Contact for Information:

816.604.4324 - Lady's Team Office

816.604.4135 - Athletic main office

816.604.4121 - AD/Men's Team office

Fax 816.759.4154

Lady Basketball Coaches 2016-2017

Betty Lennox, B. A. - Head Coach

     Betty grew up in the small town of Grant, OK. Daughter of Bernice Jefferies and A. B. Lennox, and was raised by her mother primarily. She was the eighth of nine children and the youngest daughter in the family. She learned to play basketball with her four older brothers and one younger, who did not cut her any slack because she was a girl. She would learn to not be intimated by others while playing with her brothers as a child. She also developed her work ethic from growing up on a farm with her family.

Betty spent three years attending Fort Osage High Schoolin Independence, Missouri, under the coaching of Dale Williams. Betty then went to college and graduated from Louisiana Tech on a basketball scholarship, where she was coached by the great coach Leon Barmore. Betty won many awards while attending Louisiana Tech, but the biggest award came when she was drafted into the WNBA in 2000.

Betty Lennox was selected by the Minnesota Lynx as the sixth overall pick in the 2000 WNBA Draft and later became the WNBA's Rookie of the Year in 2000. She was also the first Rookie to ever play in the 2000 WNBA All-Star Game that same year. She also made the All-WNBA 2nd Team in 2000 as well. Betty would go on to win a championship with the Seattle Storm in 2004 and become the league’s MVP for the championship series.

Betty started the Lennox Foundation 22 in 2005 to support children that were victims of neglect and abuse. The organization’s mission is to give these children better experiences and the chance to succeed with support, education, and love. They learn self-motivation through playing basketball. She was presented with the WNBA’s Community Assist Award in June 2006 for her charitable work.

Betty played 12 years of professional basketball in the WNBA and overseas before coming back home to train all kids at every level and become head coach at Van Horn High School. Now, Betty passes her talents onto the youth and basketball players of tomorrow.

Bryonna Snow- Volunteer Assistant Coach-     Her  Picture is Coming

Certifications:

Bachelor's degree in Sports Administration
Bryonna is the daughter of Percy and Trya Snow. Percy was an All-American Linebacker at Michigan State and first-round choice draft choice by the Kansas City Chiefs in 1990. Tyra ran track at Michigan State. Eric Snow her uncle was a standout guard at Michigan State and played 13 seasons in the NBA. Bryonna was born in Dayton, Ohio but a move to Blue Springs, MO. She attend Blue Springs High School and became an outstanding athlete. She committed to the University of Cincinnati and finished her collegiate playing at Missouri State University. She received her B.S. and continued playing as a professional      basketball player overseas. She played in a variety of countries; Spain, Turkey, Morocco, Egypt and Sulaymaniyah. Bryonna now wants to share her knowledge of the game to help[ young players reach their fullest potential on and off the court.

Larry Bosch- Assistant Coach-  Picture is coming

Larry was born in Butler, MO. He graduated from Butler High School home of the Bears. Coach Bosch has for 15 years. He start out volunteering with local  youth programs in both football and basketball. In 2010, he moved to the AAU Division by coaching national level basketball with boys and girls from 10U to high school in Shawnee Mission, Kansas. Coach Bosch too his teams to the most competitive tournaments in the country and placing in the top areas for all of his age groups. Coach Larry Bosch is in his second season with the Lady Scouts and is honored to be coaching along side Head Coach Betty Lennox. 

 

 

 

 

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