Melanie Moore is in her fifth season at Michigan, joining the staff after a successful stint at Princeton. During her time at U-M, Moore has helped 13 players earn All-Big Ten honors. She coached Kate Thompson, who set a Michigan school record with 110 three-pointers in 2012-13, and Hallie Thome, who finished second nationally in field goal percentage (.631) in 2015-16. For her career, Moore has mentored five conference players of the year and 23 all-conference players. Moore scored over 2,000 points and grabbed over 1,000 rebounds during her playing career at Siena College. She also played professionally in Luxembourg and Israel.
Joy McCorvey is in her fifth season at Michigan after following head coach Kim Barnes Arico from St. John’s. McCorvey has coached 13 all-conference players at Michigan, led by Cyesha Goree who set the school record for rebounds in a season (367) and is the only player in school history with two 300+ rebound seasons. McCorvey was a four-year letterwinner for Barnes Arico at St. John’s and played professionally for a year in Germany. She graduated as the third-leading rebounder in St. John’s history and started 103 games during her career.
Megan Duffy is in her third season at Michigan after spending two years at George Washington. She previously worked with head coach Kim Barnes Arico at St. John’s. Duffy has helped Katelynn Flaherty during her two seasons at Michigan, as Flaherty completed the most prolific offensive season in school history as a sophomore with 774 points en route to All-Big Ten honors and All-America honorable mention from the WBCA . She has coached 12 all-conference players during her coaching career and has attended the Nike Villa 7 Consortium for the past three years. Duffy was a four-year letterwinner at Notre Dame, winning the Frances Pomeroy Naismith Award as a senior and earning Academic All-America honors. She played in the WNBA and overseas for three years following her collegiate career.