Missy Traversi

Head Women’s Basketball Coach
Army

Experience

2021 – Present: Head Coach, Army

2016 – 2021: Head Coach, Adelphi University

2014 – 2016: Head Coach, Wheelock College

2011 – 2014: Head Coach, Attleboro HS

2010 – 2011: Assistant Coach, Harvard University

2008 – 2010: Head Coach, Dover-Sherborn HS

2005 – 2008: Professional Player, Sweden

2001 – 2005: Player/Team Captain (04-05), University of Maine

Education

2013: Ohio University, Masters, Athletic Administration

2005: University of Maine, Bachelors, Communications

Personal

Hometown: Attleboro, MA

Career Highlights

Career Record
128-72 (.640)

20+ Win Seasons (2)
2019-20, 2016-17

Winning Seasons (5)
2021-22, 2019-20, 2018-19, 2016-17, 2015-16

Conference Regular Season Championships (2)
2019-20, 2016-17 (SW) NE10

Conference Tournament Championships (1)
2016-17 NE10

NCAA Tournament Berths (2)
2019-20, 2016-17

2019-20 All-Met Division II Coach of the Year

In 2021-22 (first season), led Army to the program’s first winning season (16-13) in four seasons and most Patriot League wins (10) in five seasons

As Army’s Head Coach, has coached two Patriot League All-Conference Team selections

From 2016 to 2021, led Adelphi to a 83-37 (.692) overall and 56-23 (.709) NE10 record, two 27-win seasons, two NE10 Regular Season Championships, one NE10 Tournament Championship, and two NCAA Tournament berths

Guided Adelphi to two #1 rankings in the East Region, as well as top-25 rankings in two final WBCA Coaches’ Polls

Adelphi’s scoring offense finished ranked 17th nationally in 2019-20

Adelphi’s scoring defense finished ranked 5th nationally in 2016-17

From 2014 to 2016, led Wheelock 29-22 (.569) overall record, completely rebuilding a program that had not won more than six games during a single season prior to her arrival

In 2015-16, guided Wheelock to the first winning season (18-7) and most single-season wins (18) in program history

As a Adelphi and Wheelock’s Head Coach, recruited and coached 14 all-conference team selections, as well as two WBCA All-American Team selections

In 2010-11, helped lead Harvard to an 18-10 overall and 10-4 Ivy League record

In five seasons as a high school Head Coach, was named Coach of the Year three times (2013-14, 2012-13 Sun Chronicle & 2008-09 Tri-Valley League)

An America East First-Team All-Conference selection and career 1,000 point scorer, led Maine to an 86-35 (.711) overall and 58-10 (.853) America East record, three 20+ win seasons, three America East Regular Season Championships, one America East Tournament Championship, and three post-season berths (one NCAA Tournament)

Head Coach Record