Trelanne Powell

Head Women’s Basketball Coach
University of New Orleans

Experience

2023 – Present: Head Coach, University of New Orleans

2018 – 2023: Head Coach, Tuskegee University

2015 – 2018: Assistant Coach, Mercer University

2014 – 2015: Assistant Coach, Francis Marion University

2011 – 2014: Head Coach, Chattahoochee Valley Community College

2007 – 2011: Assistant Coach, Chattahoochee Valley Community College

2002 – 2004: Player, Columbus State University

Education

2008: Columbus State University, Masters, Public Administration

2006: Columbus State University, Bachelors, Health & Exercise Science

Personal

Hometown: Macon, GA

Maiden Name: Moore

Family: Patrick (Husband) & Parker, Paxten (Daughter)

Career Highlights

Career Record
145-63 (.694)

20+ Win Seasons (4)
2022-23, 2021-22, 2018-19, 2013-14

Winning Seasons (8)
2022-23, 2021-22, 2020-21,2019-20, 2018-19, 2013-14, 2012-13, 2011-12

Conference Coach of the Year (2)
2022-23 SIAC & 2013-14 ACCC Southern

Conference Regular Season Championships (2)
2022-23 SIAC & 2013-14 ACCC

NCAA Tournament Berths (2)
2022-23, 2020-21

2020-21 Black College Sports Network Division II National Coach of the Year

2022-23 SIAC Coach of the Year

From 2018 to 2023, led Tuskegee to a 97-32 (.752) overall record, five winning seasons, three 20+ win seasons, one SIAC Regular Season Championships, one SIAC Tournament Championship, and two NCAA Tournament berths – rebuilt a program that had not won more than 10 games in each of the four seasons prior to her arrival (23-83 (.217) record during span)

In 2022-23, led Tuskegee to the program’s most single-season wins (26) in 41 seasons, as well as the SIAC Regular Season Championship, SIAC Tournament Championship (first in 15 seasons), and an NCAA Tournament berth

In 2021-22, led Tuskegee to the program’s most single-season wins (22) in 32 seasons

In 2018-19 (first season), led Tuskegee to a 20-7 (.741) overall record, DII’s largest single-season improvement (+14 wins)

Tuskegee’s scoring offense finished nationally ranked 22nd in 2022-23 and 20th in 2021-22

Tuskegee’s scoring defense finished ranked 24th nationally in 2022-23

As Tuskegee’s Head Coach, recruited and coached eight SIAC All-Conference Team selections, as well as two Players of the Year, three Defensive Players of the Year, and one Newcomer of the Year

From 2015 to 2018, helped lead three 24+ win seasons, three SoCon Regular Season Championships, one SoCon Tournament Championship, and three post-season berths (one NCAA Tournament)

The 2013-14 ACCC Southern Conference Coach of the Year, led Chattahoochee Valley CC to a 48-31 (.608) overall and 29-7 (.806) ACCC Southern Conference record, as well as one ACCC Southern Conference Regular Season Championship

As a student-athlete at Columbus State, helped lead the program to the 2002-03 Peach Belt Conference Regular Season Championship and an NCAA Tournament berth

Head Coach Record