Brittany enters her second season as Head Coach after serving as an Assistant for two seasons, but the Harcum alum has been a part of the school community since she arrived as a student in 2008. Brittany was a part of two Region XIX Championships, a District Championship, and a member of the first sport team at Harcum to play in a NJCAA National Tournament. She graduated in 2010 with a Sports Management degree and in 2011 in Business Administration with a 3.86 GPA, as well as receiving the President’s Award at Commencement. Brittany graduated Magna Cum Laude with her Bachelor’s in Psychology from Division I NAIA Coastal Georgia finishing her basketball career under Coach Betsy Harris where her team finished both seasons with 20+ wins, ranked in the nation, and advanced to the National Tournament her senior season. Brittany comes from a basketball family from Midlothian, VA. Her brother was part of the James Madison University Women’s Basketball program for 10 seasons and collected five CAA Championships, and is currently the Director of Basketball Operations for the Women's Basketball Team at Virginia Tech. Her father trains elementary to overseas athletes through his business Gym Ratz, is in his second season as Trinity College of Florida's Women's Head Basketball Coach, and serves as the Skill Development Coach for the Men's Basketball team, who won the NCAA National Championship in 2015. Trinity College of Florida is located outside of Tampa, where her parents now reside.
Steven joins the Women's Basketball staff after earning his Master's degree from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington this past April, all while being the Graduate Assistant Coach for the UNCW Women's Basketball Team.
In his position at UNCW, Rhodes played a key role in the day-to-day operations of the program, as he served as the program’s film coordinator, would oversee the team’s student managers, and assisted with facilities, travel, and game day matters.
Rhodes served three seasons as Head Coach of the boy’s program at Neuse Charter Middle School in Smithfield, North Carolina. During his time with the program, Rhodes led the squad to an undefeated record of 46-0 and three regular season and conference tournament championships. He also played a prominent role in his player’s success in the classroom, closely monitoring the academic progress of his student-athletes.
Rhodes also gained extensive experience on the AAU circuit, spending five seasons as an Assistant Program Director and Head Coach with the Cleveland PRIDE Basketball Organization. During that time, Rhodes assisted in the development of a top-level travel basketball program for up to five different teams while also organizing numerous basketball tournaments hosted by the program. His work helped the PRIDE enjoy unparalleled success as they captured two USSSA NC state championships, one USBA NC state championship, one USBA SC state championship, and one USSSA national championship during his time with the program.
A native of Clayton NC, Rhodes received his Associate’s Degree from Johnston Community College in 2011. He is a 2014 UNCW graduate with a Bachelor’s Degree in Recreation, Sport Leadership & Tourism Management and a Master's in Liberal Studies.
Barry Uzzell enters his second season working with the Women's Basketball team, but he is very familiar with Harcum College athletics. Uzzell currently is the Head Men's and Women's Track and Field and Cross Country Coach, and has served as an Assistant Coach under Drew Kelly's Men's Basketball program previously for four seasons. His primary role within the Women's Basketball program include post player development and skills training.
Prior to Harcum, Uzzell was an Assistant Men's Basketball Coach at Westbury College, Delaware State University, the D.C. Express, and Delaware Blue Bombers. He also played 3 seasons for the Blue Bombers from 1993-1996. Aside from coaching, Uzzell has run numerous basketball camps and clinics, as he has served as Director with One-on-One Basketball Inc., a year round basketball training program for children in Philadelphia. Uzzell has also worked with the Women's USA Olympic Team, and with the WNBA Washington Mystics. Uzzell is a firm supporter of junior college for athletes, as he played at Merced Junior College in Merced, California before transferring to North Texas State to finish his college playing career headed to play overseas for seven years. Uzzell resides locally with his wife and his two children.
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