Christelle N'Garsanet
    Christelle  N'Garsanet

    Assistant Coach

    Alma Mater:
    Missouri, 2006

    Third Year (2015-16)


    Spots still available for 2015 SIU Women's Basketball Camps

    SIU completed the largest turnaround in school history in 2014-15 at plus-12 wins.


    Women's Basketball to hold tryouts on Sept. 10

    Deadline to register is September 5.


    SIU takes on Missouri State in opening round of MVC Tournament

    Looking to win first-round game for a second-straight year


    Salukis close regular season at Bradley on Saturday

    Winner to be No. 9 seed in MVC Tournament


    Southern Illinois Plays at Loyola on Thursday

    Start Closing Weekend of Regular Season


    Photo Gallery vs. Morehead State



    2015 SIU WBB Awards Banquet

    Photos from the 2015 SIU Women's Basketball Awards Banquet from April 12, 2015


    SIU WBB vs. Illinois State (Senior Day)

    Photos from Senior Day vs. Illinois State; March 7, 2015


    2014-15 Women's Basketball Team

    2014-15 SIU Women's Basketball Team


    Christelle N'Garsanet enters her third season as an assistant coach with Southern Illinois women's basketball.

    N'Garsanet followed SIU head coach Cindy Stein to Carbondale after serving as her assistant coach at Illinois Central College during the 2012-13 season. N'Garsanet was also an All-Conference player under Stein at Missouri before being selected in the 2006 WNBA Draft.

    N'Garsanet spent two seasons on the coaching staff at ICC, including a 2012-13 season during which the Cougars went 32-4 and finished third in the NJCAA Division II national tournament.

    Prior to her time at ICC, N'Garsanet spent two years working as an audit associate at KPMG in St. Louis following a two-year professional playing career. N'Garsanet played for the WNBA's New York Liberty during the 2006-07 season before spending one season playing in Poland. She also played for the Ivory Coast national team in 2000, 2001, 2009 and 2011.

    N'Garsanet played three seasons collegiately at Mizzou after transferring from ICC. She led the Tigers in rebounding and ranked second on the team in scoring during her junior and senior seasons, finishing with 870 points and 255 rebounds during her three years in Columbia, Mo. N'Garsanet was named Second-Team All-Big 12 during her senior season.

    N'Garsanet's lone season playing at ICC was a memorable one as she helped the Cougars to the 2003 NJCAA Division II national championship. That season also coincided with the final season of legendary coach Lorene Ramsey, who also coached Stein at ICC.

    A two-time Academic All-Big 12 selection, N'Garsanet has both a master's and bachelor's degree in accountancy from Mizzou.