|Title:||Assistant Women's Basketball Coach|
Meghan Black joined the women's basketball coaching staff at Suffolk in 2014 and begins her third season as assistant coach of the Rams for the 2016-17 season.
Black returned to her alma mater and joined the Rams on the sidelines after a four-year career in blue-and-gold between 2008-12. A 2012 graduate of Suffolk with a Bachelor's in biology, Black captained the Rams as a senior and helped the team to a 64-46 overall and 33-16 GNAC record over her career and four ECAC Championship appearances.
As assistant coach the former 5-foot-10 forward wears multiple hats of responsibilities, but is crucial in organizing and executing practice, which includes one-on-one player development. The Roslindale, Massachusetts local assists in game plans and preparation by scouting the competition. Off the court Black designs and implements strength and conditioning programs and helps find rising talent for future Rams squads.
During her first season on the bench out of a Suffolk uniform, the Rams put together a 13-14 overall mark and went 8-3 against GNAC opponents. Black helped mold Iliana Quadri into an all-conference first-team selection and the Rams' 13th 1,000-point scorer.