Stacey Lobdell begins her fifth season as women's basketball coach at Ohio Wesleyan University.
During the 2014/15 season, Lobdell was named coach of the year in the NCAC, leading her team to a 18-9 record. The battling bishops finished second with a 12-4 conference record and concluded the regular season with a 65-64 win over defending national champion DePauw, ending the Tigers' 58-game winning streak and handing them their first-ever NCAC setback.
Prior to taking over the head coaching position, she served as an assistant women's basketball coach at Ohio Wesleyan for 4 seasons, helping the Bishops compile a record of 46-16 in NCAC play during that span, including a 14-2 mark in 2009-10 and earning a NCAA tournament appearance.
Lobdell came to Ohio Wesleyan after 7 successful years as head girls coach at Delaware Hayes High School. Her Pacer teams won 3 conference championships, 7 sectional titles and reached the district semifinals 7 times. Ungashick Lobdell was a 3-time selection as Ohio Capital Conference Coach of the Year.
Lobdell also has head coaching experience at (Bristol) Tennessee High School, where she named Northeast Tennessee coach of the year and Big Ten conference coach of the year twice.
A graduate of Florida Southern College, where she earned 4 time Sunshine State all conference honors and MVP 3 times. She was inducted into the Class of 2007 Florida Southern College Athletic Hall of Fame. Lobdell, a graduate of hometown Delaware Hayes High School where she is in the Athletic Hall of Fame.