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Women's Basketball Roster

Roster 2023-2024

Women's Basketball team photo
Back row: David Harnish (Head Coach), Jazmin Williams, Shayonna Morton, Anaston Holt, Cassidy Hill, Addison Oliver, Kadence Jackson, Tyrone Bailey (Assistant Coach).
Front row: Jayla Cobb, Katie Walker, Keira Everett, Brystal Calhoun, Tia Faulconer, Jalisa Sanders.
1
Cassidy Hill
 
2
Kadence Jackson
 
3
Jazmin Williams
 
4
Anaston Holt
 
5
Addison Oliver
 
10
Tia Faulconer
 
11
Jalisa Sanders
 
12
Brystal Calhoun
 
15
Keira Everett
 
21
Katie Walker
 
24
Jayla Cobb
 
32
Kylie Phillips
 
33
Shayonna Morton
 
 
David Harnish
Head Coach
 
Roger Parker
Assistant Coach

Roster 2023-2024

No Name Height High School Hometown
1 Cassidy Hill 5'11" Powell Powell, TN
2 Kadence Jackson 5'7" Coalfield Coalfield, TN
3 Jazmin Williams 5'9" Knoxville Catholic Knoxville, TN
4 Anaston Holt 5'10" Cannon County Woodbury, TN
5 Addison Oliver 5'8" Harriman Harriman, TN
10 Tia Faulconer 5'2" Sevier County Sevier County, TN
11 Jalisa Sanders 5'5" Boyd-Buchanan Chattanooga, TN
12 Brystal Calhoun 5'6" Clarksville Clarksville, TN
15 Keira Everett 5'5" Halls Halls, TN
21 Katie Walker 5'4" Franklin County Winchester, TN
24 Jayla Cobb 5'7" Upperman Baxter, TN
32 Kylie Phillips 5'5" Concord Christian Knoxville, TN
33 Shayonna Morton 5'9" Maplewood Nashville, TN

Head Coach: David Harnish
Assistant Coach: Roger Parker


David HarnishDavid Harnish enters his fifth season as head coach of the Roane State Lady Raiders basketball program. Harnish is one of the most successful collegiate women’s basketball coaches in the nation, entering his thirty-fourth year overall.

In the 2022-2023 season, Harnish eclipsed the 800-wins mark and was inducted into the NJCAA Women’s Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame. The 2021-22 Lady Raiders finished with 22 wins and eight losses, making it the first 20-win season since the 2013-14 campaign.

In 2002-03, his Western Nebraska team finished with a 34-3 record, the most wins in program history. That team finished as runner-up in the NJCAA National Tournament and ranked second in the final NJCAA Poll. Twice his teams have made it to the semifinals of the National Tournament. His 2004-05 team was ranked #1 in the nation for three weeks. That team finished as region champion with a 33-3 record. He has had nine seasons with 30 or more wins and twenty-nine years with no less than 20 wins in a season. Eighteen players have earned NJCAA All-American status under Coach Harnish. He has seen over 70 players go on to the next level of NCAA Division 1, D2 and NAIA and three players have gone on to play professionally overseas.

His success lies within his ability to recruit quality student-athletes that fit his up-tempo offense and tenacious full court defense. Harnish’s teams have always been known for their hard work and discipline and their demonstration of sportsmanship at it finest.

Harnish began his collegiate coaching career as the assistant coach at University of Northern Colorado men’s basketball program from 1983-1988, where he helped compiled a record of 94-47 in five seasons.
 
As a player, Harnish was an all-conference player his senior season for Adams State University. He played two seasons at Western Nebraska Community College prior to the two years at Adams State University, garnering MVP honors in 1979.
 
Harnish earned an associate’s degree from Western Nebraska Community College in 1979 and a bachelor’s degree from Adams State University in Business Education in 1982. He earned a master’s degree in Recreation Administration from the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley, CO, in 1985. He is the father of two children, Nicol and Joshua.

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