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Alisha Mosley is in her second stint on the coaching staff at Loyola University. Mosley joined Joe Logan's staff prior to the 2005-2006 season, and the 2007-2008 season was her second since her return to the University.
Mosely's duties at Loyola include scouting, player development and serves as the recruiting coordinator.
Mosley's first tour at Loyola came as a member of the staff from 2001-2004. She left Loyola for the 2004-2005 season to be a member of the coaching staff at Georgetown University.
Since Mosley rejoined the program in 2007-2008, several members of the Loyola backcourt have gained Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference honors. Those members are Krystle Harrington (3rd Team), Jill Glessner (1st Team), Miriam McKenzie (1st Team), Erica DiClemente (2nd team) and Katie Sheahin (2nd team). Sheahin, DiClemente and Candice Walker also have earned MAAC All-Rookie honors.
Mosley was a standout basketball player at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, N.C., where she was the team's Most Valuable Player as a senior. That year, she also earned All-Atlantic Coast Conference Honorable Mention.
Mosley was named to the ACC's All-Rookie Team as a freshman, just a small barometer of where her playing career would end up.
She finished her four years among the leaders at Wake Forest in several statistical categories. At the time of her graduation, Mosley was third on the Demon Deacons' all-time list in 3-pointers made, eighth in free throw percentage and 10th in assists.
After completing her eligibility at Wake Forest, Mosley headed to Georgia where she played for Head Coach Jeff Williams and the Atlanta Justice of the National Women's Basketball League. She also worked for Fox Sports Net Atlanta in 2000-2001 as part of the ACC Futures Program.
Mosley has strong roots to the area, in addition to her time at Loyola as an assistant coach. She is a 1996 graduate of Mount Hebron High School in Ellicott City, Md. She was a record-setting student-athlete for the Vikings, leading the State of Maryland with a 28.4 points per game average as a senior. That mark set a school record and also helped her gain All-Maryland honors from USA Today.
She was also the Howard County Player of the Year and was twice named to The Baltimore Sun All-Metro Team.
"We are extremely excited to have Alisha at Loyola," Logan said. "She brings with her a wealth of experience having played in the ACC at Wake Forest and coached in the Big East at Georgetown. In addition, her Baltimore roots will be a great asset to us on the recruiting trail."
Mosley received a Master's degree in education from Loyola. She resides in the Greater Baltimore area.