Marissa Webb is in her first season as the assistant coach for the Lady Raiders.
Webb joins the Lady Raiders after spending the 2019-2020 season at Doane University (NAIA Division I) in Crete, NE. As an assistant coach, Webb oversaw Varsity and Junior Varsity team academics, recruiting, and travel for the team. She worked primarily with the varsity guards and was the head coach of the JV team. Webb recruited potential student-athletes and assisted with individual workouts / skill development for both programs.
Prior to her time at Doane University, Webb spent the 2018-2019 season at Southeastern Illinois College (NJCAA Division I). Webb helped the Lady Falcons go from a 14-win season the year before to a 23-win season that year. Webb coached a Junior College Division-I All American, a Region 24 Player of the Year, a Freshman Play of the Year, and two All-Region players while being with the Lady Falcons that season. As assistant coach, she was responsible for recruiting, strength & conditioning, and skill development.
Webb began her collegiate coaching career at Western Illinois University (NCAA Division I). Webb served as the team’s graduate assistant coach during the 2016-2017 and 2017-2018 seasons. She assisted the Leathernecks to an overall 48-17 record. In her first season, Western Illinois won the Summit League regular season and tournament championships and earned its first NCAA Division I Tournament berth in 22 years. The Leathernecks also broke a total of 15 individual and team program records in those two seasons and saw four players earn a combined 10 all-Summit League awards.
Webb, a native of Poplar Bluff, MO., played collegiately at William Woods University, in Fulton, MO., and helped lead the team to two NAIA Division I National Tournament appearances. Webb transferred to William Woods University from Three Rivers College. While being a former Lady Raider, she was part of the 2012-2013 and 2013-2014 teams that won back to back conference championships.
Webb graduated from Western Illinois University in 2018 with her master’s degree in Sports Management, William Woods University in 2016 with her bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science, and Three Rivers College in 2014 with her associate’s degree in Pre-Sports Medicine.