Bri Calver joined the University of Dallas staff as the head coach of the women's basketball program in March, 2019. She is the 16th person to be named at the helm for the program and has accepted her first head coaching appointment after spending the past six seasons as an assistant at two NCAA Division III schools (three seasons apiece).
Calver previously served as an assistant coach at Hendrix College for three seasons. The Warriors garnered a combined 46-37 record with a pair of trips to the Southern Athletic Association (SAA) Championship Game. In her first season in Conway, the Warriors went 18-11 overall and earned a trip to the NCAA Division III Tournament after capturing the SAA Tournament Title.
Hendrix improved to 19-9 in 2017-18 and was edged in the SAA Championship by a point in overtime.
Calver coached the SAA Player of the Year and All-Conference First Team selection Sara Dyslin.
Before Hendrix, Calver spent three seasons at Bluffton University in Bluffton, Ohio as a graduate assistant. While there, she helped lead the Beavers to their first ever Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference (HCAC) Championship and trip to the NCAA Tournament on a 25-3 season in 2015-16. She coached four All-HCAC players and the all-time leading scorer, Macey Sheerer.
As a collegiate player, Calver lettered four years at the NCAA Division II University of Massachusetts Lowell. She was a career 83 percent free throw shooter and shot a 37 percent clip from three-point territory.
Calver earned her Master of Business Administration with a Sports Management concentration in 2016 at Bluffton.
In 2013, Calver graduated from UMass Lowell with a Bachelor of Liberal Arts with a Psychology & Sociology concentration.
Kendra Wynn begins her first season as the first University of Dallas women's basketball team Graduate Assistant Coach.
Wynn graduated with a Bachelors in Sports Management at University of Mary Hardin-Baylor and minored in multimedia. Wynn played basketball with the Crusaders and was awarded Defensive Player of the Year. Wynn also garnered First Team All-West and First Team All-Defensive Team honors with the American Southwest Conference (ASC).
Wynn is the record holder for UMHB's steal record.
The 2017-18 season saw Wynn volunteer for the UMHB women’s basketball team.
Wynn is now obtaining her MBA here at Dallas.
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Lauren Jay enters her second season serving as a volunteer assistant for the University of Dallas women's basketball team.
Jay competed at the NCAA Division II level at Southern Arkansas and Texas A&M Kingsville. In her senior season (2014-15), Jay was the team leader in rebounds (6.6) and steals.
Before joining UD, Jay was a volunteer coach with Smithson Valley High School Women's Basketball Program. She also coached elite club basketball programs in San Antonio.
Jay holds a Bachelors in History with a minor in Kinesiology.