|Title||Asst. Women's Basketball Coach|
Julie Flanders is in her second season at Howard.
A former four-year letterwinner at George Mason, Flanders had 10 double-digit rebound games as a senior while posting five double-doubles. She was invited to the Washington Mystics training camp in 2007 and was the first female to play in the all-male ABA league in 2003, playing for the U.S. Virgin Islands' Team on the Move.
Flanders has played professionally in Jamaica and Finland, and for Spain's Vidrogal Alurnisan team of the Federal International Basketball Association (FIBA). In 2006 and 2007, Flanders won a silver medal as a member of the Aanekosken Huima team in Aenekoski, Finland.
She has gained a wealth of experience working with various high schools and leagues. In 2005, Flanders was the assistant women's varsity coach at Hayfield High School (Alexandria, Va.). She also had stints as a camp counselor/coach at the George Mason camp and is an alumnus of the Women's Basketball Coaches Association's (WBCA) "So You Wanna Be a Coach" Program. In 2007-08, former standouts Shannon Carlisle, Asha Santee, Terease Thornton and Reyna Gross were all selected for the prestigious program.
Flanders received her bachelor's degree from George Mason in 2005.