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Coaching Staff


Brit Kent

Assistant Coach

Coming fresh off a two-year graduate assistantship at UW-Platteville, Brit Kent returns to her alma mater as the primary assistant for the women's basketball program. During her time at Loras, Kent was an All-Conference selection and appeared in 106 games, averaging 7.4 points per game and was a 39.5 percent shooter from the floor. Following her playing career, Kent was a volunteer assistant for Justin Heinzen during the 2013–14 season in which Loras won the IIAC Regular Season Championship and Tournament Championship and advanced to the NCAA Tournament. In addition to her duties as assistant women's basketball coach, Kent will also serve as the head women's golf coach.


Carrie Kennedy

Assistant Coach

Carrie Kennedy begins her fifth season with the Duhawks as an assistant coach.

Kennedy graduated from Wahlert High School in 1994 where she played basketball, volleyball, softball, & track & field. A native of Dubuque and a Loras College graduate ('98), Kennedy is excited to be a part of the program again.

"Choosing Loras is one of the best decisions I have ever made. It is a wonderful community that I am proud to be a part of."

As a player, Kennedy was a two-time first team Iowa Conference selection. She led the league in scoring her senior year, is a member of Loras' 1,000 point club and currently sits 6th all-time in both scoring and rebounding at Loras. After graduating in 1998, she joined the staff as a graduate assistant. She coached the Duhawks until 2001 while earning her Master's of Arts degree.

Kennedy is married to another Loras college graduate, Jim ('97). They have three children.