Latricia Trammell to join Cowgirl Basketball broadcast team
STILLWATER, Oklahoma – WNBA coaching veteran Latricia Trammell will join the Cowgirl Basketball program this season as an analyst for radio and television shows, it was announced today.
âI am extremely happy to join the Oklahoma State broadcast team. I am truly honored and blessed to work with such incredibly talented people who want to continue to develop our game,â said Trammell.
Trammell recently completed her third season as an assistant coach with the WNBA Los Angeles Sparks. Under her tutelage, the Sparks finished third in the WNBA in defensive standings in 2020 and 2021. She helped coach Candace Parker to Defensive Player of the Year and Brittney Sykes to Second All-Defensive Team in 2020 In addition, Sykes was named a first-team selection last season.
In its first season with the Sparks, the team finished third in the defensive standings and Nneka Ogwumike was named as an all-defensive pick.
Trammell previously served as an assistant coach for the WNBA San Antonio Stars, head coach at the University of Oklahoma City, Georgia State assistant coach and head coach at Western State University in Colorado. She led the Oklahoma City team to the back-to-back NAIA Division I Women’s National Championships that earned her the title of National Coach of the Year in those two years.
She has also served on the WBCA National Convention Advisory Board and Voting Committee for USA Today / ESPN D-II Top 25. Trammell holds an overall high school and college coaching record in her 27 years as a coach. ‘absence.
A native of Seminole, Oklahoma, Trammell played collegially at Seminole State College and East Central University.