you think quitting is a problem, I guess you know why she quit. Spill the beans..
« Last Edit: May 08, 2017, 09:22:47 PM by Thinkingaboutit »

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Re: NCCU New Women's BB Coach
« Reply #11 on: May 09, 2017, 09:25:09 AM »
She should know the state well,  the last 2 years at Concordia Irvine she 2-23 and 10-16.  They just moved into D2 basketball 2 years ago the year before that she coached them as a NAIA and won 24 games.   

She also might be able to land a UNC/Duke transfer if still on the good side of the coaches there.  Time will tell


IDK just read it, like the rest who bothered to do such. Valid thought if one is not quick to  drink the kool aide. She Quit. That was one of two thing in my investigation that was questionable.  I didn't  know her in her past stay at the two major schools in the area HEY hoping for the best in her building a program at NCCU. Spill what beans?  Can't say what she quit because it was not stated excepting the move up from NAIA (winning)  to D2 ( :shrug:)  Maybe funding? It did't say.  That is who we got and as with Vanessa we should support the process. 


2-23 & 10-16 after moving up to D2 is an eye opener.  Being a good assistant does not wash with being a good head. She quit!   But, she will get the support of the Eagle nation hoping she doesn't run off on us as she did at her last employer.  She is coming too late to get a solid 2017 class of recruits.  BUT, if she is open to the Eagle Nation and prove she can recruit at our level (it is what it is) for talented student athletes and coach them up  too, she will be embraced. 

Aren't you stating the obvious?

Of course if she recruits and coaches well...and makes us competitive, we'll embrace her.  Since you think quitting is a problem, I guess you know why she quit. Spill the beans..

I didn't read anywhere in the press release where she quit.  So obviously somebody told you or you made it up.  Additionally, like anything else people have their own axe to grind for one reason or another.  Dr. McCree has done well hiring most of our coaches.  If you think your research skills will find better talent, why don't you ask her for a job doing that.

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Re: NCCU New Women's BB Coach
« Reply #12 on: May 09, 2017, 10:08:24 AM »
It's been documented that she resigned after finishing 2-23 to pursue a job in Division 1
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« Reply #13 on: May 09, 2017, 11:55:32 AM »
well is it asking too much to post the link to such documentation.  Did she offer a reason for quitting other than probably the obvious losing record.  Either way our AD wasn't concerned.

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Re: NCCU New Women's BB Coach
« Reply #14 on: May 09, 2017, 04:29:44 PM »
At least she is black and I'm open to giving her a chance. I just don't think she can do worse than the past woman coach we had.
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