No woman has ever been a head coach of an NCAA men's Basketball team, but Bernadette Mattox was the first female bench coach when she served as an assistant to Rick Pitino's Kentucky Wildcats from 1990 through 1994. Kerri-Ann McTiernan's head coaching stint at Brooklyn Kingsborough Community College makes her the only female to be the head coach of a men's College Basketball team at any level.
Teresa Lawrence Phillips actually coached the Tennessee State men's basketball team for one game when the regular coach had been suspended back in February of 2003.
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: Coach Debbie Bradley was the first woman to coach an NCAA men's basketball team at Miami of Ohio in the MAC Conference, I believe. Later, she coached World Harvest Bible College to the NCBAA National Championship in 2002. She is currently their coach. : ESPN, one year, I believe, had an NCAA men's basketball game and discussed this and the one commentator had to correct the other, stating that Debbie Bradley was the first.
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