SHEBOYGAN — After a decade of dormancy UW-Sheboygan is looking to bring back the women’s basketball program to the two-year campus.
It is a big undertaking to provide more athletic opportunities at UW-Sheboygan. “We needed to find an experienced women’s basketball coach who is more than willing to roll up her sleeves and bring the energy, passion, and enthusiasm needed to begin building a junior college women’s program back up after a decade of dormancy,” said Bill Greenwood, the head coach for the men’s basketball team.
“Crystal Crowns fits that profile and I think she is going to have a lot of success,” said Greenwood. Before coming to UW-Sheboygan, Crowns was the JV head coach and interim varsity head coach for the girls’ basketball team at Sheboygan Falls High School. She has also served at various levels with the Sheboygan South basketball program and has coached several youth teams in Sheboygan County.
“She is a Sheboygan native, has plenty of connections, and is going to put her heart into it,” said Greenwood. “We’re lucky to have her and I’m excited to see what we can do together for the men and women at our university.”
If you want to be part of the team, contact Crowns or Penny Maletzke at 920-459-5959 for more information.