Nadine Domond
Nadine  Domond

Position:
Assistant Coach - 2nd Season

Alma Mater:
Iowa '98


Nadine Domond begins her first season on the sidelines of the Rutgers women’s basketball program, as an assistant coach, reuniting with her collegiate coach, C. Vivian Stringer.

Domond was the top point guard in the nation out of Bridgeport Central High School where she accumulated 2,300 career points and led the Hilltoppers to the 1994 Class LL Championship before signing on to play for C. Vivian Stringer at the University of Iowa. While with the Hawkeyes, Domond was a Second Team All-Big Ten honoree and as of 2016 still ranks 10th all-time in steals (177) and assists (357) and 11th in three-point field goals made (118). Her Hawkeyes teams captured the 1997 Big Ten Championships and advanced to three NCAA Tournaments, including the 1996 Mideast Regional Semifinal.

Following her collegiate career, Domond was the 19th overall pick by the New York Liberty in the 1998 WNBA draft and also suited up for the Sacramento Monarchs. Domond also has extensive overseas experience having played in France, Poland and Israel. Led by Israel’s women’s national coach Eli Rabi, Domond led Bnei Yehudo to the championship playoff for the first time in history. Additionally, while with Color Cap Rybnik in Poland, she helped the squad reach its first ever final four in Poland’s national championship.

Domond began her coaching career as a graduate assistant at Hampton University in 2002 and was elevated to assistant coach for the 2003-04 season. During the 2002-03 season, the Pirates posted a 23-9 overall record and 17-1 in MEAC play and winning to the MEAC title to earn the league’s automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament.

Joining the staff at the Northrop Grumman Apprentice School’s women’s basketball program from 2005-07, she helped guide the Builders to a third place finish in the United State Collegiate Athletic Association Championship with a 17-11 mark in 2005-06 and 18-8 mark during the 2006-07 campaign.

During her time in the Hampton Roads area of Virginia, Domond coached in the Boo Williams Summer League for elite select AAU teams and won the USJN Championships in Washington, D.C. in 2012. Additionally, she spent time coaching at the high school level. Most recently, Domond was the head coach at Grambling State, heading the Lady Tigers from 2014-2016. In 2015, Domond was named the Southwestern Athletic Conference Coach of the Year after compiling a 17-14 overall and 13-5 conference mark. Her 2015 squad also boasted SWAC Freshman of the Year Jazmind Boyd and National HBCU Freshman of the Year Shaklya Hill.

Domond also channeled her love of training and developing players at all levels in founding Nadine Domond Elite, a basketball service that provides online networking, personal training and tournaments and workshops for young players and college coaches. During her journey, she has worked with several of the nation’s top players, many who went on successful collegiate careers including All-Americans Elizabeth Williams (Duke) and Adrienne Motley (Miami), as well as the nation’s leading scorer in Howard’s Jay Daniels, as well as Troy Williams (Indiana). She has also served as a trainer at elite clinics including the Nike Skills Academy and John Lucas Enterprises and served as the face/voice of HoopGurlz, contributor for ESPN and consultant for USBA.

A native of Bridgeport, Connecticut and member of the New England and Fairfield County Basketball Halls of Fame, Domond graduated from the University of Iowa with a B.A. in African American World Studies and Instructional Design.

The Domond File

Collegiate Playing Experience
1994 – 98 – University of Iowa
- Ranks 10th all-time in steals
- Ranks 10th all-time in assists
- Ranks 11th all-time in three-point field goals made

Honors & Highlights
1998 – Preseason Naismith Player of the Year Nominee
1998 – Second Team All-Big Ten
1997 – William R. Jones Cup Team
1996, 1997 – Honorable Mention All-Big Ten
1995 – National Olympic Festival

Coaching Chronology
2014-16 – Grambling State – Head Coach
2012-14 – Salem HS - JV Girls Coach
2012-14 – USBA – Lead Trainer, Instructor, Evaluator 2011-14 – Nike Skills Academy Trainer
2005-14 – Boo Williams AAU
2005-14 - John Lucas Enterprises
2005-07 – Apprentice School – Associate Head Coach
2003-05 – Hampton University – Assistant Coach
2002-03 – Hampton University – Graduate Assistant

Professional Playing Experience:
WNBA:

1998 – Sacramento Monarchs
1998 – New York Liberty – Drafted 19th Overall

International:
Dnej Yehudo (Israel)
Color Cap Pybnik (Poland)

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