Alumna Jennifer Judge Hired as Assistant Coach

Cal Poly Pomona Broncos

POMONA, Calif. – Cal Poly Pomona women’s basketball head coach Danelle Bishop announced today the hiring of Jennifer Judge as the program’s newest assistant coach entering the 2018-19 season.”JJ is a phenomenal person and a wonderful addition to our staff,” Bishop said. “She was a great student-athlete for us and helped our team go very far at the NCAA Tournament. She was a great leader during her playing career and most recently as an assistant at Holy Names College. She is a fierce competitor and knows our system and knows how to win. Most importantly, JJ really enjoys building relationships with the players and helping them grow both on and off the court. We are thrilled to have JJ back at CPP!”The Broncos’ alumna spent the past two seasons as a graduate assistant for the Holy Names women’s basketball team, which competes in the NCAA Division II PacWest Conference. Judge competed for CPP from 2010 through 2014, earning a degree in kinesiology. She helped lead the Broncos to two conference titles, one CCAA Tournament title, a pair of West Region titles, and a Final Four appearance.Judge graduated with president and dean’s list honors while also collecting All-CCAA First Team and CCAA All-Academic recognition. With 149 three-pointers made as a Bronco, Judge ranks at No. 3 in the program’s all-time record book for that statistic. During her time as a Bronco, she totaled 953 points, 405 rebounds and 74 steals. After graduating from CPP, Judge competed in Germany where she played professionally for the Velbert Baskets during the 2015-16 season. While in Germany, she also coached the women’s second team for Velbert and led them to a first-place conference finish that allowed them to advance in divisions entering the 2016-2017 campaign.
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