RICHMOND, Va. – VCU Women's Basketball head coach Beth O'Boyle has announced the addtion of Ashley McGlon as the program's video coordinator and Quiera Lampkins as a graduate assistant.
McGlon will join the Rams as the program's video coordinator. McGlon joins VCU after working with Mississippi State University's Women's Basketball program as a graduate manager. McGlon was tasked with filming and breaking down practices and games, while also helping out with day-to-day tasks alongside the Director of Basketball Operations. She also worked in the same position as an undergraduate at Mississippi State as she was part of a staff that reached two NCAA National Championship games and won both a regular-season SEC Championship and an SEC Tournament Championship. She graduated in May 2018 with a Bachelors of Art in Communication with a concentration in Journalism and a Bachelor's of Science in Kinesiology with a Sports Studies concentration.
"Ashley brings an extremely high level of energy and a championship pedigree from her time at Mississippi State. She will be able to bring a wealth of experience that will continue to elevate our program," O'Boyle said.
Lampkins, a former Ohio University standout and professional basketball player, will serve as a graduate assistant for the 2019-20 season. Lampkins played professionally in Winterthur, Switzerland for the 2017-2018 season where she averaged 18 points and five rebounds while winning the Super Cup Championship and Super Cup MVP. At Ohio University, Lampkins started all 123 games of her collegiate career and is the program's second all-time leading scorer with 1,822 points. She was a three-time All-MAC selection and her senior season she averaged 19.8 points, 6.9 rebounds, 3.2 assists and 2.2 steals per game while being named to the All-MAC Second Team. She graduated with a Bachelor's of Science in Retail Merchandising and Fashion Product Development.
"Quiera had a tremendous playing career leading Ohio University to unprecedented success. She is an excellent role model for our student-athletes and her high level of competitive drive and basketball IQ will be a invaluable asset," O'Boyle said.