The 2018-19 campaign marks Stephany Dunmyer’s 16th season at the helm of the Virginia Wesleyan women’s basketball program, having compiled an overall career mark of 236-169 with a 168-108 record in ODAC play. The most successful coach in program history, Dunmyer has nearly 100 more wins than the runner-up on the coaching victory leaderboard.
Dunmyer led the Marlins to the NCAA Division III Tournament in the 2014-15 after winning three games at the Salem Civic Center to claim the school’s first ODAC title. The Marlins traveled to No. 17 NYU in the first round, nearly knocking off the host school before falling by just one point, 51-50.
She has led the Marlins to the ODAC title game in four of the past ten seasons, highlighted by a 21-7 record in 2006-07, the first 20-win finish for Virginia Wesleyan since the 1988-89 campaign. She also posted 22-6 marks in 2007-08 and 2011-12. She also set the school record for ODAC wins in 2006-07 and 2011-12, going 17-3 against league competition.
Dunmyer has earned three ODAC Coach of the Year awards, garnering recognition following the 2005-06, 2007-08, and 2011-12 campaigns.
Prior to assuming the head coach position with the Marlins, she served as an assistant for Division I Indiana State in 2002-03, helping the Sycamores win the Missouri Valley Conference regular-season title, earning a bid in the Women’s NIT. She also served as the junior college recruiting coordinator while at Indiana State.
She also served as the assistant coach for two years at Division II Ashland University where she received her Masters of Education in sport education in 2002.
Dunmyer competed at Kenyon College where she helped her team to a 74-33 record in four seasons, capturing two NCAC championships and two berths in the NCAA tournament. She scored 1,555 points in her career, third all-time at Kenyon. She ranks among the top-five all-time at Kenyon in 22 statistical categories, including No. 1 in career assists and assists per game and No. 2 in career three-pointers. She is one of only 10 players named to the NCAC Women’s Basketball 20th Anniversary Team, honoring the conference’s best players from 1993-2003.
The 2000 NCAC Player of the Year and three-time all-conference honoree was inducted into the Kenyon College Athletic Association Hall of Fame in 2012.
She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from Kenyon in 2000, graduating Cum Laude with highest honors.
Brittany Glasco joined the Virginia Wesleyan women's basketball coaching staff as an assistant coach prior to the 2017-18 season.
Glasco was a standout player at Virginia Wesleyan, serving as a team captain on the 2015 ODAC Championship squad. It was the first conference title for the Marlins, securing the first NCAA tournament berth for the program since the 1988-89 season. Glasco finished her career as a member of the 1,000-point club, amassing 1,119 in her illustrious career.
She was named ODAC Tournament MVP in 2015 and received the Virginia Wesleyan Senior Athlete of the Year award at the conclusion of the 2014-15 athletic year.
Glasco went on to play basketball professionally in Ireland where she attended the National University of Ireland. She received a diploma in sports performance coaching from National University in the spring of 2017.
Glasco was a Dean's List honoree at Virginia Wesleyan where she graduated in 2015 with a Bachelor of Arts in recreation and leisure studies.