Alex Dellas '10 was named the Terrier women's basketball coach in September of 2017.
In her first season as head coach she led Hiram to an overall 11-15 season, helping the Terriers make their 11th appearance in the NCAC Championship tournament.
After graduating from Hiram in 2010, Dellas earned her Master's Degree from Kent State University and has spent the last five seasons in the coaching ranks.
Most recently, Dellas served for two seasons as the assistant coach at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio.
Dellas helped the Spartans to 13 victories in 2016-17 and oversaw the development of five All-University Athletic Association honorees. In addition she coached First-Team All-Conference and Third-Team All-Region forward Kara Hageman.
Prior to her time with the Spartans, Dellas made her first coaching stop at Williams College, helping the Ephs to 67 wins in three seasons.
During her time on the Williams' staff, Dellas helped coach the team to three NCAA tournament appearances, including a berth in the Final Four, where the team posted a third-place finish, nationally.
Getting the most out of her players, Dellas mentored two All-Americans while at Williams, while also coaching the NESCAC Player of the Year.
A second-generation Terrier, Dellas, whose father also attended Hiram, appeared in 101 career games. A four-year letterwinner, she appeared in at least 24 games in every season, totaling over 500 points throughout her career.