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Janice Washington was named the eighth women's basketball coach in school history. She succeeds Darrell Mosley who resigned to accept an assistant coaching position at the University of Delaware.

Prior to coming to Lincoln, Washingtonlupa wbb21Washington completed her fifth season at Daytona State, coaching 25 All Mid-Florida Conference Selections, 1 Mid-Florida Conference Player of the Year, 7 All State/Region VIII Selections, 1 NJCAA All American, 29 Mid-Florida Conference Scholar Athletes, 16 All State/Region VIII Scholar Athletes and 5 Academic All AmericansWashington served as the Mid-Florida Conference Women's Basketball Chair from May 2018 through May 2021. She currently serves as the Region VIII State Chair for Women's Basketball, is the Event Coordinator for the Annual NJCAA Top 40 All Star Event, and is a member of the NJCAA Top 40 Selection Committee.

Before Daytona State, Washington spent three seasons during her second stint as the assistant coach at her alma mater, Campbell University. She spent a total of nine seasons with the Camels, developing both perimeter and post players. She was also responsible for all scouting and film exchange, while assisting with on and off campus recruiting.

In between her two stints at Campbell, she spent the 2012-13 season leading Lackawanna College, a Division II junior college in Scranton, Pa. and the 2010-11 campaign, while working in Vicenza, Italy as the assistant girls basketball coach at Vicenza High School. The team improved from 1-22 to 17-3 to earn the program’s first European Championship (US equivalent to a state championship).

In addition to coaching, Washington has also worked in Fort Sill, Okla., Vicenza, Italy, Alexandria, Va., and Scranton, Pa. for the U.S. Army from 2008-2011. She served as the Advertising and Commercial Sponsorship Program Coordinator in Oklahoma and Virginia, earning the Department of the Army Achievement Medal, the fifth highest award for civilian service, while at Fort Belvoir


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