Wayman Strickland Camps
Who is Wayman Strickland?
Wayman Strickland was named the sixth women's basketball head coach for Cal State Stanislaus on July 27, 2012 and began his post on Aug. 1.
In 2013-14, he led the Warriors to one of the best turn-around seasons in program history, going from 2-25 to 13-13 and just missing out on the CCAA tournament.
The women's basketball program has reached the CCAA Championship tournament in each of the last two seasons. In February of 2017, the Warriors posted their first postseason victory since 1990 and advanced to the CCAA semifinals.
“Throughout the search (process) one thing that stood out was Wayman's character and ability to motivate young people in a positive manner,” added Matoso. ”He has close ties to the Central Valley and is very excited about recruiting local talent to play at Cal State Stanislaus. I am very confident that he will build a very successful program here.”
Strickland spent nine years as a professional player in Europe and Asia. His accolades include being named the top point guard in the Asian Basketball Championships three times (1996-98). He was the most valuable player of the 1997 Asian Basketball Championships.
Strickland was a four-year starter at the University of San Diego from 1988 to 1992, when he amassed 1,040 career points. Currently, he still holds the third spot in the USD record book with 408 assists.
As a prep player, Strickland was a standout at San Francisco's Archbishop Riordan High School, where he was the 1988 San Francisco Bay Area player of the year.
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