Candice Hill

Head Women’s Basketball Coach
University of Maryland-Baltimore County


2024 – Present: Head Coach, University of Maryland-Baltimore County

2021 – 2024: Associate Head Coach (22-Present)/Assistant Coach & Recruiting Coordinator, St. John’s University

2020 – 2021: Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator, Loyola University of Maryland

2015 – 2020: Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator (19-20)/Director of Basketball Operations (15-16), University of Massachusetts

2013 – 2015: Assistant Coach, Wilmington University

2007 – 2013: Player, Loyola University of Maryland


2013: Loyola University of Maryland, Masters, Liberal Studies

2011: Loyola University of Maryland, Bachelors, Communication


Hometown: Baltimore, MD

Maiden Name: Walker

Family: Donn (Husband)

Career Highlights

Selected to participate in the 2024 WBCA Next Generation Institute

2019 Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) Thirty Under 30 honoree

From 2021 to 2024, helped lead St. John’s to 53 overall and 31 Big East Conference wins, two winning seasons, and two post-season berths (one NCAA Tournament)

In 2022-23, assisted St. John’s to the program’s most single-season wins (t-23) in 11 seasons and Big East Conference wins (t-13) in program history (an improvement of 15 overall and nine Big East wins from the season prior to her arrival), as well as the program’s first NCAA Tournament berth in seven seasons and only the program’s second win over UConn in 20 seasons

From 2015 to 2020, helped lead UMass to 71 overall and 30 Atlantic 10 Conference wins – helped rebuild a program that only had one winning season in the 16 seasons prior to her arrival (156-285 (.354) overall and 81-161 (.335) Atlantic 10 Conference record during span)

In 2019-20, assisted UMass to the program’s most single-season wins (20) in 24 seasons and most conference wins (9) in 20 seasons

As a Division I Assistant Coach, has recruited and coached 11 all-conference team selections, as well as one Rookie of the Year and one Sixth Player of the Year

A 2007-08 MAAC All-Rookie Team selection at Loyola (MD), played in 117 career games