For Immediate Release: August 14, 2008
Contact: David O'Brian (
Phone: 607-777-6478

Bet Naumovski hired as assistant women's basketball coach

VESTAL, N.Y.-- The Binghamton women's basketball team has announced the hiring of Bet Naumovski as an assistant coach. She arrives from Ontario, where she spent over a decade coaching at both the college and club levels.

From 2005-07, Naumovski was the head coach of the Toronto-Five O AAU team. She led her squad to the Ontario Cup quarterfinals in 2006 and 2007. The previous two summers, she was the head coach for the Ontario Under-17 team.

At the college level, Naumovski was an assistant coach with the University of Toronto from 1999-03. In 2000, that program was nationally ranked among the Top 10 in the Canadian Interuniversity Sports system. Before arriving at the University of Toronto, Naumovski was an assistant coach at the University of Geulph.

Since 2006, Namovski has been the Program Director for the Mississauga Minor Basketball Association. It is the largest basketball club in Ontario, offering leagues, camps, tournaments and competitive teams for over 2000 members.

“Bet” was a perfect fit all the way around," first-year head coach Nicole Scholl said. "She has a wide range of experience as both an assistant and head coach and understands what it means to be part of a team. She will be a huge asset when it comes to player development and will take a major part on the defensive side of the court. Bet will also be instrumental in recruiting throughout Canada and Ohio."

A 1998 graduate of York University (located in Canada), Namovski earned her bachelor’s degree in 1998. Three years later, she earned her master’s degree, also at York University.

With Naumovski on board, Scholl has completed her coaching staff, which also includes fourth year assistant Bernitha Johnson (who was elevated to recruiting coordinator in June) and first-year assistant Denique Graves.


Binghamton University--Bet Naumovski named assistant women's basketball coach.

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