Angelika Szumilo

Head Women’s Basketball Coach
Fairleigh Dickinson University


2019 – Present: Head Coach, Fairleigh Dickinson University

2011 – 2019: Associate Head Coach/Recruiting Coordinator, Fordham University

2008 – 2011: Associate Head Coach (10-11)/Assistant Coach, Monmouth University

2003 – 2008: Assistant Coach, Long Island University

2000 – 2002: Player, Long Island University

1998 – 2000: Player, Mercer CC


2002: Long Island University, Bachelors, Sport Science


Hometown: Stalowa Wola, Poland

Family: Rafal (Husband) & Krystian, Daniel (Children)

Career Highlights

Career Division I Record
48-37 (.565) & 36-18 (.667) conference

Winning Seasons (2)
2021-22, 2020-21

Conference Coach of the Year (1)
2021-22 NEC

Post-Season Berths (1)
2021-22 WNIT

Has led FDU to a 48-37 (.565) record and consecutive winning seasons, rebuilding a program that had not had a winning season in 26 seasons prior to her arrival

The 2021-22 NEC Coach of the Year, led FDU to only the second NEC Regular Season Championship (first in 29 seasons) and first post-season berth (WNIT) in program history

In 2021-22, led FDU to the second-most single-season wins (19) and most NEC wins (15) in the program’s Division I history

In 2020-21, led FDU to the program’s first winning season (16-8) and most NEC wins (12) in 28 seasons

In 2019-20 (first season), led FDU to the most single-season wins (13) in eight seasons and first .500 NEC record (9-9) in 11 seasons

FDU’s scoring defense finished ranked 1st in the NEC in 2021-22 and 2020-21

As FDU’s Head Coach, coached nine NEC All-Conference Team selections, as well as one Player of the Year and one Most Improved Player

From 2011 to 2019, helped lead Fordham to six 21+ win seasons, one Atlantic 10 Regular Season Championship, two Atlantic 10 Tournament Championships, and six post-season berths (two NCAA Tournaments), assisting in rebuilding a program that had not had a winning season in the 16 seasons prior to arrival

In 2010-11, assisted Monmouth to the program’s first 20-win season (23) and post-season berth (WNIT) in 28 seasons

From 2006 to 2008, helped lead LIU to consecutive 22+ win seasons, one NEC Regular Season Championship, and one post-season berth (WNIT)

Named to the 2000-01 NEC All-Tournament Team after helping lead LIU to the first NEC Tournament Championship and NCAA Tournament berth in program history

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