Maureen Magarity

Head Women’s Basketball Coach
College of the Holy Cross


2020 – Present: Head Coach, College of the Holy Cross

2010 – 2020: Head Coach, University of New Hampshire

2006 – 2010: Associate Head Coach (09-10)/Assistant Coach, Army

2005 – 2006 : Assistant Coach, Fairfield University

2004 – 2005: Assistant Coach, Marist College

2000 – 2004: Player/Team Captain (02-04), Marist College

1999 – 2000: Player, Boston College


2005: Marist College, Masters, Public Administration

2003: Marist College, Bachelors, Communication and Public Relations


Hometown: Wappingers Falls, NY

Family: Charlotte, Caroline (Daughters)

Career Highlights

Career Division I Wins

20+ Win Seasons (2)
2021-22, 2016-17

Winning Seasons (6)
2021-22, 2017-18, 2016-17, 2014-15, 2013-14, 2011-12

Conference Coach of the Year (1)
2021-22 Patriot League & 2016-17 America East

Conference Regular Season Championships (1)
2021-22 Patriot League & 2016-17 America East

Post-Season Berths (2)
2021-22, 2016-17 WNIT & 2011-12 WBI

The 2021-22 Patriot League Coach of the Year, led Holy Cross to the program’s first Patriot League Regular Season Championship in 17 seasons

In 2021-22, led Holy Cross to the most single-season wins (t-20) in 18 seasons and Patriot League wins (14) in program history, as well as the program’s first post-season berth (WNIT) in 10 seasons

2016-17 America East Coach of the Year & Kay Yow National Coach of the Year

From 2010 to 2020, led New Hampshire to 146 wins, five winning seasons, one America East Regular Season Championship (first in program history), and two post-season berths, rebuilding a program that had not won more than nine games during each of the four seasons prior to her arrival

In 2016-17, guided UNH to the most single-season (26) and conference (15) wins in program history

First Head Coach in UNH history to lead the program to multiple post-season berths

UNH’s scoring defense finished nationally ranked 11th in 2016-17, as well as 1st in the America East

As a Division I Head Coach, has recruited and coached 26 America East All-Conference Team selections, as well as one Player of the Year and two Rookies of the Year

Current member of the NCAA Division I Rules Committee

From 2006 to 2010, helped lead Army to 72-48 (.600) overall record, including the most single-season wins (t-24) in program history in 2006-07

Assisted Marist to the 2004-05 MAAC Regular Season Championship

A two-time MAAC All-Conference Team selection, helped lead Marist to the first MAAC Regular Season Championship, MAAC Tournament Championship, and NCAA Tournament berth in program history in 2003-04

As a student-athlete at Boston College, helped lead the program to an NCAA Tournament berth in 1999-00

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