Barcomb takes over for Joan Bonvicini and comes to Seattle from Cal State East Bay. She coached Puget Sound for 12 seasons before that.
Seattle University has hired Suzy Barcomb as the new coach of the Redhawk women’s basketball program.
With a longstanding history in the Pacific Northwest, Barcomb brings a wealth of playing and coaching experience to Seattle U.
“Suzy has been a highly successful head women’s basketball coach for the last 18 years, turning two NCAA intercollegiate programs into consistent winners,” said Seattle U AD Bill Hogan. “As a former player at the University of Washington and a head women’s basketball coach at the University of Puget Sound, Suzy has strong connections with high school coaches in the Pacific Northwest. We know Suzy will develop Seattle U women’s basketball into a championship caliber team over the next few years.”
Barcomb takes over for Joan Bonvicini, who resigned last month after coaching the Redhawks since 2009.
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Barcomb just completed her sixth season at Cal State East Bay, where she led the Pioneers to the university’s first conference championship and NCAA tournament appearance in any sport. She surpassed career win No. 300 in February 2015.
Barcomb coached at Puget Sound for 12 seasons where she became the all-time winningest coach in program history at 237-87.
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