Legette-Jack Announces Addition of Scott Dorrell and Evan Suttner to Women's Basketball Staff
Aug. 17, 2009
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Indiana women's basketball head coach Felisha Legette-Jack has announced the addition of Scott Dorrell and Evan Suttner to the staff. Dorrell will serve as the Hoosiers' video coordinator and Suttner will be the team's graduate assistant.
Dorrell was a manager for the Hoosiers for two seasons before joining the staff full-time. As a manager, he assisted the coaches and team during practices and with daily operations. He also assisted the Director of Operations with video aspects of the team, set-up and teardown of equipment for practices, and also had home and away game duties.
Dorrell, a native of Indianapolis, graduated from Indiana with a bachelor's degree in Kinesiology after majoring in Sport Marketing and Management with a minor in Business. He has also served as an Operations Assistant at Verizon Wireless Music Center the past two summer seasons.
"Scott has been working with us for two years as one of our managers and we had transitioned him a little bit into doing some of our video work during the year and we realized what kind of an intense worker he is and how valuable he would be on the our staff," said Legette-Jack. "We're glad to have him come on board."
Suttner was a manager for one season before becoming the head manager during his junior and senior years. He oversaw other managers, assigning duties for practices. Suttner also kept statistics during games, assisted in game preparation on a daily basis and worked as a recruiting intern under assistant coach Jose Mori.
Between 2007-09, Suttner worked as an advance scout for the WNBA's New York Liberty and was a volunteer assistant coach for the Bloomington North girl's basketball team during the 2007-08 season. The Carmel, Ind., native graduated from Indiana in 2009 with a bachelor's degree in Communication and Culture and has been accepted into the Sport Management Graduate program.
"Evan has been with us for three years as a manager," said Legette-Jack. "Our players and staff have a great respect for him. And for Evan to come back and be our graduate assistant, we won't miss a beat.
"It's great to have Scott and Evan continue with our program by joining our women's basketball staff," Legette-Jack added.
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