Women's Basketball - Coaches
Lori Sullivan, Head Coach
Shippensburg State College (Virginia Tech)
Coach Sullivan was hired as the head Women's Basketball coach in 2011.
Coach Sullivan received her bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Shippensburg State College in 1981. She went on to receive her master's degree in Education and Athletic Administration from Virginia Tech in 1982.
She played basketball for 4 years at Hollidaysburg Area High School from 1973-77 and played 2 years at Shippensburg from 1977-79. She then began coaching and officiating in 1994.
Coach Sullivan’s goals for the women's basketball program is to help promote women’s teams in all sports at BCCC, encourage women to have fun while playing, and to improve their play, one game at a time. Coach Sullivan is dedicated to making this the best experience possible for our women’s basketball student-athletes and is helping build the program.
Charisse McGill, Assistant Coach
First Season: 2013-14
Coach McGill is entering her first year as assistant coach for the Bucks County Community College Women's Basketball program in 2013. McGill aka "Gilly" comes to the Centurions after serving as Head Girls' Varsity Coach (2011-13) at Benjamin Franklin High School in Philadelphia, PA.
McGill received her Bachleor of Sciences Degree in Sport & Recreation Management from Temple University in 2003. She played varsity basketball for Schenley High School for three seasons from 1995-1998.
Coach McGill's coaching philosphy is rooted in teaching athletes how to play as opposed to plays, as the game of basketball is more than understanding X's and O's. Her goal as the Assistant Coach for the Lady Centurions is to help develop individual players.