Corey Christopher is entering his first year as Head Coach for the Iowa Lakes Women’s Basketball team and his 22nd year of coaching basketball.
Christopher has served as an assistant coach at Minnesota State University, Mankato and Iowa Lakes Community College. While at MSU, Christopher served under Head Coach Matt Margenthaler. In the 2010-11 campaign the Mavericks posted arguably their best season ever as they finished the season with a 28-5 record, the Northern Sun Conference championship, the NCAA Central Regional Championship, and advanced to the NCAA Division II Final Four. Following this, Christopher joined Troy Larson’s staff at Iowa Lakes where the Lakers posted the first regular season Iowa Community College Athletic Conference championship in school history. The Lakers went on to win the NJCAA Region XI championship earning a trip to the NJCAA Division II Men's Basketball National Tournament. Prior to this, Christopher coached high school basketball in Minnesota where he coached in 5 section tournament championships and the state tournament.
Christopher obtained a Master’s degree in Exercise and Sport Psychology from Minnesota State University, Mankato. He received his undergraduate degree from Southwest Minnesota State University in 1993 with a B.S. in Language Arts Education and Coaching.
Contact Coach Christopher at firstname.lastname@example.org or 712-362-7928
Sarah Carr enters her first season as the Women’s Basketball graduate assistant coach at Iowa Lakes Community College.
A New Orleans, La. native, Coach Carr was a four-year starter for Archbishop Chapelle High School and an All-District Player all four seasons. She was also named to the All-Area and All-State teams her senior year and was selected to the South All-Star Team.
Coach Carr played her collegiate career as a four-year starter in the NAIA at Belhaven University where she was team captain her final three seasons.
In her sophomore season, she was one of the nation's most prolific three-point shooters having knocked down 84 in the season en route to setting a new Belhaven single season record. Carr was ranked 11th in the NAIA for total three-point baskets and was tied for second in the Belhaven record books for career three pointers at 108 by the end of her sophomore season. As a sophomore she was honored at the conference level by being named to the SSAC All Divisional Honorable Mention Team.
As a junior, Coach Carr was named to the SSAC All Division Team. She broke the record for three pointers in a career halfway through her junior season. In addition, Coach Carr finished her junior year third on the team in assists and steals.
Coach Carr finished her senior year as a SSAC All Division Team recipient. She finished with 210 career triples, which was almost 80 more than any other player in Belhaven history.
Coach Carr earned her Bachelor’s degree from Belhaven University in History with a minor in Sports Administration and is currently pursuing her Master’s degree in Higher Education.