STAFFORD — Former Southern Regional Girls Basketball player Allison Spaschak was recently named Assistant Women's Basketball Coach at Randolph Macon College in Virginia. 

Allison graduated from Southern Regional High School in 2014. She was a three-year starter for the Lady Rams. 

Randolph-Macon recently posted information about Allison's hiring.

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"I am so excited to be joining the Randolph-Macon College women's basketball program," Spaschak said. "Thank you to Coach Burke and Athletic Director Jeff Burns for entrusting me to help continue the success of the reigning ODAC champions! The success of the entire athletic department here at R-MC speaks for itself and I can't wait to get on campus and join the Yellow Jacket tradition of excellence!"

For the past two seasons, Allison was an assistant coach at The College of Brockport in Brockport, NY. She was responsible for backcourt play, including individual and small group workout planning and in-game substitutions.

Spaschak completed and presented most of the scouting reports, assisted with recruiting, oversaw team marketing and branding, and created a social media calendar.

"I am thrilled to have Allison joining our Yellow Jacket staff," Burke said. "She stood out immediately in the interview process because of her natural presence and energy. She is a natural leader and motivator - our program is lucky to have her!"

Spaschak also served as an adjunct professor at Brockport for a three-credit course on Advanced Basketball.

Allison earned a Master of Education in Athletic Administration from Brockport after receiving a Bachelor of Science degree in Sport Media from Ithaca College in May of 2018 with a double minor in Sport Psychology and Coaching.

A four-year member of the Ithaca women's basketball team, Spaschak helped the Bombers reach the second round of the NCAA Tournament three times. The Bombers were Empire 8 Champions in 2017. Spaschak was a three-year member of Ithaca's Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC).

During her senior year, Spaschak was a student assistant in the Athletic Communications Office at Ithaca. She assisted with social media, statistics, and video for home athletic events