From Published Reports:
Although no "official" announcement appears on the school's athletic website, several sources (including the head football coach on his Facebook page) have reported that Grambling State University has hired Nadine Domond as its next head women's basketball coach. Domond succeeds Patricia Cage-Bibbs who is interim athletics director.
Cage-Bibbs missed all of last season due to neck surgery and assistant coach Lou Hamilton, who filled in as interim coach during Cage-Bibbs' absence, has been hired as an assistant at Delaware State.
This will be Domond's first Division I head coaching job.
Domond played for the Sacramento Monarchs of the WNBA following a four-year career at Iowa. She played overseas in France, Poland and Israel before beginning her coaching career as a graduate assistant for Cage-Bibb at Hampton in 2002.
Domond was head coach for Northrop Grumman Apprentice School from 2005 to 2007 and most recently served as founder and director of ND Basketball, an organization that "provides personal basketball training, group and team training, motivational speaking, evanuations and coaching clinics.
She becomes the second head basketball coach hired at Grambling State in the past month. Shawn Walker, who previously coached at Elizabeth City State, was hired in late July to replace Joseph Price.