Robert Dallimore Named Associate Head Coach of UALR Women Basketball Program

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    "I am very delighted to get a coach with his background and experience," said Foley. "Being from our conference and having experience in Louisiana, he should help in recruiting areas for us. He should be a great fit into our program."

    At UALR, Dallimore will be responsible for recruiting, on-floor coaching, scouting reports, scheduling, and helping with post position players.

    "I have always admired Coach Foley's teams commitment to playing the game the right way, particularly their effort, toughness, and basketball I.Q.," said Dallimore. "In addition, I look forward to having the opportunity to work with such an outstanding staff of coaches and dedicated young women."

    At ULM, Dallimore was responsible for breaking down game film, scouting opponents, scheduling, and camps, while also acting as recruiting coordinator. He also worked with the post position players. Last season, he assisted the Warhawks to the Sun Belt Conference Tournament quarterfinals.

    Prior to his stint at ULM, Dallimore spent nine seasons as head coach of the girls basketball program at Christian Life Academy in Baton Rouge, La. At CLA, he led the Crusaders to seven district championships, four final four appearances, and back-to-back state championships in 2003 and 2004. Dallimore also spent seven seasons as the head coach of the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) Baton Rouge Lady Tigers.

    During his tenure as a head coach, Dallimore has helped more than 50 young women move on to play collegiate basketball. In addition, two of his former players, Jami Montagnino and Quiana Chaney, are playing professionally.

    Prior to Christian Life Academy, Dallimore spent three seasons as boys basketball head coach at Redeemer-Seton High School in New Orleans where he led the Rams to the state final four and two district titles.

    Dallimore earned his undergraduate degree in general studies from Louisiana State University in 1987 and a Juris Doctorate from the Mississippi College School of Law in 1993. He is married to the former Sharon Tregle. The couple has a son, Caleb, and a daughter, Jordan.

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