For Immediate Release


November 14, 2007


Michael Enos Joins Rhode Island College
Women’s Basketball as an Assistant Coach


Providence, RI—Rhode Island College has named Michael Enos as an assistant women’s basketball coach. Enos will assist Head Coach Spencer Manning with all facets of the program, including recruiting, scouting, game coaching and administering practices.


“I am extremely excited about this opportunity and the upcoming season,” said Enos. “I am looking forward to working with the coaching staff and this great group of players.”




Prior to joining the Anchorwomen, Enos was the Director of Basketball Operations for the women’s basketball program at Division I Brown University. Enos was responsible for assisting in the execution of practices, analyzing the statistical effectiveness of lineups, developing scouting reports for the opposition, while also handling the ordering of all equipment and apparel. In his first season with the Bears, Brown University earned a share of the 2006 Ivy League Championship, sporting an overall record of 18-10 and a 12-2 mark in the conference circuit. It was the first conference championship for the program since the 1993-94 squad also captured the crown.  


Enos’ coaching experience includes three years as an AAU coach in the Coventry area and seven years in the Coventry Basketball Association. He has been an active member of the Coventry Basketball Association since 1997, serving as an administrator, coach and referee. 


In addition to his duties with Rhode Island College, Enos is the Director of Human Resources Systems at Brown University. He resides in Coventry with his daughters Nicole (18) and Jaimee (16). Nicole just completed her rookie season as a setter on the Rhode Island College women’s volleyball team.