Robyn Scherr-Wells

Head Women’s Basketball Coach
University of Evansville

Experience

2021 – Present: Head Coach, University of Evansville

2020 – 2021: Assistant Coach, Florida International University

2017 – 2020: Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator, Davidson College

2015 – 2017: Head Coach, Davenport University

2009 – 2015: Head Coach, Roosevelt University

2006 – 2007: Assistant Coach, Portland State University

2005 – 2006: Administrative Assistant, University of Michigan

1997  – 1999: Practice Player, University of Michigan

Education

2014: Roosevelt University, Masters, Business Administration

2001: University of Michigan, Bachelor’s Kinesiology

Personal

Hometown: Glen Ellyn, IL

Family: Ryan (Husband) & Jett (Son)

Career Highlights

Career Division I Wins
19

Career Record
163-124 (.568) overall

20+ Win Seasons (4)
2016-17, 2015-16, 2013-14, 2012-13

Conference Regular Season Championships (3)
2016-17, 2015-16 WHAC & 2012-13 CCAC

Conference Tournament Championships (3)
2016-17, 2015-16 WHAC & 2012-13 CCAC

NAIA Tournament Berths (4)
2016-17, 2015-16, 2013-14, 2012-13

Has increased Evansville’s overall (8 to 11) and Missouri Valley Conference (2 to 6) win totals in each of her first two seasons – rebuilt a program that only had a 33-142 (.187) overall and 13-95 (.120) MVC record in the six seasons combined prior to her arrival

In 2022-23, led Evansville to the program’s most single-season wins (11) in six seasons

As Evansville’s Head Coach, has recruited and coached five MVC All-Conference Team selections

In 2020-21, helped lead Florida International to the program’s first winning season (15-13) and post-season berth in eight seasons, as well as the most Conference USA wins (8) in program history – helped rebuild a program that had only averaged five wins per season in the six seasons prior to the staff’s arrival (32-144 (.182) overall and 15-89 (.144) Conference USA record during span)

From 2017 to 2020, helped lead Davidson to two winning seasons, a 25-23 (.521) Atlantic 10 Conference record, and one post-season berth – helped rebuild a program that only had a 22-67 (.247) overall and 10-38 (.208) Atlantic 10 Conference record in the three seasons combined prior to the staff’s arrival

In 2018-19, assisted Davidson to the most Atlantic 10 wins (10) in program history (breaking the record of 7, which was set in staff’s first season)

Three-time state basketball coaches association Coach of the Year (2016-17 Michigan & 2013-14, 2012-13 Illinois), as well as 2012-13 CACC Coach of the Year and WBCA Region Coach of the Year

From 2015 to 2017, led Davenport to 59-10 (.855) record, two 28+ win seasons, two WHAC Regular Season Championships, two WHAC Tournament Championships, and two NAIA Tournament berths

The first Head Coach in Roosevelt program history, led the program to an 85-73 (.538) record, two 21+ win seasons, one CCAC Regular Season Championship, one CCAC Tournament Championship, and two NAIA Tournament berths

During four of the last five seasons as an NAIA Head Coach (2012 to 2017), her program’s scoring offense finished ranked in the top-15 nationally

As an NAIA Head Coach, recruited and coached 22 all-conference and four NAIA All-American Team selections

Head Coach Record