Jesyka Burks-Wiley

Head Women’s Basketball Coach
Florida International University


2020 – Present: Head Coach, Florida International University

2017 – 2020: Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator, University of South Florida

2016 – 2017: Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator, Boston College

2014 – 2016: First Assistant Coach, Brown University

2013 – 2014: Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator, University of Massachusetts-Lowell

2012 – 2013: Assistant Coach, University of Nebraska-Omaha

2010 – 2011: Assistant Coach, Penn Valley Community College

2009, 2011 – 2012: Professional Player, Various Overseas Teams

2005 – 2009: Player/Team Captain (08-09), Boston University


2009: Boston University, Bachelors, Psychology


Hometown: Kansas City, MO

Family: Dan (Husband)

Career Highlights

Career Division I Record
30-29 (.508)

Winning Seasons (1)

Conference Coach of the Year (1)
2020-21 Conference USA

Post-Season Berths (1)
2020-21 WBI

2020-21 Conference USA Coach of the Year

Has led Florida International to a 30-29 (.508) overall record and consecutive 15-win seasons, rebuilding a program that had only averaged 5 wins per season during the six seasons prior to staff’s arrival

In 2020-21 (first season), led FIU to the program’s first winning season (15-13) and post-season berth in eight seasons, as well as the most Conference USA wins (8) in program history

In first season (2020-21), improved FIU’s scoring offense by 21.1 ppg from the season prior to arrival

As FIU’s Head Coach, coached three Conference USA All-Conference Team selection

From 2017 to 2020, helped lead South Florida to a 64-37 (.634) overall record, an appearance in the AAC Tournament Championship game (falling to UConn), and two post-season berths (one NCAA Tournament)

As USF’s & Boston College’s Recruiting Coordinator, signed two classes that ranked in the top-50 nationally

In 2015-16, assisted Brown to a 15-13 overall record, helping rebuild a program that had only had one winning season during the eight seasons prior to her arrival

The 2008-09 America East Player of the Year, scored 1,315 career points and led Boston University to the 2008-09 America East Regular Season Championship

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