Former Hornet Ashley Cadotte enters her second year as an assistant coach with the Sacramento State women's basketball program in 2013-14. Cadotte played on the Sacramento State women’s basketball team from 2004-06.
Cadotte works with the Hornet post players, serves as the team’s academic coordinator, and is a primary recruiter.
Cadotte helped mentor arguably the top-two post players in the
conference in seniors Kylie Kuhns and Megan Kritscher. Kuhns broke
the school and Big Sky career rebounding records during her senior
season while also leading the team in scoring en route to an
All-Big Sky first team selection while Kritscher shattered the Big
Sky single season blocks record and ranked fourth in the NCAA in
blocks per game for the season.
A native of Oregon City, Ore., Cadotte played at Clackamas JC before joining the Hornets for the 2004-05 season. The 6-foot forward averaged 6.5 points and led the team with 6.6 rebounds while starting 27 of 28 total games in her junior season. As a senior, Cadotte averaged 8.4 points and a team-high seven rebounds per game while starting all 26 games during the 2005-06 season.
After her collegiate career, Cadotte worked as an assistant coach at Clackamas CC (Oregon City, Ore.) for the 2010-11 season and at Chemeketa CC (Salem, Ore.) in 2011-12. She also attended Willamette University (Salem, Ore.) Law School and worked as a clerk for the Clackamas County District Attorney’s Office.
She continued her playing career after graduation as well as a member of the Portland Energy, a summer pro-am team featuring WNBA, NCAA and high school players.