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Marlene Stollings

Head Women's Basketball Coach

University of Minnesota

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University of Minnesota

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Employment History

Ohio Basketball Hall of Fame


Head Coach

Gopher Sports


Coach

Minnesota


Associate Head Coach

Rebels


Assistant Coach

WSU Raiders


Assistant Women's Basketball Coach

Saint Louis University


Graduate Assistant Coach With the Women's Basketball Program

St. John's University


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Ohio Basketball Hall of Fame : Hall of Fame : Inductees : 2015 : Marlene Stollings

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Marlene Stollings | Stollings, Marlene
Ohio Basketball Hall of Fame : Hall of Fame : Inductees : 2015 : Marlene Stollings Who We Are Marlene Stollings Marlene Stollings Marlene Stollings grew up in the small town of Beaver in Pike County and is considered one of the finest scorers to ever play in the basketball rich state of Ohio. At Eastern High School she became the all-time leading scorer (men and women) in Ohio with 3,514 points. She averaged 28.4 points per game as a freshman, 34.7 as a sophomore, 40.3 as a junior and 42.5 as a senior. A four-time Southern Ohio Conference Player of the Year, she also averaged seven rebounds, seven steals and six assists per game as a senior. She was a two-time Division III Player of the Year and was named Ohio's Miss Basketball in 1993. She earned Kodak All-American honors her senior season and her name currently appears more than 30 times in the OHSAA (Ohio High School Athletic Association) record books. Stollings began her collegiate playing career at Ohio State University where she was a two-time scholar athlete for the Buckeyes. Stollings then transferred to Ohio University where she earned first-team All-Mid-American Conference honors after finishing eighth in the nation and leading the league in scoring at 22.9 points per game her senior year. She served as team captain for the Bobcats and earned Kodak All-American honorable mention honors in 1998. Stollings remains in the Ohio record books with 10 three-point baskets and 41 points scored in a single game. A school-record 87 three-pointers contributed to her 642 points - the third highest total in OU history. In her honor, Feb. 19th was declared Marlene Stollings Day in Pike County Ohio. Marlene Stollings is currently the Head Women's Basketball Coach at the University of Minnesota.


Minnesota Sports News - KRUE 1170 AM

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University of Minnesota women's basketball coach Marlene Stollings announced a nonconference schedule Tuesday that includes four straight road games.


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Marlene Stollings
In the cutthroat world of big-time college athletics, University of Minnesota women's basketball coach Marlene Stollings is a winner. Before equaling the second-highest number of regular-season wins (22) in program history, Stollings turned Virginia Commonwealth's program from wannabe to player. At the U, Stollings inherited a program that had been...


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University of Minnesota women's basketball coach Marlene Stollings announced the signing of junior college transfers Kynadi Johnson and Karley Barnes on Thursday.
The newest member of Stollings' 2015 recruiting class, she was was ranked the No. 3 junior college center by one organization and the No. 10 overall junior college prospect by another. She averaged 7.6 points and 6.3 rebounds to lead Tallahassee CC to a 20-11 season in 2014-15. "Karley has been well-coached and prepared for this next step by Coach (Franqua) Bedell, and we are thrilled to add a (post) player with such a strong work ethic and desire to be great," Stollings said in a statement.


www.citypages.com

Marlene Stollings
In the cutthroat world of big-time college athletics, University of Minnesota women's basketball coach Marlene Stollings is a winner. Before equaling the second-highest number of regular-season wins (22) in program history, Stollings turned Virginia Commonwealth's program from wannabe to player. At the U, Stollings inherited a program that had been treading water for more than a decade. Her first year... More >>


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