|Previous College:||Plymouth State, '09|
|Bachelor's Degree:||Business Administration|
|Graduate School:||Southern New Hampshire, '12|
|Master's Degree:||Sports Management|
Annie Alosa brings five years of coaching experience to Carnegie Mellon University, where she joins the women's basketball program as an assistant coach for her first season in 2013-14.
The New Hampshire native has spent the previous five years coaching, most recently serving as the head coach of Salem High School since August 2011, where she was named the 2013 Eagle Tribune Coach of the Year. Alosa’s collegiate coaching experience was also in the Northeast, as she assisted at Division II Adelphi University and Division II UMass-Lowell, working on game and practice management, recruiting, fundraising, community service, academic advising and film exchange. At Adelphi, Alosa helped recruit the Rhode Island Gatorade Player of the Year to the program.
A 2009 graduate of Plymouth State University, Alosa competed on the women’s basketball team for two seasons after transferring from Division II Georgian Court University. While at Plymouth State, Alosa was named to the Athletic Director Honor Roll and the Little East All-Academic Team, graduating Summa Cum Laude with a degree in business administration. Alosa continued her education at Southern New Hampshire University, obtaining her M.S. in sports management in 2012.
"I have been blessed to work with many talented assistant coaches throughout my career and I am thrilled that Annie is joining our program,” head coach Jacquie Hullah said. “Her passion for coaching, her experience in teaching and recruiting, and her infectious personality will all make an immediate and long-lasting impact on Carnegie Mellon Women's Basketball."