Angel Elderkin enters her second year with the Lady Vols, her first as a video coordinator. She will handle all aspects of film and video for the team as well as some administrative duties.
Prior to coming to Rocky Top, Elderkin spent four years as an assistant coach at Siena. Before that she spent two seasons at East Tennessee State, where she served as a special assistant to the head coach.
Elderkin was a four-year letter-winning guard for the University of Southern Maine women's basketball team. She led the Huskies to three conference championships and an astounding 104-15 overall record. In 1998, the Huskies were the national runner-up. She helped lead her team to the Division III NCAA Tournament during each of her four years. Elderkin also played on the softball team from 1996-1998.
She was a two-time recipient of the William B. Wise Scholar-Athlete Award and in 1997 was named to the All-Little East Honor Roll. Most recently, her 1997-98 Husky basketball team was inducted into the New England Hall of Fame (September 2004).
Elderkin earned her bachelor's degree in sociology from Southern Maine in 1999 with a minor in education. She received her master of arts in physical education and exercise science from East Tennessee State in 2001.