Tiffany Morton

Head Women’s Basketball Coach
University of West Alabama


2024 – Present: Head Coach, University of West Alabama

2023 – 2024: Assistant Coach, University of Wisconsin

2021 – 2022: Assistant Coach, Rice University

2018 – 2021: Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator, Georgia State University

2015 – 2018: Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator, Mercer University

2014 – 2015: Assistant Coach, Wagner College

2013 – 2015: Graduate Assistant, Louisiana State University

2012 – 2013: Assistant Coach, University of Montevallo

2010 – 2012: Graduate Assistant, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater

2005 – 2009: Player, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater


2012: University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, Masters, Science and Education for Professional Development

2009: University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, Bachelors, Psychology


Hometown: Beloit, WI

Family: Micah (son)

Career Highlights

In 2023-24 (first season), helped lead Wisconsin to the program’s most single-season wins (t-15), most Big Ten Conference wins (t-6) in 13 seasons, and first post-season berth in 17 seasons

Helped Rice sign a 2022 recruiting class that ranked 1st in Conference USA

From 2018 to 2021, helped lead Georgia State to two winning seasons, including the most single-season wins (17) in 15 seasons and Sun Belt Conference wins (11) in program history – helping rebuild a program that had not had a winning season in 14 seasons prior to the staff’s arrival (147-242 (.378) record during span)

From 2015 to 2018, helped lead Mercer to a 79-19 (.806) overall and 38-4 (.905) Southern Conference record, three consecutive 24+ win seasons, three consecutive Southern Conference Regular Season Championships, one Southern Conference Tournament Championship, and three post-season berths (one NCAA Tournament)

In 2013-14, assisted LSU to a 21-13 (.618) record and NCAA Tournament berth (Sweet 16 appearance)

As a Division I Assistant Coach, has recruited and coached 20 all-conference team selections, as well as three Players of the Year, one Defensive Player of the Year, two Freshman/Newcomers of the Year, and one WNBA draft pick

A two-time Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference All-Conference Team selection, graduated as the third leading scorer and fourth leading rebounder in program history

Helped lead Wisconsin-Whitewater to an 83-30 (.735) record, one WIAC Regular Season Championship, and two NCAA Tournament berths (2007-08 Final Four appearance)