Stephanie Singer is entering her second year on T.J. Hardeman's staff at Azusa Pacific. This season she is the team's primary strength and conditioning coach.
After leading Marist High School to a 23-4 record and a Sky-Em League championship in 2003, Singer was offered a full ride to Washington State University, where she spent her freshman and sophomore seasons. In her freshman season she played in all 28 games for the Cougars, including 10 starts. Recorded a season-high 17 points against Arizona State on Feb. 28, and averaged 4.8 points per game in her initial campaign.
Following her sophomore season with Washington State, Singer opted to transfer to NCAA Div. II Chico State for her junior and senior years. After graduating with her B.A. in kinesiology, with an emphasis in coaching and administration, she spent time as Chico State's strength and conditioning coach for women's soccer. In 2007 she was named strength and conditioning coach for softball and rugby before leaving the Wildcats for an assistant coaching position for the women's basketball team at Golden West College in 2008.
Then in 2009 Singer was a co-head coach for the girls JV team at her alma mater, Marist High School.