This section of our site offers profiles of
Coach Stringer and her players in the 2000-2001 season, as well
as Coach Stringer’s
assistant coaches and staff that year. We have excerpted these profiles
from the Rutgers Scarlet Knights 2000-2001 Women’s Basketball
Media Guides and the 2003 Rutgers University web site.
Use this section to learn about the personalities within the Scarlet
and to explore the many skills required to get a team
ready and onto a court for a game.
Click on a photo to learn what each
coach contributed to the Scarlet Knights, and how they learned
You may know them only as the people with clipboards pacing at
the sidelines of a game, but a coach and her assistants are responsible
for every aspect of assembling a team and making it run. That can
include game-specific tasks like recruiting and training players,
as well as more mundane ones like scheduling games, making travel
arrangements, and even doing bed-checks on the night before a contest.
Coaches at the college level are also often mentors to their student-athletes.
Coach Stringer’s achievements in this role have been widely
acknowledged in the NCAA.
The Scarlet Knights Players in the 2000-2001 Season
Click on a photo above to read that individual’s profile.
Here they are, the young women who made up Coach Stringer’s
formidable team in the 2000-2001 season. We have paired excerpts
of their pre-season profiles with their post-season profiles (from
just before the Big East conference), so that you can compare what
was expected of each player and how she fared.
Click on a photo to learn how each staff member
contributed to the Scarlet Knights.
Their titles tell the whole story. Behind
the scenes, these individuals made sure the Scarlet Knights players
stayed healthy, grew strong, completed their studies and got where
they needed to go in 2000-2001. Read their job descriptions and
learn just how all-encompassing the NCAA Division I athletic programs