Coaching Staff

Head Coach/Athletic Director

John Rennie2013-2014 was not only the inaugural season for women’s basketball at BPCC, but also Coach John Rennie’s first season as a head women’s basketball coach at the intercollegiate level. After finishing 19-13 for the 2014-2015 season, Coach Rennie and the BPCC women’s basketball players have high hopes for a successful third year of the program during the 2015-2016 season.

Coach Rennie has lead the Lady Cavaliers to a 28-31 record through two seasons as a college coach after coaching most of the previous 20 years as an AAU coach in the Shreveport-Bossier area. His former players include many who advanced to play collegiately as well as two at the WNBA level. As a player, Coach Rennie helped lead his high school team to three state championships while earning All-State, All-District and All-City honors.

Coach Rennie is also the founder of HoopKids Basketball – an enrichment program that teaches basic basketball skills to preschoolers while further developing their gross motor skills. Operating this program has allowed him the privilege to watch hundreds of preschool children grow and develop basic coordination skills while learning about the great game of basketball.

Thoughts for the 2015-2016 season:
“We had a strong second season losing a close game in the semifinals of the conference tournament. With our third season, we hope to keep improving and finish even higher in a very strong conference. The group of ladies we have for this season bring a lot of enthusiasm and hard work. We're looking forward to another strong season for lady Cavalier basketball in 2015-2016.”

Coach Rennie resides in Benton, LA with his beautiful wife, Melissa and his step-children, Caden (12) and Claire (9) Cox.

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Assistant Coach

Alice Robinson is in her second year as an assistant coach at Bossier Parish Community College. A Bossier City native, Robinson returns home after spending two seasons as a student assistant coach at Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas.

Robinson played in 63 games over two seasons for the Cardinals from 2012-14, scoring 264 points and grabbing 356 rebounds. She helped lead the Cardinals to the postseason in both years at Lamar, advancing to the second round of the WBI in 2013 and qualifying for the WNIT in 2014.

As a senior, she averaged 3.8 points and 5.2 rebounds per game. Had career highs of 13 points and 13 rebounds against Our Lady of the Lake. Tied her career high with 13 points in a Southland Conference Tournament semifinal game versus Northwestern State. She was named to the Southland Conference Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll.

Prior to Lamar, Robinson played two seasons for Trinity Valley Community College. She helped lead the TVCC Cardinals to the NJCAA National Title and an undefeated 36-0 record as a sophomore. Robinson averaged 5.4 points and 7.9 points per game as a sophomore at Trinity Valley.

Played for Aaron Megee at Parkway High School, where she earned honorable mention all-state honors as a senior year. Parkway retired her uniform number in 2015. She also competed in track and field in high school, finishing fifth in the state in the shot put as a senior.

Robinson holds an associate’s degree from Trinity Valley, a bachelor’s in general studies as well as a master’s degree in criminal justice from Lamar.