Cheryl McNair

Interim Head Women's Basketball Coach
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Cheryl McNair, Interim Head Women's Basketball Coach


B.A., St. Andrews College


A mainstay on head coach DeeDee Jarman's coaching staff, Cheryl McNair begins her 16th season as Assistant Women's Basketball Coach at Methodist.  With her consistency in this position, McNair provides an abundant amount of knowledge of the game along with enthusiasm and stability.  Her presence has become a large part of the program's success over the past decade.

As an assistant, McNair is involved in every aspect of the women's basketball program.  Her primary duties are implementing the offensive attack, breaking down opponents' film, creating the scouting report and on-court coaching.  She is at the front line in the recruitment of guards and recently developed a new Lady Monarch website to enhance the recruitment of quality student-athletes.  McNair also manages the Lady Monarch Formula, an incentive program for game performance.

Prior to arriving at Methodist in 1997, McNair coached two Brentwood Booster Club Association youth basketball teams for the Cumberland County Parks and Recreation Department.

A native of Fayetteville, N.C., McNair is a 1994 graduate of St. Andrews College in Laurinburg, N.C. with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Allied Health and she was also selected to the Dean's List.  McNair lettered four seasons as a guard for the Knights.  McNair currently works as a physical therapist technician at Cape Fear Therapy Services.


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