Robyne Bostick

Director of Women’s Basketball Player Development
Oklahoma State University

Experience

2022 – Present: Director of Player Development, Oklahoma State University

2017 – 2022: Associate Head Coach, University of Missouri-Kansas City

2016 – 2017: Interim Head Coach, Northern Arizona University

2012 – 2016: Assistant Coach, Northern Arizona University

2002 – 2004: Associate Head Coach (03-04)/Assistant Coach, Long Island University

2001 – 2002: Assistant Coach, Princeton University

1998 – 2001: Assistant Coach, United States Air Force Academy

1997 – 1998: Assistant Coach, Vanderbilt University

1996 – 1997: Assistant Coach, James Madison University

1994– 1996: Professional Player, BBC Residence Walferdange (Luxembourg)

1990 – 1994: Player/Team Captain (92-94), Saint Joseph’s University

Education

2009: University of Northern Colorado, Masters, Sports and Exercise Science

1993: Saint Joseph’s University, Bachelors, Psychology

Personal

Hometown: Mechanicsburg, PA

Career Highlights

From 2017 to 2022, helped lead Kansas City to a 81-65 (.555) overall and three winning seasons, (two 21+ win seasons) helping rebuilding a program that only had two winning seasons in the 24 seasons prior to staff’s arrival

The 2019-20, helped lead Kansas City to the first WAC Regular Season Championship in program history

In 2021-22, assisted Kansas City to the second-most single-season wins (23), second-most conference wins (t-12), and only the third post-season berth (WNIT) in the program’s Division I history

In 2019-20, helped lead Kansas City to only the program’s fourth winning season (21-10) in 27 seasons, as well as the third-most single-season wins (21) and most conference wins (13) in the program’s Division I history

In 2018-19, helped lead Kansas City to only the program’s third winning season (16-15) in 26 seasons and most WAC wins (9) in program history

Kansas City’s scoring offense finished ranked 24th nationally in 2018-19, as well as 1st in the WAC

As Northern Arizona’s Interim Head Coach in 2016-17, led the program to an increase of three overall (9) and three Big Sky Conference (5) wins over the season prior to her taking over

In 1997-98, helped lead Vanderbilt to a 20 wins and an NCAA Tournament berth

As a Division I Assistant Coach, has recruited and coached 23 all-conference team selections, including one Player of the Year and four Freshman/Newcomers of the Year

The 1993-94 Big 5 Player of the Year, was a 2022 inductee into the Saint Joseph’s Athletic Hall of Fame and 2000 inductee into the Philadelphia Big 5 Hall of Fame

News & Media

Head Coach Record