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Director of Operations Allie Fedorowicz
With the completion of a successful 2012-13 campaign, Allie Fedorowicz wrapped up her third season as the Director of Basketball Operations at the University of Delaware. Fedorowicz was hired in September 2010 following an outstanding career at Cornell University.
Fedorowicz coordinates team travel, handles all video responsibilities, monitors academic performance and overseas all daily operations of the Blue Hen women’s basketball team. She also coordinates practice operations, assists with managing summer camps and serves as the team liaison to University personnel.
This past season, Fedorowicz helped guide one of the most illustrious squads in Delaware history as the Hens saw another record-breaking year. UD finished the season with an incredible 32-4 mark, went undefeated in CAA play for the second consecutive year and advanced to the NCAA Sweet 16 for the first time in school history. The Hens finished atop the CBI Mid-Major Poll for the second straight season while receiving a No. 15 spot in the Associated Press Poll and a No. 16 spot in the USA Today/Coaches Poll.
Delaware also recorded a school-record 27 straight victories, besting the team’s streak of 21 consecutive wins during the 2011-12 slate, and good for third nationally behind Baylor and Notre Dame. Dating to Fedorowicz’s first season with the club (2010-11), UD has won 37 straight CAA regular season wins, a mark that is good for second nationally behind Baylor and the most in the league since Old Dominion won 95 consecutive contests from 1995 to 2001.
The Blue Hens earned a No. 6 seed in the 2013 NCAA Tournament, where Delaware defeated No. 11 West Virginia, 66-53, before upsetting No. 3 North Carolina, 78-69, at a sold-out Bob Carpenter Center to advance to the Sweet 16. UD was unable to make a comeback against No. 2 Kentucky as the Hens ended their run with a 69-62 loss to the Wildcats in Bridgeport, Conn.
The 2011-12 Blue Hens collected a record-breaking year with a 31-2 record while going undefeated in CAA play and winning the first postseason game in school history.
Delaware set a previous school record for wins in a season including a record 21 straight victories and claimed the first CAA Tournament title in UD history. The Hens earned a No. 3 seed in the NCAA Tournament and posted a 73-42 win over Arkansas Little Rock, the first postseason win by a men’s or women’s basketball team in school history. Delaware ended the year ranked No. 14 in the ESPN/USA Today Coaches Poll after climbing as high as No. 7 in early March.
A native of Abington, Pa., Fedorowicz earned her bachelor’s degree in nutritional science and a minor in business from Cornell University in May 2010.
As a starter with the Big Red, Fedorowicz helped led the team to the 2008 Ivy League Championship while earning a berth into the NCAA Tournament.
During her senior season, she was twice named to an All-Tournament team, earning honors at the DePaul Classic and again at the Virginia Holiday Tournament. That same season, Fedorowicz led Cornell in points (12.2 per game) and steals (29) while averaging 31.0 minutes per contest. The guard left her mark in the Big Red record book, ranking second in career three-point field goals (148) and third in career free throw percentage (81.6).
Fedorowicz is currently working towards a Master of Science degree in health promotion at the University of Delaware’s College of Health Sciences.
Head Coach Tina Martin
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Associate Head Coach Jeanine Radice
Assistant Coach Tiara Malcom
Assistant Coach Tom Lochner
Director of Basketball Operations Allie Fedorowicz