Audrey Timmerman is in her second year as an assistant coach at Belmont Abbey College.
Timmerman, a former guard at Conference Carolinas member Erskine College, spent the 2012-2013 season as an assistant coach at the University of South Carolina Aiken where she helped lead a team to the NCAA tournament and a 24-8 record. She was a part of a staff that developed the preseason All American pick Kayla Harris as well as Honorable Mention All American Daniela Taralio. Prior to her involvement at USC Aiken, she led the Midland Valley High School varsity and junior varsity Lady Mustangs. At Midland Valley, Timmerman led the Mustangs to their first playoff game since 1987.
Timmerman closed her career in the top five for all-time scoring in Fleet history with 1,634 points. She is the Fleet’s and the Conference Carolinas leader in career three-point baskets and ranked ninth in Division II all-time with 351 made. She has the record for most three-point baskets in one season (104) and is ranked 11th in Division II in three-point baskets made per game with 3.25.
Timmerman was the Most Valuable Player of the 2008-2009 season and was chosen to be First-Team All-Conference her junior year and Second-Team All-Conference her senior year. Timmerman compiled an average of 15.1 points per game (1,634 total), 3.6 rebounds per game (394 total) and a 74.8 free throw percentage in addition to 222 assists and 178 steals in her career.
A 2010 graduate of Erskine College in Due West, S.C., where she received a Bachelor’s of Arts in the area of Sports Management. She was a member of the basketball team from 2006-2010.
Timmerman currently resides in Belmont, NC.