The Assistant Coach of Women’s Basketball & Head Coach of Junior Varsity is responsible for assisting with the Varsity Basketball program and to oversee the direction and management of all aspects of the Junior Varsity Basketball program.
Coordinate the recruiting of student-athletes who have the ability and potential, athletically and academically, to achieve success at WBU. In that sense, the Coach serves as a recruiting officer of the University, attracting students to participate in the programs.
Be instrumental in leading team members to attain Christian growth and high ethical and moral standards.
Plan, organize and supervise of the Junior Varsity Basketball program.
Assist in the planning, organizing and supervision of the Varsity Basketball program.
Set forth desired goals for the program.
Adhere to all policies and procedures of the NAIA and the Sooner Athletic Conference.
Arrange for the use of facilities and vehicles through the Athletics Director.
Arrange for pre-participation physicals and be responsible for securing all pre-participation forms as required by the Athletics Department policy for eligibility purposes.
Recommend a preliminary budget for the upcoming season to the Director of Athletics and Head Coach. Also, insure that budgeted revenues are achieved and budgeted expenses are not exceeded.
Keep records of uniforms, equipment, and supplies issued during the season and submit an inventory of same at the end of the school year to the Head Coach.
Serve the Varsity Head Coach as the Coordinator of Basketball Operations:
Coordinate recruiting for the varsity basketball program by making contacts with potential players and arranging for campus visits.
Coordinate transportation and travel needs of the varsity.
Assist the Head Coach in planning, organizing, and supervising the total year round program for the sport. This will include pre and post -season practices as well as games.
In the absence of the Head Coach, be responsible for the team or a portion of the team in practice and in games.
Supervise all aspects of the positions of Student Assistant and Team Manager.
About Wayland Baptist University
Wayland Baptist University was established in 1908 by pioneer physician Dr. James Henry Wayland, who believed that education should be accessible to all and that it should be grounded in faith in Christ. Wayland is the oldest institution of higher education in continuous existence on the High Plains of Texas.
Wayland competes in the NAIA Division I as a member of the Sooner Athletic Conference and the Central States Football League. Intercollegiate teams for men and women include cross country, track and field, soccer, basketball, and diving, golf, cheer and dance, and Wayland is the first university in the state of Texas to compete in men’s and women’s wrestling. Wayland also competes in baseball, football, and women’s volleyball.