Sheila Roux
Sheila Roux

Position:
Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator

Alma Mater:
Minnesota-Crookston, 2000

03/04/2013

Redbird Coaches Shows at Pub II Tonight

For those not able to attend the show in person, it will be broadcast live on WJBC (1230 AM, 93.7 FM) and on GoRedbirds.com.

03/04/2013

Redbird Coaches Shows at Pub II Tonight

For those not able to attend the show in person, it will be broadcast live on WJBC (1230 AM, 93.7 FM) and on GoRedbirds.com.

03/22/2012

ISU Women's Basketball Announces Summer Camps

For more information on any of the Illinois State women's basketball camps, please call (309) 438-2567.

Sheila Roux joined the Illinois State coaching staff in May, 2010, as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator. In her first season with the Redbirds, she helped lead the team to a record-setting season. Roux has over a decade of collegiate basketball experience as a coach and player.

She played a crucial role in the Redbirds' success during the 2010-11 season, including the first undefeated Illinois State regular season at home in program history. Roux also helped coach the Redbirds to their third-straight semifinal appearance in the Women's National Invitation Tournament (WNIT). During the 2011-12 season, Roux coached the Valley Newcomer of the Year, Jamie Russell, and helped guide ISU to its 11th apperance in the Postseason WNIT with an at-large bid.

Roux spent four seasons as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at Wisconsin-Milwaukee (2006-10), mentoring five All-Horizon League selections and two-time Horizon League Player of the Year Traci Edwards.

Prior to her stint at Milwaukee, Roux spent a season as the interim head coach at her alma mater Minnesota-Crookston. A four-year letterwinner for the Eagles (1995- 2000), she was a volunteer assistant coach during the 2000-01 season. While a player at UMC, Roux was named the school's Female Athlete of the Year in 2000 and graduated as the school's all-time leader in three-pointers (record broken in 2008).

Roux spent two seasons as an assistant coach at UW-Parkside from 2003-05. In 2005, the Rangers set a school record with 20 wins and made the NCAA Tournament for the first time in program history. Roux was a graduate assistant at South Dakota State from 2001-03, the Jackrabbits posted an overall record of 60-11. A member of Division II at the time, the Jackrabbits reached the NCAA Tournament Semifinals in 2002. In 2003, SDSU won the Division II National Championship.

Roux earned undergraduate degrees in sports recreation and management, and information networking management from Crookston and has a master's degree in sports pedagogy with an emphasis in athletic administration from South Dakota State.