Kayla Karius Named Head Coach of Green Bay Women’s Basketball

Posted on 4-25-2024

Kayla Karius has been named the fourth head coach of Green Bay’s storied women’s basketball program. Karius, formally Kayla Tetschlag, played at Green Bay from 2007 to 2011.

“I’m thrilled to be returning to my Alma mater and honored to be only the fourth head coach of Green Bay Women’s Basketball,” Karius remarked. “This is the premier women’s basketball program in our state and is located in one of the most innovative and booming communities. I look forward to carrying on a strong tradition of championships on the court and excellence in the classroom. Thank you to Chancellor Alexander, Athletics Director Josh Moon, and Parker search firm for entrusting me to lead this storied program. Go Phoenix!”

The Sheboygan native comes to the Phoenix after two seasons at the University of South Dakota where she led the Coyotes to back-to-back winning seasons in the Summit League, including a 23-13 record last season that ended with a pair of wins in the WNIT.

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