Chandra Dorsey

Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach
Tulane University

Experience

2020 – Present: Assistant Coach, Tulane University

2015 – 2020: Associate Head Coach, Texas State University

2014 – 2015: Assistant Coach, Wichita State University

2011 – 2014: Assistant Coach, Texas State University

2007 – 2011: Assistant Coach, University of Tulsa

2005 – 2007: Assistant Coach, University of Southern Mississippi

2001 – 2005: Assistant Coach, McNeese State University

1997 – 2001: Player/Team Captain (00-01), University of Mississippi

Education

2001: University of Mississippi, Bachelors, Political Science

Personal

Hometown: Pine Grove, LA

Career Highlights

Has helped lead Tulane to a 39-19 (.672) overall and 23-11 (.676) AAC record, as well as two WNIT berths

In 2021-22, helped lead Tulane to the program’s most single-season wins (20) in six seasons and consecutive post-season berths for the first time in five seasons

In 2020-21 (first season), assisted Tulane to the most AAC wins (12) in program history

Tulane’s scoring offense finished ranked 1st in the AAC in 2021-22 and 2020-21

Has assisted two different programs to the most single-season wins in their program’s Division I history (Texas State: 23 wins in 2017-18 & Wichita State: 29 wins in 2014-15)

In two separate stints (2015 to 2020 & 2011 to 2014), helped lead Texas State to four winning seasons and three post-season berths, rebuilding a program that had not won more than 12 single-season games during each of the three seasons prior to arrival

In 2014-15, helped lead Wichita State to a 29-5 overall and 17-1 Missouri Valley Conference record, MVC Regular Season Championship, MVC Tournament Championship, and NCAA Tournament berth

In 2003-04, assisted McNeese State to the program’s first winning Southland Conference record (9-7) in nine seasons

As a Division I Assistant Coach, has recruited and coached 36 all-conference team selections, as well as two Players of the Year, three Freshman/Newcomers of the Year, two Defensive Players of the Year, and one WNBA draft pick

A 2000-01 Team Captain at Ole Miss, helped lead program to two WNIT berths

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