Two Elon University women's basketball seniors are a part of the 75-person group that will attend the Women's Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) "So You Want To be A Coach" program.
Senior guards Jospeha Mbouma and Nicole Razor will travel to Indianapolis to participate in a three-day workshop April 1-3.
“‘So You Want To Be A Coach’ is a premier program for student athletes who want to transition into the field of coaching,” said Elon head coach Charlotte Smith. “It is an outstanding program that gives you an in-depth look at coaching and an opportunity to hear speakers who are some of the top coaches in the country. One of my favorite parts of the program is teaching them interviewing skills for jobs. They will have the opportunity to be interviewed by several college coaches and get immediate feedback on the process. They will gain a wealth of knowledge and insight at the program during the Final Four. It is a great learning environment and springboard to their coaching careers.”
Mbouma and Razor will become Elon's second and third players to participate in the WBCA's program, after Kelsey Harris '14 was the first in 2014.
Mbouma has played in 27 of Elon's 28 games this season, averaging 10 minutes, 1.8 points and 1.8 rebounds per game. Razor has not played for the Phoenix since 2014 because of an injury.