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Womenโ€™s Basketball Adds Jenny Huth To Coaching Staff

Womenโ€™s Basketball Adds Jenny Huth To Coaching Staff



Jenny comes to Cal with over 15 years experience in recruiting and coaching women’s basketball at the Division I level.


Huth Joins As Assistant Coach, Recruiting Coordinator

BERKELEY โ€“ The California women’s basketball program has hired Jenny Huth as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator, head coach Charmin Smith announced Thursday. Huth comes to the Golden Bears with over 15 years of coaching women’s basketball at the Division I level.
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“Jenny brings a strong background in recruiting and will be crucial in expanding our footprint into the East Coast as we prepare for the transition into the ACC,” Smith said. “She has shown an ability to build strong relationships with student-athletes that has allowed her to demand nothing but the best out of the players she has coached and help them reach their full potential. She has excellent player development skills and I’m thrilled that she is joining our circle.”
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Huth comes to Cal after having recently served as an associate coach of player development at Kentucky. With the Wildcats, she focused on developing the guard position and oversaw the development of several players who experienced significant improvements under her guidance including Saniah Tyler, who went from 0.7 points per game in 2022-23 to 10.1 points per game this past season, and Maddie Scherr, who went from 3.7 points per game in 2022-23 to 13.6 points per game in 2023-24.
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Prior to Kentucky, Huth was an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at Oregon State from 2021-23 when she coached four All-Pac-12 players including 2022-23 Pac-12 Freshman and Sixth Woman of the Year Raegan Beers. She also aided in the recruitment of Donovyn Hunter, ranked #82 in the country by ESPN Hoop Gurlz in the 2023 class, and Kennedie Shuler, ranked as the #115 player in the nation by Collegiate Girls Basketball Report.
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From 2018-21, Huth served as the head coach at the University of Northern Colorado where she led the Bears to a second-place finish in the Big Sky Conference in 2018-19 and coached seven All-Big Sky players including 2021 unanimous conference MVP Alisha Davis. During her tenure, the program saw a 100% graduation rate and fielded 17 All-Big Sky scholar-athletes.
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Before taking the helm at Northern Colorado, Huth was an assistant coach at UCLA from…

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