DiscoverChampionship Vision Basketball PodcastEpisode 186: Coach Lindsay Woolley (Head Women's Basketball Coach Montana Western University) Dillon, Montana (NAIA 2019 Nat. Champions)
Episode 186: Coach Lindsay Woolley (Head Women's Basketball Coach Montana Western University) Dillon, Montana (NAIA 2019 Nat. Champions)

Episode 186: Coach Lindsay Woolley (Head Women's Basketball Coach Montana Western University) Dillon, Montana (NAIA 2019 Nat. Champions)

Update: 2020-07-17
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Lindsay Woolley became the head coach of Montana Western's women's basketball team in 2012.
This past season Woolley led the Bulldogs to the programs first NAIA Div I National championship. The title capped off a banner 2018-19 season for the Bulldogs, who finished with a 30-4 record and the Frontier Conference regular season crown. Woolley was named Frontier Conference Coach of the Year for the second time and NAIA National Coach of the Year. Senior Bri King became the program's and the conference's first NAIA and WBCA National Player of the Year.
During Woolley's tenure with the Bulldogs he has returned the program to national prominence after a ten year absence from postseason play as his teams have made three-straight NAIA appearances Woolley has compiled a 135-88 career record and has coached six players who have become first, second, or honorable mention All-Americans, two conference players of the years, several all-conference selections, 18 Daktronics Scholar-Athletes, and numerous academic all-conference selections
Coach Woolley spent the first eight years of his college coaching career at Miles Community College (Miles City, Mont.) coaching men’s and women’s basketball. During his four year run as the head coach of the MCC women’s basketball program, Woolley led his team to an overall record of 87-37 with a runner-up Mon-Dak Conference finish his first year followed by back-to-back Mon-Dak Conference Championships
A Missoula, Mont. native, Woolley played high school basketball at Big Sky High School and was a member of the 1997 AA boy’s state championship team. After graduating from high school in 1998, Woolley attended Montana Tech playing both basketball and golf there before transferring to the University of Montana where he earned a bachelors degree in mathematics in 2004.
Woolley earned a masters degree in human performance and physical education from Adams State University (2012).
Woolley is married to Megan Bundy of Miles City, Mont. and the couple are parents to five-year old son, Avery.
Lindsay.Woolley@umwestern.edu
@CoachWoolleyUMW

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Episode 186: Coach Lindsay Woolley (Head Women's Basketball Coach Montana Western University) Dillon, Montana (NAIA 2019 Nat. Champions)

Episode 186: Coach Lindsay Woolley (Head Women's Basketball Coach Montana Western University) Dillon, Montana (NAIA 2019 Nat. Champions)

Kevin Furtado