Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Bluefield, WV

College Sports

July 4, 2014

BC names women's hoops coach

BLUEFIELD, Va. — Corey Mullins has been announced as Bluefield College’s new head women’s basketball coach. Mullins brings 11 years of collegiate coaching experience to the BC women’s basketball program, most recently serving two seasons as an assistant coach at Presbyterian College. With PC recently transitioning to the NCAA Division I level, Mullins helped the program make great strides competitively, including a 19-12 record and a second-place finish in the Big South Conference in the 2012-13 season. This past year, the squad rebuilt after losing six seniors, but finished second in the country in scoring defense at 53.5 points per game. Prior to his move to PC, Mullins held head coaching positions at Covenant College (2010-12), Kentucky Christian University (2008-10) and Boyce College (2007-08) after serving as an assistant coach at Bryan College (2003-07).

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