2014-15 Women's Basketball Coaches
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John B. Wethington
Head Coach - 26th Season

 

John B. Wethington enters his 26th season in 2014-15 as the head coach of the Lindsey Wilson women’s basketball program.

The Blue Raiders posted a 19-12 record during the 2013-14 season and tied the program record for most home wins in a season with 13.

A pair of Blue Raiders earned All Mid-South Conference honors including the Freshman of the Year in 2013-14.

During his time on the Blue Raider sideline, Wethington has led Lindsey Wilson to 20 winning seasons and 13 seasons of 20 or more wins.

Wethington owns a career record of 478-307. He earned his 400th career win with a 99-67 win over Morris (S.C.) on November 5, 2010 and his 450th career win on Dec. 15, 2012 in an 82-66 win over Wilberforce (Ohio).

Wethington’s teams have reached the NAIA National Tournament nine times overall during his time as the Blue Raiders head coach. The Blue Raiders have reached the tournament's round of 16 three times.

Wethington led the Blue Raiders to five Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (KIAC) championships prior to moving to the Mid-South Conference in 2000-01.

In 2007-08, Wethington led the Blue Raiders to their second consecutive Mid-South Conference regular-season title. Lindsey Wilson finished that season with an 8-2 record in league play after a 9-1 mark in 2006-07.

Wethington has been honored five times with conference coach of the year awards.

Wethington was the 1990-91, 1996-97 and 1998-99 KIAC Women's Basketball Coach of the Year and 2006-07 and 2007-08 Mid-South Conference Women's Basketball Coach of the Year.

Wethington earned his 300th win on Nov. 12, 2005 in a 59-44 win over Grace (Ind.), his 200th win on Nov. 30, 1999 over Lipscomb (Tenn.) and his 100th win on Jan. 21, 1995 over Brescia (Ky.).

Before being named head coach at Lindsey Wilson in 1989, Wethington spent two seasons as an assistant coach for the women’s program.

Wethington graduated from Western Kentucky in 1987. Wethington served as head manager for the men’s basketball program, which was coached by former college and NBA star Clem Haskins.

Wethington was also a student assistant coach at LWC during the 1982-83 and 1983-84 seasons.

Wethington and his wife, Shelia, have two children, Mason and Brenna.

 

Collegiate Coaching Career

Lindsey Wilson College: Assistant Coach (1987-89)

Lindsey Wilson College: Head Coach (1990-present)

 

Contact Information

Office: Rice House (Athletics Offices)

Phone: 270-384-8073

Fax: 270-384-8078

Mail: 210 Lindsey Wilson Street, Columbia, KY 42728

E-Mail: wethingt@lindsey.edu

 

John B. Wethington’s Collegiate Career

Year

School

Overall

Record

Conf.

Record

Postseason

Highlights

1989-90

Lindsey Wilson

14-16

6-6

 

 

1990-91

Lindsey Wilson

21-6

7-4

 

KIAC Co-Champs

KIAC Coach of the Year

1991-92

Lindsey Wilson

18-10

6-4

 

 

1992-93

Lindsey Wilson

25-9

4-5

 

 

1993-94

Lindsey Wilson

10-20

2-8

 

 

1994-95

Lindsey Wilson

20-9

6-4

 

 

1995-96

Lindsey Wilson

19-9

8-4

 

 

1996-97

Lindsey Wilson

24-7

11-1

KIAC Finals

KIAC Champs

KIAC Tournament Champs

KIAC Coach of the Year

1997-98

Lindsey Wilson

18-13

4-2

KIAC Semifinals

KIAC Co-Champs

1998-99

Lindsey Wilson

24-10

6-0

NAIA First Round

KIAC Champs

KIAC Tournament Champs

KIAC Coach of the Year

1999-2000

Lindsey Wilson

20-10

4-2

KIAC Finals

KIAC Co-Champs

KIAC Tournament Champs

2000-01

Lindsey Wilson

7-24

2-14

MSC Second Round

 

