Lynne-Ann Kokoski
    Lynne-Ann Kokoski

    Coordinator of Women's Basketball Operations

    3rd Season

    Alma Mater:
    Bryant University '08


    Women's Basketball Staff #Chillin4Charity

    Susan Robinson Fruchtl and staff accept cold water challenge to support Kay Yow Cancer Fund.


    Women's Basketball Lends A Hand At Ronald McDonald House

    Five players from the squad and two staff members spent the afternoon assisting the organization with daily tasks.


    Men's and Women's Basketball Visit Kent Hospital

    Players and coaches visited the hospital June 20.


    Women's Basketball Continues Community Service Efforts

    Friars volunteer at 4th Annual Get Off Your Can 5K To End Hunger.

    Lynne-Ann Kokoski embarks on her third year as Coordinator of Women's Basketball Operations in 2014-15. Prior to her arrival at Providence she spent the previous three seasons as an assistant coach at Bryant University (2009-12).

    She has helped guide the Bulldogs to 37 victories during her three seasons on the Bryant coaching staff, while the Bulldogs continued their transition into NCAA Division I. Bryant made the jump from NCAA Division II status, where it competed in the Northeast 10 Conference.

    Prior to joining the basketball coaching staff, Kokoski served as the Director of Marketing and Promotions at Bryant, handling all aspects of athletics marketing including game-day promotions and ticket sales and was also responsible for generating and cultivating relationships with our corporate sponsors.

    Kokoski graduated magna cum laude from Bryant University in 2008. She was a four-year member of the women's basketball team from 2004-08. The heart of the Bulldogs, Kokoski was a solo captain her senior year, she led the team to a 20 win season, the NE-10 Conference Championship and the first round of the NCAA Tournament. Kokoski was also the recipient of the Omar Shareef Spirit Award.

    In the Bryant record books, the former point guard sits at No. 3 in all-time assists (385) and No.6 in steals (161). She has played 2811 total minutes for the Bulldogs (No. 5) and her 236 made free throws are sixth all-time. Kokoski also owns several single-season records. She is first in assists (213) and minutes played (1,150) and is No. 4 in steals (72).

    A Hatfield, Mass. native, Kokoski graduated with a degree in marketing and earned her masters degree in business administration from Bryant in 2010.