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Annette Watts

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Sport(s)  Basketball
Title  Head women's coach

Name  Annette Watts
Role  Basketball Coach
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Team  Greeneville (TN) High School
1978-81  East Tennessee State University
1985-92  Greenville (TN) HS (asst.)
1992-97  R.W.Johnson CHS (Gainesville, GA)
Education  East Tennessee State University

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Annette Watts, née Culbertson (born February 5, 1959), is an American high school basketball coach and the current [[]]head coach at Greeneville High School. She was formerly a college basketball coach and the former women's head coach at Jacksonville State University in Jacksonville, Alabama. The JSU Gamecocks are members of the Ohio Valley Conference and compete in the NCAA's Division I.

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Biography

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The daughter of George and Geraldine Culberson, Watts is a native of Greene County, Tennessee and a 1977 graduate of West Greene High School. Attending East Tennessee State University on a basketball scholarship, she helped ETSU to a 54-54 record in her four years of playing guard for the Lady Bucs. She graduated from ETSU in 1981 with a Bachelor of Science degree, then continued in graduate school there, earning her master's degree in Secondary Math Education in 1985. She married Mike Watts, a professional race car driver.

Coaching career

After graduating from ETSU, Watts began her coaching career at Greeneville (Tenn.) High school where she earned local Coach of the Year honors, taught for eight years, and directed the Lady Devils YMCA Basketball Camp for seven years. Relocating to Gainesville, Georgia, she taught and coached at Robert Wood Johnson Comprehensive High School, compiling a 125-51 in five seasons, being named local Coach of the Year three times, and also serving as director of the Lady Knight Basketball Camp from 1990 through 1995. Moving into the college coaching ranks for the first time, Watts spent 1997-99 as an assistant to Hall of Fame coach Kay Yow at North Carolina State University. Watts then spent two seasons as head coach at Jackson County Comprehensive High School in Jefferson, Georgia, where she guided the Lady Panthers to the 2001 state quarterfinals and compiled an overall record of 38-20 and once more was named the local Coach of the Year. In 2001, Watts was named the head coach at Davidson College, where she became the winningest coach in that program's history. Her Davidson teams were 144-121 overall, 102-68 in the Southern Conference, and Watts was named the 2005 SoCon Coach of the Year. After nine seasons, Watts resigned at Davidson and, on May 20, 2010, was named the head coach at Jacksonville State University. On June 4, 2013 it was announced that Annette Watts has been named Head Girls Basketball Coach at Greeneville High School.

References

Annette Watts Wikipedia


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