Drury Women's Basketball Head Coach
Molly (Carter) Miller, one of the most decorated players in Drury Lady Panthers basketball history, completed her second season as head coach and led DU to a 26-5 record, a 16-2 mark in the Great Lakes Valley Conference, a perfect 14-0 record at the O'Reilly Family Event Center, the program's third GLVC championship and a bid in the NCAA-II Midwest Regional.
Those accomplishments followed her first season that included winning the GLVC West division for the eighth time in 11 years and the team's 12th appearance in the NCAA-II Tournament in the program's 16 year team history. Miller began the 2014-15 season as the interim head coach and had that tag lifted in mid-December by school officials after the Lady Panthers -ranked as high as No. 3 nationally this season - got off to a quick start on a season that would later include a 75-72 victory at the nation's No. 1-ranked team (Lewis) and a 14-game winning streak heading into the NCAA tourney.
She will enter her third season at the helm with a 52-9 career record (.852), a 33-3 (.917) mark in the GLVC and her teams have gone 26-1 at home during her tenure as head coach.
Miller spent two seasons as an assistant coach for the Lady Panthers, including the 2013-14 effort which netted a final 27-4 record and the program's third NCAA-II Elite Eight appearance in its 16-year history (and first since 2007).