Yakima Clifton led the effort with 14 points
Jamesha Mosley and Yakima Clifton led the rout with 16 points
Senior forward Jamesha Mosley (Oak Grove, KY) led the Broncos with 12 points and 7 rebounds.
Broncos predicted to finish ninth overall in the CIAA
Nine different camps available to the public
Serena King-Coleman embarks on her second season as the head women’s basketball coach at Fayetteville State University for the 2017-18 season.
Prior to taking the helm of the Lady Broncos basketball program, King-Coleman spent six seasons as the head women’s basketball coach at Kentucky State University. She accumulated a record of 99-67, the most coaching wins in KSU women’s basketball history with a winning percentage of .596
King-Coleman reached a single-season career best record of 24-5 in her last season at Kentucky State (2015-16). She led the Thorobrettes to the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC) tournament championship game and an appearance in the NCAA Division II South Regional. KSU had a record of 22-6 in 2014-15 under the tutelage of King-Coleman. The first back to back 20-plus win season at Kentucky State since 1995-97.
King-Coleman has a total of 152 career coaching victories in 13 seasons. She recorded her 100th career victory when Kentucky State defeated LeMoyne-Owen 64-61 on January 27, 2014.
King-Coleman has remained professionally involved
Before assuming the leadership role at KSU, King-Coleman spent six seasons as the head women’s basketball coach at St. Paul’s College. She was also the Senior Woman Administrator (SWA) and Assistant Athletic Director (2007-2010). In 2008, King-Coleman coached the first CIAA Player of the Year in SPC history.
At the conclusion of the 2007-2008 season, King-Coleman and her team received the CIAA Sportsmanship Award.
King-Coleman began her head coaching career as the interim head women’s basketball coach at Gardner-Webb University at the start of the 2003-04 season. In 2002-03, she held the position of associate head women’s basketball coach and recruiting coordinator at GWU.
She maintains membership in the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA). King-Coleman was inducted into the Class of 2010 10th Region Hall of Fame for the State of Kentucky Girls High School Basketball.
King-Coleman played collegiate women’s basketball at UNC-Greensboro from 1993-1997, where she earned Big South All-Rookie honors. She earned her bachelor of arts in English (1998).
King-Coleman and her husband Meade have three children, Symphonie, Madison, and Aria and plan to reside in Fayetteville.
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