Jessica Brokaw Named as Interim Head Women's Coach
Brokaw was the assistant head women's coach for two seasons and played for the Lady Rams.
December 9, 2010
Jessica Brokaw will take over the women's basketball team.
Steve Hardin announced his departure from BC earlier this month, leaving Jessica Brokaw in charge.
Bluefield, VA—The Bluefield College Lady Rams were under new management when they returned to the court facing Winston- Salem State University on Saturday and the face leading them is a familiar one for the women's team.
Jessica Brokaw was named as interim head women's basketball coach, when the announcement of Steve Hardin's departure broke. Brokaw was the assistant head women's coach for two seasons and played for the Lady Rams.
During her time as an assistant coach for the Lady Rams she assisted in many of the responsibilities that a head coach sees she helped recruit players, served as an academic advisor for the team, assisted with player development (filming) and other day- to- day operations of the team. Brokaw also was team tutor if the need arose.
Brokaw was also a well- respected and well played team member of the Lady Rams during her collegiate time in the Appalachian Athletic Conference (AAC) playing as a guard for the Lady Rams from 2004-2007. She also played her senior season under new head coach Steve Hardin.
She was a four year starter for the Lady Rams where she was a captain every year and all four years was voted to receive the team- before- self award. Brokaw averaged 10 points, 4 assists, 3 rebounds, and one steal a game over her career at BC. Brokaw was also picked to receive the Most Valuable Player award from her teammates.
During her high schools days, Brokaw played at Lexington (OH) High School from 2000-2004. She was a standout player Brokaw played at Lexington (OH) High School from 2000-2004. She was a standout on her high school team leading them to a state tournament final four, which was the first state appearance in women's basketball at Lexington High. Brokaw was a three-year captain and started all four years. Brokaw led Lexington High to two conference championships, two region births, four district appearances, and led LHS to a record of 82-18 record while she was playing. Brokaw averaged 7 points, 7 assists, and 4 rebounds per game.
Brokaw also is the head men's and women's tennis coach at Bluefield College.