Missouri Southern Women's Basketball Camps
Associate Head Coach
Ronda Hubbard is in her 12th year on the staff at Missouri Southern and serves in the position of Associate Head Coach.
During her 11 years with the Lions, she has helped the team to a 158-122 record, including winning marks in each of those seasons and eight straight trips to the MIAA Postseason Tournament.
In 2000-01, Hubbard helped the University of Texas-Pan American post its most wins in a season since becoming an NCAA Division I institution in 1985, and the second most victories in school history.
Prior to her stint at Texas-Pan American, she served on current Lions head coach Maryann Mitts’ staff as an assistant at Rockhurst University from 1996-2000. There, she helped the Lady Hawks post a 68-45 record and advance to the 1997-98 Sweet 16.
Hubbard was also an assistant coach at Southwest Baptist University from 1994-96, helping guide the team to a 39-19 record. She also served as head girls basketball coach at Springfield Catholic High School from 1991-94, where she posted a 76-16 record and won back-to-back Missouri Class 2 state championships. She continues to hold the Missouri State High School Activities Association's (MSHSAA) record of being the youngest coach to accomplish such a feat.
She earned an Educational Specialist degree from the University of Missouri - Kansas City, as well as a master’s of science degree in education from Southwest Baptist in 1995. Hubbard earned a bachelor of science in physical education/health, secondary education from Missouri State University in 1991, where she played basketball from 1986-89. Hubbard’s educational background is indicative of some of the highest in her field.
In addition to her basketball coaching duties, Hubbard is an instructor in the Missouri Southern Kinesiology department.
“It is a honor to work with coach Mitts,” Hubbard said. “Anyone that has been around her knows the amount of passion she brings to the game and how she teaches her team lessons not just on the court, but also how to win in the ‘game of life’.”
“Ronda Hubbard is an amazing on-court technician of the game of basketball,” says head coach Maryann Mitts. “Her analytical preparation of our opponents is excellent. We are very privileged to have someone of her expertise at Missouri Southern as part of our women’s basketball staff.”
Jaime Green is in her first season as an assistant coach with Missouri Southern. Green comes to Southern after serving two years as head coach at Newman University, where she led the Jets to back-to-back regular season conference titles.
In her two years at Newman, Green transformed the Jets into a contender at both the conference and national levels. Newman posted a 42-14 record under Green, won back-to-back Heartland Conference regular season titles, and made the program's first-ever appearance in the NCAA Div. II National tournament.
Green led Newman to a 23-6 mark in 2011-12 and a berth in the Division II South Central Regional Tournament. The Jets won the Heartland Conference Tournament and Green earned HLC Coach of the Year honors. She guided Satoria Bell to a Conference and Regional Player of the Year pick, as well as first-team All-America honors. Three Jets earned All-Heartland Conference honors.
Prior to Newman, Green was the head coach at Labette Community College where she posted a 81-21 record in her three seasons and led the Cardinals to a third place finish at the NJCAA Tournament. Under Green, the Cardinals were nationally-ranked for two seasons, and finished first in the Jayhawk Conference twice. Green also produced 17 NCAA Div. 1 and 2 signees, five All-Region VI Selections, five Junior College Academic All-Americans, two Jayhawk Conference Players of the Year, nine All-Conference selections, two Jayhawk Conference MVP's, and four Region VI All-Tournament Team selections. Green's Cardinals posted an overall GPA of 3.0, and boasted a 100 percent graduation rate during each of her first two seasons.
To honor her efforts, Green was named the 2008-09 Jayhawk East Coach of the Year in 2008 and 2009, and was named NJCAA District F Coach of the Year in 2010.
Prior to Labette, Green spent four seasons coaching at the high school level in Missouri. She started her coaching career at Monett High School, where she led the Cubs to its best record in years. After a brief stint at Monett, she moved to Miller High School, where it took her just one season for the Cardinals to set the school record for the most wins.
Green played her collegiate basketball at Missouri Southern under current head coach Maryann Mitts, lettering for the Lions from 2001-2003. While at MSSU, Green was a member of the MIAA Commissioner's Academic Honor Roll, and was awarded the Spencer Bartlett Respect Award and the Glenn Dolence Leadership/Service Award. Green was also named the 2003 Missouri Southern State University Homecoming Queen. Green obtained her B.S.E. in physical education from MSSU in May 2004, and completed her Master's degree in Secondary Education Administration at William Woods University in December, 2008.