BRONXVILLE, N.Y. -- Christie Tomasino has officially been named the head women’s basketball coach at Concordia College, Athletics Director Ivan Marquez has announced.
“From the very beginning, all the student-athletes, staff and fellow coaches in the CACC noticed a special ‘spark’ and desire to succeed in Christie,” Marquez said, referring to the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference.
“Concordia prides itself in discovering and nurturing new talent, so we are more than happy to offer coach Tomasino the opportunity to reach her potential and hopefully lead our women's basketball program to new heights. We are grateful for her commitment and wish her the very best as she takes the helm of our Lady Clippers." Tomasino served as the interim head women’s basketball coach at Concordia during most of the 2013-14 season after serving as an assistant coach since the 2012-13 season. As an assistant coach, Tomasino worked on conditioning the guards and assisted with game strategy, statistics and recruiting coordination. “I want to thank Ivan for this opportunity to lead the women's basketball program into the future,” Tomasino said. “He took a chance on me to be an assistant three years ago, and I look forward to starting a new chapter in my coaching career. I am really excited to begin the new season and get the women's basketball program on the right track.” Tomasino was a member of the Pace University Setters for two seasons. There she earned recognition on the Northeast-10's Commissioner's Honor Roll for the 2007-08 season. Tomasino is from Staten Island, where she attended St John's Villa Academy. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology from Pace in 2010.
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