N.C. A&T head women's basketball coach Tarrell Robinson has announced the hiring of assistant coach Dominque Hudson. Hudson spent the last three seasons at Gardner-Webb University in Boiling Springs, N.C. as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator.
“It brings me great pleasure and excitement to add Dominique to our coaching staff,” Robinson stated. “Although she has only been in this profession for three years, she has proven to be an up and coming rising star. She was one of the best high school players (male or female) to play basketball in the state of North Carolina and one of the best in Gardner Webb history.”
Hudson played under head coach Rick Reeves at Gardner-Webb from 2007-11, where she helped lead the Runnin’ Bulldogs to their first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance in 2010-11 and their first-ever WNIT appearance in 2009-10.
During her career at GWU, Hudson received numerous accolades and was a two-time All-Big South first-team selection and a three-time Big South All-Tournament team honoree. In 2011 she was named the Big South Tournament MVP. She still remains GWU’s all-time leader in assists (579) and is fifth in scoring (1,407 points).