2011 USA Women's World University Games Team Assistant Coach
Terri Williams-Flournoy enters her first USA Basketball coaching assignment as an assistant for the 2011 USA Women's World University Games Team. She has spent seven seasons (2004-05 to present) on the sideline of Georgetown University, where she has compiled a 120-95 overall record (.558 winning percentage).
Finishing 24-11 in 2010-11, Williams-Flournoy and the Hoyas reached the NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen before falling to the University of Connecticut. Georgetown was ranked in both the AP and ESPN/USA Today polls for the entire year, reaching as high as No. 11 on the A.P. poll and No. 12 on the ESPN/USA Today poll.
In 2009-10, she led the squad to a 26-7 overall record along with a 13-0 record at home in McDonough Arena. The Hoyas spent 12 weeks in the national rankings and earned the program's second bid to the NCAA Tournament, defeating Marist in the first round before falling to Baylor University. Williams-Flournoy was recognized as the 2010 Coach of the Year by the Black Coaches Association.
In 2008-09, Williams-Flournoy led the Hoyas to a 20-14 overall record, the program's first 20-win season since 1992-93. The Hoyas had an impressive run through the WNIT advancing to the quarterfinals, which was further than any team had advanced in postseason play in the program's history.
In 12 seasons as a collegiate assistant coach, including positions at Georgetown (1992-93 through 1995-96), Southwest Missouri State University (2002-03 through 2003-04) and the University of Georgia (1996-97 through 2001-02), she compiled a 251-116 record. She has been a part of nine NCAA Tournament appearances, including the 1999 Final Four and 1993 Sweet Sixteen with Georgetown and regional finals appearances with Georgia in 1997 and 2000.
Returning to GU as a head coach in 2004 was a homecoming for Williams-Flournoy, as she began her collegiate coaching career as an assistant coach with the Hoyas. Her four-year stint as an assistant at Georgetown saw the program achieve its first bid to the NCAA Tournament in 1993, as the team finished the year with a 23-7 overall mark and advanced to the Sweet Sixteen.
During her two seasons at Southwest Missouri State (now known as Missouri State University), Williams-Flournoy was a part of two-straight NCAA Tournaments and two-consecutive Missouri Valley Conference Tournament championships. Southwest Missouri State finished the 2003-04 season with a 28-4 record and won the regular season Missouri Valley Conference title.
At Georgia, Williams-Flournoy was recruiting coordinator for the program during a time when Georgia made six straight NCAA Tournament appearances. During Williams-Flournoy's tenure, the Bulldogs won Southeastern Conference titles in 1997 and 2000, the SEC tournament in 2001 and produced seven current WNBA players.
A 1991 graduate of Penn State University with a degree in business management, Williams-Flournoy was a four-year (1987-88 through 1990-91) letterwinning basketball player for the Lady Lions. Penn State won the Atlantic 10 Conference Tournament championship in each of Williams-Flournoy's last two seasons and was a participant in the NCAA Tournament in three of her four seasons. In 1988, 1990 and 1991 Williams-Flournoy and the Lady Lions advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament and in 1991, Penn State was ranked as high as No. 1 in the country.