LA PLUME — Keystone College named Meghan Sullivan as its head women’s basketball coach Aug. 3.
Sullivan takes over the helm of the Giants’ program after spending the past six seasons as an assistant coach at a pair of NCAA Division III institutions, including two seasons at Shenandoah University after a four-year stint at the Catholic University of America.
While at Shenandoah, Sullivan was actively involved in all aspects of the program, including playing the lead role in the Hornets’ recruiting efforts. Additionally, she oversaw the academic progress of the team’s student-athletes, planned practice sessions, and provided team and individual instruction during practices and individual training sessions. Sullivan also led film review, breakdown sessions, and prepared scouting reports in preparation of games.
Prior to joining Shenandoah’s staff, Sullivan helped lead Catholic to back-to-back Landmark Conference championships and NCAA Tournament appearances in the 2011-12 and 2012-13 seasons. During her tenure at Catholic, Sullivan recruited and mentored 11 players who earned All-Conference accolades. She was responsible for advanced scouting of opponents, individual player development, and coordinating all aspects of the team’s recruiting efforts.
Keystone went 7-17 overall last season including a 4-12 mark in Colonial States Athletic Conference play.
Information provided by Keystone College.