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Molly Jones, who spent 17 seasons as the head coach for the Hanover women’s basketball team, is currently an associate athletic director.
Jones, who spent 28 seasons a collegiate head coach, retired in 2015 as the winningest female coach in school history with a career record of 405-296, including a 271-175 mark at Hanover.
During her time as the head coach of her alma mater, where she graduated from in 1986, Jones led the Panthers to three Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference championships, all resulting in NCAA Division III national tournament appearances.
Under her guidance, the Panthers won 20 or more games in four consecutive seasons (2009-2013), including a school-record 25 victories in 2010-11. She coached Hanover athletes to more than 20 all-conference selections, while also garnering two HCAC most valuable players awards.
Currently, Jones holds a bevy of roles at Hanover, including associate athletic director, chair of the Health and Fitness Department, wellness director and Horner Center coordinator.
Prior to her time at Hanover, Jones spent 11 seasons as the head coach for the Marian (Ind.) women’s basketball team, where the Knights accumulated a 134-121 record.
B.A., Hanover College, 1986
M.S., Indiana University – Bloomington