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Christian Stefanopoulos joins the Bucknell women's basketball coaching staff ahead of the 2012-13 season following a two-year stint as an assistant at Morehead State during which time the Eagles posted a record of better than .500 overall and in the Ohio Valley Conference. The 2010-12 seasons were her second run with Morehead State as she also served on the staff during the 2006-07 campaign when she helped the squad to a then-school record 13 OVC victories.
In between turns at Morehead State, Stefanopoulos spent three years as an assistant at the University of Kentucky (2007-10) where her duties included serving as the Wildcats' video coordinator.
Stefanopoulos' playing career took her to Austin Peay and Thomas More College in her home state of Kentucky. In 2002-03 and 2003-04, she helped Austin Peay to a pair of OVC Championships. She later led Thomas More to a PAC co-championship title. Stefanopoulos, who was also a 2002 McDonald's All-America nominee at Boone County High School, earned her bachelor's degree in exercise science from Thomas More in 2006.
"Christian came very highly recommended from some of the biggest names in our game," said head coach Aaron Roussell. "She is a go-getter and is going to be a huge asset to our recruiting efforts over the next few years."