Colin Smith rejoins the Wilmington women's basketball staff after a two-yea hiatus and begins his 10th overall year as an assistant coach of the women’s basketball team at Wilmington University, starting with the 2007-08 season.
Smith joined the Wilmington University community after playing for the men’s basketball and soccer teams at Lincoln College in Lincoln, Illinois.
A native of St. John’s, Antigua, in the West Indies, Smith brings a vast knowledge of the game of basketball to the Lady Wildcat’s program. While in Antigua, Smith was a five year team captain on the U23 Antigua Basketball team, leading the team in rebounds, steals, assist and charges taken in each tournament played across the United States and the Caribbean.
After the 2002 season, Smith moved from the U23 team to the Senior Antigua Basketball team and helped lead the team to the Inter-Island Championship and qualifying for the CARICOM Games in 2004. He was also voted the best defensive player in the Antigua Amateur Basketball League in 2003.
Smith graduated from Wilmington University in the spring of 2009 with a bachelor’s degree in Business Management, also minoring in Finance. He then went on to earn his master’s degree in Management Information Systems in 2011 at Wilmington.
Smith resides in Newark, Del., with his son Caiden and daughters Audrianna and Aleksandra.