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Women’s Basketball Coaching Staff

Published or Revised September 05, 2023

Head Coach Brittany Christian

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Brittany Christian

Head Women's Basketball coach Brittany Christia, commonly known as "BC," begins her third year at the program's helm for the 2023-2024 season. In her first two years, she recruited and mentored a 2021-2022 Region XIV Rookie of the Year - Shaunice Reed, and four additional players who garnered All-Region and All-Conference honors. Of those players, two have been recognized nationally as Top 40 NJCAA All-Stars: Nykesha Sanders, who finished her freshman year second in the country in assists and completed her career at PJC with 377 assists, and Mikiya House, who completed her freshman campaign leading Region XIV in scoring and field goal percentage and fourth in rebounding. In just two years, Coach BC has secured two wins over Top 25 opponents, as well as the program’s first win over defending national champion Tyler Junior College, all firsts for the program in at least five years prior to her arrival. She also holds a 100% graduation and placement rate for the young ladies in her program.

Coach BC came to PJC after serving as assistant women's basketball coach at Indiana State University in Terre Haute, Indianna. Prior to that she was assistant coach for two seasons at Delaware State University, where she was part of a resurgence of their program which was among the top 75 recruiting class in the country.

"What I want to build here is a high character, high quality program," Christian said. "My bio shows I've been to many different levels of basketball and the thing that I really love about junior college basketball is this transition period. I really feel good about impacting young women to be able to move on to their next step in life and basketball. I'm excited to build a brand of basketball that you are going to love to see, to be highly competitive and successful, but I'm more dedicated to placing great young women in this community and into the world beyond PJC."

Before Delaware State, Christian spent the 2017-2018 season as the head coach at Northwest Kansas Technical College, a National Junior College Athletic Association Division I school. She led the Mavericks to a 20-11 record and top-25 national rankings in multiple statistical categories.

Christian spent the 2016-2017 season as an assistant coach at Northwest Kansas Technical College. She was named the 2016-2017 Women's Basketball Coaches Association Junior College National Assistant Coach of the Year and a WBCA 30 Under 30 honoree after helping lead the team to its best season ever with a 28-2 overall record.

Her prized recruit at Northwest Kansas, Tran Brown, holds the school's single-season points record and was among the nation's top scorers. Christian also recruited the school's career scoring and rebounding leader, Juliet James.

From 2013 to 2015, Christian was an assistant coach at Cheyney University. In 2012 and 2013 she was an assistant coach, then interim head coach, at Frostburg State University in Maryland.

She began her coaching career as an assistant at Saint Paul's College in Virginia and later served as a graduate assistant coach/assistant to the athletic director at Virginia State University.

The native of Baltimore, Maryland graduated from Baltimore Polytech High School and played college basketball for four years at St. Paul's College in Virginia, where she earned a bachelor's degree in biology in 2009. Christian earned her Master's in Sports Management from Virginia State in 2012.

Assistant Coach Teaunsha Robinson

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Teaunsha Robinson

Coach Teaunsha "Tee" Robinson begins her second year as the program's assistant coach in 2023-2024. Serving as assistant coach and player development coordinator in year one, she aided the development of All-Conference and All-Region players Nykesha Sanders and Mikiya House.

Nykesha Sanders will be attending Tarleton State University next season, leaving Paris with 377 career assists. Mikiya House completed her freshmen season leading Region XIV in scoring and field goal percentages and was fourth in rebounding.

House also received national recognition when she was named a Top 40 NJCAA All-Star. Lastly, Coach Tee had the opportunity to assist on the program's first win over 2022 defending national champions Tyler Junior College in at least five years.

Coach Robinson came to PJC after serving as assistant varsity basketball coach at Shortridge High School in Indianapolis, Indiana. She also served as the Chief of Coaches for the All Indy Belles AAU program out of Indianapolis.

Prior to that, Coach Robinson spent four seasons as the assistant varsity coach and head junior varsity coach at Baltimore Polytechnic Institute in Baltimore, Maryland. While there, she coached a JV three-peat, winning Baltimore City Championships in 2018, 2019, and 2020. She also assisted the varsity to a three-peat of Baltimore City championships and three Maryland State playoff regional championships in those same years. Varsity also made a state title game appearance and had a 22-1 record in 2020 before the COVID-19 pandemic shut down the Maryland State tournament.

As Chief of Coaches for the All-Indy Belles, Robinson coached age groups ranging from 2027 to 2029 graduates (10-12 year olds). In the summer of 2022, she rallied her 2029 group through a great summer, winning seven out of 10 tournaments and going undefeated in those seven tournaments with wins over several ranked opponents.

The native of Baltimore, Maryland graduated from Baltimore Polytechnic Institute and played collegiately at Bowie State University in Bowie, MD. While at Bowie State, Coach Robinson earned CIAA All-Rookie Team honors in 2007 and CIAA All-Conference and All-Tournament team honors 2008-2011. Robinson is a part of Bowie's 1,000-point club, 500-rebound club, and top 10 in blocks in school history.

Robinson earned a bachelor's degree in business management in 2012 from Bowie State University and a master's degree in education, minoring in career technical education, from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore in May 2022.