Angela Braziel

General Information

Experience

Head Coach - Permian

Girls Basketball Coach - Permian

Assistant Coach for the Girls Basketball Team - Estacado Systems , LLC

Head Coach Diane Morgan's Staff - Estacado Systems , LLC

Basketball Coach - Estacado High School

Head Coach - Permian High School

Girls Basketball Coach - Permian High School

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"Coming from Lubbock, they play all the time," Permian head coach Angela Braziel said.
"We're more competitive this year," Braziel said. Head coaches: Permian, Angela Braziel (second year); Lubbock Coronado, Kriss Ethridge (first year).

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TUSCOLA Permian's girls basketball team had a district bye Feb. 7, so Lady Panthers coach Angela Braziel traveled ...
Permian girls basketball coach Angela Braziel won't let herself forget the Lady Panthers' 53-42 loss to Midl... Permian girls basketball coach Angela Braziel was recognized for her induction into the Western Juni...

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RedRaiders.com - Women's Basketball - Do You Remember Angie Braziel? 01/01/06

Braziel picks West Texas to start next phase of her life: coaching Angie Braziel has had two constants for most her life - West Texas and basketball. Most times they've run hand in hand, and now they've combined to give her a promising career.The former South Plains College and Texas Tech basketball standout is in the process of carving out a new chapter, this one in coaching as an assistant with the tradition-rich Estacado girls basketball program.She helps out with the varsity and is head coach of the junior varsity and loving every minute of it.> "That was my goal, was to stay in this area," Braziel, 29, said.Former Texas Tech and South Plains College basketball standout Angie Braziel works as an assistant coach for the Estacado girls basketball team. In just two years at Tech, Braziel finished as the program's No. 15 all-time scorer with 1,131 points.She's third on the all-time list in scoring average at 17.4 points per game, behind only Sheryl Swoopes and Carolyn Thompson.That landed Braziel a shot in the WNBA, drafted after the 1998-99 season by the Charlotte Sting.She was there for two years before joining Indiana for the 2001 season.But injuries forced her to retire after just three seasons in the pro league where she averaged no more than 5.5 points per game in any single season.All the while, though, she was helping out in camps which gave her a feel of working with kids and teaching the game of basketball."I just decided that I was getting a little tired of playing and all the injuries," Braziel said."I had three surgeries in a year, so I decided it was time to move on and do something different."But leaving basketball altogether wasn't an option.She landed a job coaching junior high basketball for two years at Dunbar Junior High.When a spot opened up on head coach Diane Morgan's staff at Estacado, Braziel landed the spot and has been there ever since.Most importantly, however, it's allowed the Odessa native to remain close to her West Texas roots and her love of the game."It's fun being able to come back here and being part of a team makes it even better," Braziel said.

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