Among the changes, longtime assistant Jourdan Willard is stepping down to pursue other opportunities.
On July 1, 2015, Alle Moreno was named assistant coach for the San José State women’s basketball program.
Entering her fourth year as a full-time staff member, she served as a graduate manager for the 2014-15 season, Moreno’s on-court responsibilities include offense and guard development. Off the court she is the recruiting coordinator for the 2019 class, works on opponent scouting as well as academic advising.
Moreno came to San José State after earning a degree in criminal justice from Sacramento State in 2014. As a four-year member of the Hornets women’s basketball team, she enjoyed one of the most accomplished careers in the program’s history. Moreno completed her eligibility ranked seventh on Sacramento State’s career scoring list with 1,280 points.
In addition, she finished her playing career in the top-10 of six other statistical categories including holding the program’s career marks for steals (223), 3-pointers (238) and 3-point attempts (808). Three of her seasons (2011-13) she played for Spartans’ head coach Jamie Craighead.
A two-time All-Big Sky performer and a member of the 2013 Big Sky All-Tournament Team, Moreno excelled in the classroom as well where she was a four-time Academic All-Big Sky honoree.
The 2010 graduate of Saint Mary’s High School in Stockton, Calif., she was a member of that year’s high school national championship team as well as state championship squads in 2009 and 2010. In November of 2016, she was inducted into the Stockton Athletic Hall of Fame.
Moreno an MBA from San José State in 2016.