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Staff

Joanne P. McCallie — Head Coach

The ACC Coach of the Year in 2010, 2012 and 2013, head coach Joanne P. McCallie enters her 12th season at the helm of the Blue Devils’ program. 

In just 11 years, Coach P has guided the program to a 302-80 overall record, a 132-38 mark in ACC action and 10 NCAA Tournament selections, including a No. 1 seed in 2009 and four straight Elite Eight appearances from 2010-13. She led Duke to four consecutive ACC regular season titles in 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 and three ACC Championships in 2010, 2011 and 2013.

On the recruiting trail, McCallie brought in back-to-back No. 1 classes in 2010 and 2011, as well as the No. 1 class in 2015. She secured the No. 2 classes in 2013 and 2014. Duke has also signed 15 different players who have played in the McDonald’s All-America game, including nine over the last eight years.

McCallie reached another milestone this past season becoming the 15th fastest coach in NCAA history to reach the 600-win mark in 2017-18, doing it in only 821 contests.

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Sam Miller — Assistant Coach

Sam Miller joined the Duke women’s basketball program in 2016 and serves as an assistant coach. 

Miller joined Duke during the second half of the 2015-16 season as the video coordinator and held the same position in 2016-17. He was elevated to assistant coach over the summer of 2017.

Prior to his arrival in Durham, Miller racked up a wealth of experience in basketball operations. He served as a graduate assistant for men’s basketball at Western Michigan University from 2011-13. With the Broncos, he assembled scouting reports for game preparation, took part in team practices and individual workouts and played a role in implementing new video software. 

In 2013-14, Miller spent time with the Erie BayHawks, the NBA Developmental League affiliate for the Orlando Magic, as a basketball operations/video assistant. Throughout his tenure with the organization, he played a supporting role in player development, scouting, data analysis, team travel, and, mainly, video editing for scouting and player development purposes. Specifically, his responsibilities included live-logging each game, editing opponent video for scouts, and tracking player tendencies. He also handled special projects regarding potential player call-ups to the NBA.

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Jim Corrigan — Assistant Coach

Jim Corrigan joined the Duke women’s basketball program in December 2017 and serves as a special assistant.

Corrigan, a 1980 Duke graduate, owns over 30 years of collegiate coaching experience and most recently spent the last four years on the women’s basketball staff at Old Dominion. Corrigan spent a total of 23 years at Old Dominion, with the first 19 years of his tenure taking place as an assistant coach and later as an interim head coach for the men’s basketball program.

During his time at Old Dominion, Corrigan helped lead the Monarchs to five Colonial Athletic Association Championships, six NCAA Tournament appearances, and two trips to the WNIT. Over an eight-year stretch in which the Old Dominion men’s basketball program achieved consecutive postseason play, the Monarchs averaged 25 wins and reached the NCAA Tournament four times. Also during this time, Old Dominion reached the NIT Final Four and won the first-ever CIT tournament. 

Under Corrigan's leadership 19 Old Dominion players were named All-Conference; two were Rookies of the Year, three players of the year, three defensive players of the year, and 10 to the CAA All-Defensive squad. Ten freshmen were named to the CAA All-Rookie team.

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Our most recent 1st round draft selections.

Jasmine Thomas - 12th player selected in the 2011 draft

Chelsea Gray - 11th player selected in 2014 draft

Tricia Liston - 12th player selected in the 2014 draft

Elizabeth Williams - 4th player selected in the 2015 draft

Lexie Brown- 9th Player selected in the 2018 draft

Becca Greenwell- 31st player selected in the 2018 draft