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  • bachelor's degree , leisure services
    University of Iowa
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Eastern Michigan University Athletics - Staff Directory, 2 Mar 2010 [cached]
LaTonya Tate Asst. Women’s Basketball Coach 734.487.0481
Detroit Public Schools [cached]
The new girls' varsity head coach is LaTonya Tate, who formerly was a college assistant coach at Detroit Mercy, Illinois-Chicago and Eastern Michigan. She succeeds Marissa Thrower-Fisher.
Both Hall and Tate were standout players in high school and college.
Tate most recently was Eastern Michigan's assistant/associate head coach from 2007-2012 after serving two stints as assistant coach at Detroit Mercy from 2004-2007 and from 1995-97. She was also an assistant coach at Illinois-Chicago from 1997-2001, a graduate assistant at Syracuse from 1995-1996 and a part-time assistant coach at Kansas State from 1994-1995.
As a player, Tate earned All-State honors at Cass Tech in 1988 after earning All-American honorable mention, an All-State Dream Team selection and finishing runner-up for the state's Miss Basketball award as a junior.
Tate was a standout collegian at Iowa where she was team captain for the Hawkeyes in 1991-92 and played on three Big Ten Conference championship teams under then head coach Vivian Stringer. She also played in four NCAA postseason tournaments and completed her bachelor's degree at Iowa in 1992.
Eastern Michigan University Athletics, 7 Dec 2008 [cached]
LaTonya Tate Eastern Michigan University Athletics
LaTonya Tate Asst. Women's Basketball Coach Extension: 734.487.0481
LaTonya Tate is in her second year as an Eagles' assistant coach after spending three seasons at the University of Detroit Mercy, serving as an assistant coach of the women's basketball program.
In her first season in Ypsilanti, Tate worked with the guards as the Eagles captured a share of the Mid-American Conference West Division Championship. The guards averaged 42.4 points and 12.7 assists per game while making the sixth most three-pointers in school history.
The 37-year-old Tate was a member of the Detroit Mercy women's basketball staff for two separate stints, from 2004-07 and from 1995-97. She was also an assistant women's basketball coach at the University of Illinois-Chicago (1997-2001), a graduate assistant coach at Syracuse University (1995-96) and a part-time assistant coach at Kansas State University (1994-95).
A native of Detroit, Tate graduated from Detroit Cass Technical High School in 1988 after earning All-State honors in basketball. She was an All-State Dream Team selection, an honorable mention All-American and the runner-up for Miss Basketball in the state of Michigan in 1987.
Tate went on to become a standout women's basketball player at the University of Iowa where she was the team captain of the 1991-92 Hawkeyes squad. She played on three Big Ten championship teams and four NCAA postseason tournament teams under then-head coach C. Vivian Stringer. She completed her bachelor's degree at Iowa in 1992.
Tate has one daughter, LaShawnta.
Detroit women's basketball head coach ..., 29 Sept 2004 [cached]
Detroit women's basketball head coach Mickey Barrett announced today the additions of Chaka Johnson, LaTonya Tate and Julie Pagel to his coaching staff for the 2004-05 campaign.
Johnson and Tate have been tabbed as assistant coaches while Pagel will serve as a graduate assistant coach for the Titans.
Another home-grown product of the city of Detroit is Tate, a 1988 graduate of Cass Tech High School, where she earned first team all-state accolades while finishing runner-up for Miss Basketball in the state of Michigan. She then went on to a successful playing career at the University of Iowa where she starred from 1988-1992 under Women's Basketball Hall of Fame inductee C. Vivian Stringer. While in Iowa City, she was a member of Hawkeye squads that captured three Big Ten titles and made four NCAA appearances. Tate began her coaching career as a part-time assistant coach at Kansas State before moving on to stops at Syracuse, Detroit (1996-98) and Illinois-Chicago (1998-2001). At UIC, she served as the Flames' top assistant under then head coach Tim Eatman. Following her stint in Chicago, she returned to Detroit and most recently served as the Recreation Instructor at the Adam Butzel Recreation Center.
Eastern Michigan University Athletics, 7 Dec 2008 [cached]
LaTonya Tate Asst. Women's Basketball Coach 734.487.0481
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