Former Virginia assistant coach La’Keshia Frett Meredith is joining coach Terri Williams-Flournoy’s staff at Auburn as an assistant coach, the school announced on Tuesday.
“I am so excited to have Keshia join our Auburn family,” Williams-Flournoy said. “She brings an abundant amount of experience from both the SEC and the WNBA, which will help develop our players to compete to the level of being excellent. The fact that she is from my hometown only makes it better!”
Frett Meredith, a native of Hampton, spent the past six seasons as an assistant coach at UVa, where she worked primarily with the Cavaliers’ post players.
“I am beyond excited to be a part of Coach Flo’s staff and the Auburn women’s basketball program,” Frett Meredith said. “Coach Flo and her staff have done a great job of establishing a competitive program and creating an environment where student-athletes can achieve their goals on and off the court. Auburn is a special place and I am blessed to have this opportunity.”
Frett Meredith was a three-time All-American at Phoebus High School. Frett Meredith still the holds the Virginia High School League records for the most career points by either a male or female high school player (3,290). She also held state records for most career rebounds (1,556), highest scoring average in a season (32.9) and was ranked as high as second in career steals (452), second in career blocked shots (336) and second in career scoring average (28.1).