Mandi Carver

Associate Head Women’s Basketball Coach / Recruiting Coordinator
Fresno State University


2014 – Present: Associate Head Coach (16-Present)/Recruiting Coordinator, Fresno State University

2011 – 2013: Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator, San Jose State University

2010 – 2011: Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator, California State University-Bakersfield

2002 – 2009: Professional Player, Detroit Shock (WNBA)/Various Overseas Teams

1998 – 2002: Player, Idaho State University


2008: Keller Graduate School of Management, Masters, Accounting and Financial Management

2002: Idaho State University, Bachelors, Communication


Hometown: Dillon, MT

Career Highlights

Has helped lead Fresno State to a 162-123 (.569) overall record, seven winning seasons, three 22+-win seasons, one Mountain West Conference Regular Season Championship, and five post-season berths

In 2019-20, assisted Fresno State to the first MWC Regular Season Championship in program history

Fresno State’s scoring offense finished ranked 13th nationally in 2020-21 and 22nd nationally in 2019-20, as well as 1st in the MWC

As an Assistant Coach at Fresno State, has recruited and coached 27 MWC All-Conference Team selections, as well as three Players of the Year, one Freshman of the Year, and two Defensive Players of the Year

In 2010-11, assisted Cal State Bakersfield to 22 wins and an appearance in WBI Tournament Championship game

Honored as both the Latvian League and Swiss League MVP, lead teams to championships in the Adriatic League, Arad Club, Bulgarian League, French League, Latvian League, and Swiss Cup

Graduating as the all-time leading scorer and rebounder in Idaho State program history, was a 2014 inductee into the Idaho State University Athletics Hall of Fame and named as one of the Big Sky Conference’s 25 Greatest Female Athletes of all-time in 2013

As the 2000-01 Big Sky Player of the Year, led Idaho State to the Big Sky Regular Season Championship, Big Sky Tournament Championship, and NCAA Tournament that season (all firsts in program history)

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