BASKETBALL-W Coaching Staff
Former Alaska Anchorage all-conference standout Alysa Horn rejoins the Seawolf program in 2016-17 for her second season as an assistant coach on Ryan McCarthy’s staff.
In her first coaching go-round with the Seawolves, Horn was an integral part of the team that posted an NCAA Div. II-record 38 victories, swept the Great Northwest Athletic Conference regular-season and tournament titles, and advanced to the program's first National Title Game. During the campaign, she was recognized by the Women's Basketball Coaches Association on the organization's inaugural '30 Under 30' list of up-and-coming assistants.
The native of Kodiak, Alaska, returned to the collegiate game in 2015 after two professional seasons as a player. In 2013-14 and 2014-15, she suited up for the TSV Viernheim and Osnabrück in the German Damen Bundesliga, and in 2015 for the Logan Thunder of the Australia’s Queensland Basketball League.
A four-year letterwinner at UAA from 2009-13, Horn was a Second Team All-GNAC honoree as a sophomore and senior, and honorable mention all-league as a junior. The 6-foot forward played on three straight NCAA Tournament teams and finished in the top 10 on UAA’s career lists for points (9th, 1,134), rebounds (8th, 639), blocks (9th, 59), three-pointers made (t-6th, 113), games played (t-7th, 109), total minutes (9th, 2,739) and victories (4th, 87), along with 13th in double-doubles (13).
As a physical education major and nutrition/athletic training double-minor, Horn was a three-time Academic All-GNAC selection with an overall grade-point average of 3.67.
At Kodiak High, she was a three-time All-Northern Lights Conference selection was the Bears’ team MVP as a senior in 2007-08.
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