Nadine Domond/sermonmediagroup

Nadine Domond/sermonmediagroup

Grambling State hired former WNBA player Nadine Domond as its next women’s basketball coach.

According to media reports, Domond will step in for Patricia Cage-Bibbs, who also is the school’s interim athletic director.


This will be Domond’s first Divison I head coaching job.

She played for the Sacramento Monarchs, before heading overseas to join teams in France, Poland and Israel.

Domond served as an assistant at Hampton in 2002, then was head coach at Northrop Grumman Apprentice school in 2005.

She was a four-time All-State High School player in New England, and was later inducted into the New England Basketball Hall of Fame.

Domond is the founder and director of ND Basketball Services, which provides personal basketball training and coaching clinics.

Kendrick Marshall
Editor for HBCU Sports, award-winning journalist, and a graduate of Jackson State University.

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