Stephanie Rovetti finished first year as the Director of Operations for head coach Cindy Fisher. Stephanie is in charge of day-to-day operations for USD's women's basketball program.
Rovetti comes to USD after spending this past year as the Graduate Assistant for Student-Athlete Services at Fresno State University, where she helped Assistant Athletics Director for SAS on day-to-day operations, including but not limited to APR, GSR, Mountain West Conference, and Chancellor reporting. She also was a one-year member of the Fresno State women's basketball team where she helped advance her team to the second round of the WNIT.
Prior to her time at Fresno State, she was a four-year member of the Brigham Young University women's basketball team, where she helped lead her team to two NCAA Tournament appearances, and two WNIT appearances. She was a member of the team that was nationally ranked in 2012 and 2014, while also serving as a valuable member of the NCAA Sweet 16 squad from 2014.
Her coaching experience extends to the youth level as well. She served as head coach and trainer for 5th-8th grade girls, and 5th-6th grade boys of the Basketball Development Academy. She has also worked as the project manager for the Down Syndrome Network of Northern Nevada, and was an intern for Family TIES of Nevada.
She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Public Health from BYU, and completed her master's degree in Public Administration from Fresno State in May of 2016.
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