Midland College Women's Basketball Coaches

 

Assistant Coach Ginger Gatliff

 

gatliffGinger Gatliff begins her 9th season as the Assistant Coach for the Lady Chaps. Gatliff works extensively with the guards and on defense. She is in charge of guard play, film exchange, team travel, statistics, community service, strength/conditioning and recruiting.

She came to Midland College from York College (York, NE). After graduation, she worked as the Strength and Conditioning Coach for volleyball and softball where she focused on nutrition and providing individual workout regimens. She also served as the Assistant Men's Basketball Coach where she was in charge of guard play, individual workouts, and scouting reports. At York, she was an adjunct Biology teacher who taught the biology, human anatomy, and physiology labs. Gatliff also worked for a company called Mosaic where she worked with the mentally and physically disabled. She has been a coach with the Special Olympics for the past five years.

Gatliff is a native of Lawton, OK and a graduate of Eisenhower High School (2001) where she was a three-sport athlete (tennis, basketball and softball). She earned All-Conference recognition in each of the three sports in her senior year and was named Most Valuable Senior (softball), Most Outstanding Female Student Athlete and the Cecil Powell Award winner. Coach Gatliff was the first-ever female to win the Cecil Powell award which is bestowed on the athlete who best exemplifies the ideals of strong academics, character, and athleticisms. Gatliff was also a dedicated student named to the Who's Who Among American High School Students and was on the Honor Roll from 1998-2001.

Following her prep career, Gatliff enrolled at York College (NAIA) where she was a standout basketball player as a four-year starter and team captain until her graduation. She was also named to the All-Conference team for four years and was named to the Academic All-American team as a junior and senior. Gatliff finished her collegiate playing career at York as the school's record holder in steals in a game, season and career. She also holds the school record for most career assists. Gatliff graduated from York with honors (Cum Laude) in 2005 with a BA in Biology. She received a Dual Masters of Sports Science Degree in Sports Management and Sports Fitness in 2010.

 

 

                                                         SEASON RECORDS as Assistant Coach

 

Year                        W/L Overall                          W/L Conference                              WJCAC

2014-2015                      21-10                                        10-4                                         2nd
2013-2014                      18-12                                         8-6                                          4th
2012-2013                      27-8                                          11-3                                         1st
2011-2012                      23-8                                          9-3                                          2nd
2010-2011                      27-6                                          10-2                                         1st
2009-2010                      31-5                                          11-1                                         1st
2008-2009                      30-2                                          13-1                                         1st
2007-2008                      31-6                                          11-3                                         2nd
2006-2007                      20-11                                         9-5                                          3rd

Totals: 9 Seasons           228-68                                      92-28