Terri Williams-Flournoy

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Terri Williams-Flournoy
Terri Williams-Flournoy - Georgetown coach.jpg
Sport(s) Women's basketball
Current position
Title Head coach
Team Auburn University
Record 88–76 (.537)
Biographical details
Born (1969-01-11) January 11, 1969 (age 48)
Hampton, Virginia
Alma mater Penn State University
Playing career
1988–91 Penn State (Basketball)
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1992–1996 Georgetown (asst)
1996–2002 Georgia (asst.)
2002–2004 Missouri State (asst)
2004–2012 Georgetown
2012–present Auburn
Head coaching record
Overall 231–180 (.562)

Terri Williams-Flournoy (born January 11, 1969)[1] is the head women's basketball coach at Auburn University. She was hired in April 2012 after having been the coach of Georgetown since 2004.[2] She had previously served as an assistant coach at Georgetown, Georgia, and Southwest Missouri State.[3] Her overall record as an assistant coach is 251–116, through 12 seasons.

She played college basketball at Penn State from 1988 to 1991. The Nittany Lions played in the NCAA tournament 3 of those 4 years, and had won 2 straight conference championships in 1990 and 1991.

Head coaching record[edit]

Season Team Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Georgetown Hoyas (Big East) (2004–2012)
2004–05 Georgetown 12–16 7–9 T-6th
2005–06 Georgetown 10–17 3–13 T-13th
2006–07 Georgetown 13–16 3–13 T-13th
2007–08 Georgetown 15–14 5–11 T-11th
2008–09 Georgetown 20–14 7–9 T-9th
2009–10 Georgetown 26–7 13–3 T-2nd NCAA Second Round
2010–11 Georgetown 24–11 9–7 T-7th NCAA Sweet Sixteen
2011–12 Georgetown 23–9 11–5 T-4th NCAA Second Round
Georgetown: 143–104 (.579) 58–70 (.453)
Auburn Tigers (Southeastern Conference) (2012–2013)
2012–13 Auburn 19–15 5–11 T-10th WNIT Quarterfinals
2013–14 Auburn 19–15 7–9 11th WNIT Third Round
2014–15 Auburn 13–18 3–13 13th
2015–16 Auburn 20–13 8–8 T-7th NCAA Second Round
2016–17 Auburn 17–15 7–9 T-8th NCAA First Round
Auburn: 88–76 (.537) 30–52 (.366)
Total: 231–180 (.562)

      National champion         Postseason invitational champion  
      Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion

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