2001-02

Lindsey Wilson

19-15

5-9

NAIA First Round

 

2002-03

Lindsey Wilson

15-16

3-7

MSC First Round

 

2003-04

Lindsey Wilson

22-12

5-5

NAIA First Round

 

2004-05

Lindsey Wilson

21-11

3-7

MSC Semifinals

 

2005-06

Lindsey Wilson

19-12

6-4

NAIA First Round

 

2006-07

Lindsey Wilson

16-16

9-1

MSC Finals

MSC Champs

MSC Coach of the Year

2007-08

Lindsey Wilson

22-12

8-2

NAIA Second Round

MSC Co-Champs

MSC Coach of the Year

2008-09

Lindsey Wilson

25-9

9-3

NAIA Second Round

 

2009-10

Lindsey Wilson

20-12

8-6

NAIA First Round

 

2010-11

Lindsey Wilson

24-9

13-5

NAIA Second Round

 

2011-12

Lindsey Wilson

20-13

7-9

NAIA First Round

 

2012-13

Lindsey Wilson

16-15

7-13

MSC First Round

 

2013-14

Lindsey Wilson

19-12

9-9

MSC First Round

 

Totals

Lindsey Wilson

478-307

158-134

 

Totals

Overall

478-307

158-134

 

 

 
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Steve Beck
Assistant Coach - 9th Season

 

Steve Beck begins his ninth season in 2014-15 as the Lindsey Wilson College women’s basketball varsity assistant and head junior varsity coach.

Beck has helped lead the Lindsey Wilson women’s basketball program to a pair of Mid-South Conference regular season titles and five NAIA National Tournament appearances.

The Blue Raiders posted five 20-win seasons during Beck’s time on the Blue Raider bench, including a 25-9 mark during the 2008-09 season. Those 25 wins tied the 1992-93 team for the most in a single-season in the program’s history.

During Lindsey Wilson’s five national tournaments with Beck on the sideline, the Blue Raiders reached the second round three times, including falling to the eventual national champions twice.

Beck came to Lindsey Wilson in 2006-07 after coaching stints at Brescia (Ky.) and Lee (Tenn.).

Beck graduated from Lindsey Wilson in 2007.

 

Collegiate Coaching Career

Brescia University: Assistant Coach (1998-2004)

Lee University: Assistant Coach (2004-06)

Lindsey Wilson College: Assistant Coach (2006-present)

 

Contact Information

Office: Rice House (Athletics Offices)

Phone: 270-384-8082

Fax: 270-384-8078

Mail: 210 Lindsey Wilson Street, Columbia, KY 42728

E-Mail: becks@lindsey.edu

 

 
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Terran Duncan
Assistant Coach - 2nd Season

Terran Duncan begins her second season as an assistant coach on the Lindsey Wilson women’s basketball coaching staff for the 2014-15 season.

The Mid-South Conference Player of the Year in 2006-07, Duncan totaled 1,694 points and 640 rebounds in her four seasons as a Blue Raider. She earned Academic All-MSC and All-MSC First Team honors three years in a row (2005-06, 2006-07, and 2007-08). Her efforts during her junior and senior seasons helped Lindsey Wilson capture back-to-back regular season titles and NAIA All-American honors.

Duncan began her coaching career as an assistant girl’s coach at Russell County High School in 2008-09, then joined the St. Catharine College women’s basketball staff as an assistant in 2009-10. While with the Patriots, Duncan helped coach an All-MSC Honorable Mention and three Academic All-MSC honorees.

Prior to joining Lindsey Wilson, she was an assistant coach with the University of Pikeville women’s basketball program. In her three years at Pikeville, Duncan coached an MSC Freshman of the Year, an All-MSC First Team honoree, an All-MSC Second Team Honoree and a total of 15 Academic All-MSC student-athletes.

Duncan graduated from Lindsey Wilson in 2008 with a degree in Biology.

 
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