Press release: Lindsey Wilson tapped for ENMU women’s basketball

Eastern New Mexico University athletic director Dr. Jeff Geiser has announced the addition of Lindsey Wilson to the athletic staff as the new head coach of the women’s basketball program. Wilson brings impressive credentials to the position, having served as the assistant

coach at NCAA Division I University of Texas-Arlington since the summer of 2006. Her father is the legendary Rick Wilson, winner of six state championships, at Weatherford High School, in Oklahoma.

“I am so excited about the opportunity to coach at Eastern New Mexico University,” said Wilson. “I want to thank (ENMU President) Dr. Gamble and Dr. Geiser for giving me this chance. I am looking to start winning in the Lone Star Conference and moving the program in a positive direction.”

Wilson succeeds Linden Weese, the coach of the Zia program since the 2006-07 season and becomes the seventh head coach in the program debuted for the 1974 season.

“Coach Wilson is a perfect fit for Eastern,” said Geiser. She played collegiately in the Lone Star, has coached and recruited in our geographic footprint at UTA. She is bright, articulate, extremely organized and brings with her a contagious enthusiasm for women’s basketball.”