BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Grambling State University has officially announced the hiring of Nadine Domond as its new head women’s basketball coach. Onnidan reported the hire back in August and now the acquisition has been confirmed.
Domond served as a trainer at the Nike Skills Academy and John Lucas Enterprises. She has also provided assistance for colleges around the country including Duke, North Carolina, Rutgers and Penn State.
With her last six years spent as founder and director of ND Basketball Services, Domond used her past experience to provide personal basketball training, group and team training, motivational speaking, evaluations and coaching clinics to clients from areas such as the Atlantic Coast, Big Ten and Southeastern Conferences.
As she transitioned into college, Domond became a Division I college basketball standout at the University of Iowa and was selected into the USA team where she earned a silver medal and later became a player for the WNBA. She was the 19th overall pick of the New York Liberty in the 1998 WNBA draft and played in nine games with the Sacramento Monarchs in 1998. Domond was a four-time All-State high school player. She was also inducted into the New England Basketball Hall of Fame and a Parade High School All-American. Domond was the number one point guard in the country during her high school senior year.
She was a graduate assistant coach at Hampton University for the 2002-2003 season and served as assistant coach for the 2003-2004 season. Domond coached the Northrop Grumman Apprentice School Women’s Basketball Program from 2005-2007. In 2005-2006, the team finished third in the United States Collegiate Athletic Association National Championships with a 17-11 record. The next year, the team finished 18-8 as Domond served as associate head coach.