CCBC Dundalk Names Alexis Washington Head Women’s Basketball Coach
Apr 22, 2015 | by Jacquie Lucy | 443.840.4668 (office) | 443.761.2482 (cell)Dundalk, MD – The Community College of Baltimore County, Dundalk Athletics has announced that Alexis Washington has been selected as CCBC Dundalk Head Women’s Basketball Coach. She spent the 2014-2015 season as an assistant to the team.
Prior to CCBC Dundalk, Washington spent three seasons as the varsity girls basketball head coach at Pikesville High School and one season in that role at the Institute of Business and Entrepreneurship High School. She also served as the assistant women’s basketball coach at the Institute of Notre Dame from 2006-2008 and coached multiple age groups of the Lady Lions AAU program.
Washington earned her Bachelor’s degree in Communications from Xavier University and a master’s degree in Communications from Southern New Hampshire University.
CCBC Dundalk would also like to thank previous head coach Rob Long for the leadership and dedication he provided during his eight-year tenure (2004-2007; 2010-2015).
For additional information on the Lions, visit the team website at www.ccbcdundalklions.com.
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