|Position:||Volunteer Assistant Coach|
|Alma Mater:||Ithaca College|
Updated March 2013
Andrea Woodbury joins the Dartmouth women's basketball staff as a volunteer assistant coach for the 2012-13 season.
In her first season with the Big Green, Woodbury helped Bgi Green players Abbey Schmitt and Lakin Roland to a combined five Ivy League Rookie of the Week honors, while Nicola Zimmer earned All-Ivy Leauge honorable mention accolades.
The Big Green faced a tough slate in 2012-13 and picked up non-conference wins over Bryant and UMass before openning the Ivy League slate with a 4-1 record with wins of Harvard, Yale, Brown and Columbia.
Woodbury brings a wealth of collegiate experience to the Dartmouth staff and spent the last 23 years on staff at Siena with former head coach Gina Castelli. Woodbury spent the last eight years serving as associate head coach.
During her time with the Saints, Woodbury helped the team to seven 20-win seasons compiling more than 300 wins. Under Woodbury's guidance, the Saints won seven MAAC regular-season titles
Before heading to Loudonville, N.Y., Woodbury served as an assistant coach for two seasons at New Hampshire College, what is now known as Southern New Hampshire. She guided the 1989-90 squad to the New England Collegiate Conference championship and an NCAA Regional appearance.
Before her two-year stint at New Hampshire College, Woodbury served as head women's basketball coach and assistant athletic director for intramurals at Northern Essex Community College in Haverhill, Mass. from 1984-88. During her term at Northern Essex, the team compiled a 72-40 record, including a 22-6 mark during the 1985-86 season.
In the 1985-86 campaign, Northern Essex was the Massachusetts Community College Athletic Conference and Greater Boston Small College Conference champion. The team culminated the season by winning the Greater Boston Small College Tournament championship. Woodbury's squad went on to play in the NJCAA Tournament.
Woodbury is a 1978 graduate of Ithaca College where she was a varsity letterwinner in basketball, field hockey and softball.