Women's Basketball

    Legette-Jack Completes Staff with Siler and Adams

    Go Hoosiers! Indiana head coach Felisha Legette-Jack and the Hoosiers wrapped up the 2006-07 season with a 19-14 overall record.
    Go Hoosiers!
    Indiana head coach Felisha Legette-Jack and the Hoosiers wrapped up the 2006-07 season with a 19-14 overall record.
    Go Hoosiers!

    July 2, 2007

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Indiana head women's basketball coach Felisha Legette-Jack announced the completion of her staff with the addition of Stephanie Siler as the Director of Basketball Operations and Craig Adams as the team video coordinator.

    Siler joins the Hoosier staff after serving in the same capacity at Mississippi State since 2004. Her responsibilities include coordinating all aspects of team travel, transportation and meals, overseeing the team managers, organizing practice schedules, coordinating community service and outreach for players and coaches, organizing daily office operations and overseeing the organization of the team banquet.

    "We are excited to have Stephanie join our Hoosier family," Legette-Jack said. "She brings a very talented background to our program. Our staff was very impressed by her experience coming from the SEC and the loyalty that she showed working at Mississippi State for the last four years. We are certain that she is going to bring high energy, marketability and enthusiasm to our program, and we're glad that she has joined our Hoosier family."

    Prior to joining the Lady Bulldogs, Siler was the assistant women's basketball coach for Middle Georgia College (MGC). At the time of her departure, the team had an 8-2 record in Siler's first collegiate coaching stint.

    Prior to MGC, she coached several age groups of the Georgia Hotshots, which is a basketball club in the Youth Basketball of America system, in addition to coaching 10-Under, 16-Under and 18-Under AAU teams. Siler also led the 16-Under and 18-Under teams to compete in the international tournament in the Bahamas.

    Siler lettered in basketball, soccer and softball at Piedmont College in Demorest, Ga., where she studied graphic design from 1996-2000. She attended Reinhardt College in Waleska, Ga., from 2000-02 to complete her Bachelor's degree in Fine Arts and compete for the school's soccer program.

    Adams enters his first season as the video coordinator after spending the 2006-07 season as a team manager and video coordinator intern for the Hoosier. His responsibilities include overseeing the entire video organization and operation for the women's basketball program, including videotaping of all practices and games, film exchange, breakdown of opponents' video, maintaining a video library (both archived and current), inventory and maintenance of all video equipment.

    "Craig has been with us for a year as one of our managers," Legette-Jack said. "He is a very organized young man who understands the video editing process that we use on a daily basis. To have such a standout person on your staff prior to even having this position was exciting for us. We know that he is a loyal Hoosier and we are very happy to keep him as a part of our Indiana family."

    The Northbrook, Ill., native received his bachelor's degree in Telecommunications from IU in May 2007.

     

     


       

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