Head Women's Basketball Coach
Kellee Robertson is entering her second year as Head Women's Basketball Coach. Kellee played high school basketball at Proviso West in Hillside, IL. In college, Kellee played a year of basketball and softball at Triton College and at College of Du Page,
where she led the league in steals and assists. Kellee finished her basketball career at Concordia University where she
graduated with a B.A. in Communications.
After a year of working in corporate America, Kellee returned to Proviso West as an assistant coach and teacher. In 2004, Kellee received her M.A.T. in teaching from National University. In 2007, she was named the varsity coach at Proviso West and led the Panthers to four conference championships, one regional title and over 6 seasons with 20+ victories. She established a traveling basketball program and 100% of her athletes go on to attend college in some capacity and many return to volunteer with the program.
As the Triton Women’s Basketball head coach, Ms. Robertson hopes to improve the spirit of females in sports at the school and encourage a new attitude of excellence among its student athletes.
Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach
Joshua Jackson is entering his second year as the Triton College women's basketball assistant coach.
Prior to Triton, Jackson spent some time at O.P.R.F, and one year at Moberly Area Community College in Moberly, MO as an assistant women’s basketball coach. At Moberly Area Community College, Jackson was involved in every aspect of video production that pertained to the women’s basketball program. These productions included video format file conversions, film exchange, uploading and downloading film, editing/coding film, and managing video software for scouting purposes.
Prior to coaching at Moberly Area Community College, Jackson coached at Rogers State University in Claremore, OK as an assistant women’s basketball coach for one year. During that time Jackson was completely involved with the daily operation of the
women’s basketball program. This included recruiting, player development, scouting, game preparation, and monitoring academic progress for the student-athletes.
In the 2012-2013 season, Jackson helped Rogers State University collect the most wins (24) in school history. Rogers State started the season ranked 8th in the “NAIA Division I Women’s Basketball Coaches Top 25” poll. Jackson helped RSU finish the season ranked 12th in the nation while also making an appearance in the NAIA National Tournament and Sweet 16 berth.
Sports Information Director/Special Assistant Coach
The 2016-17 season will be McKinney's 21st season associated with Triton College Athletics. His experience and knowledge of the
Region IV has been a tremendous asset to the women's basketball program.
McKinney will continue the program behind the scenes in many capacities. He is the team statistician and responsible for providing the Region IV weekly reports. McKinney also works on scheduling games, scouting opponents and recruiting. In addition, he helps monitor the academic progress of the team.
Last season, McKinney helped coach the team on an interim basis during the spring semester of 2015, leading the Lady Trojans to their best N4C placing since 2007. In addition, Triton moved up the Region IV rankings to earn a home playoff game. McKinney continued to watch over the program during the transitional period leading up to Kellee Robertson's hiring as head coach in July.
A Triton graduate, McKinney worked for many years as Sports Director at WRRG 88.9FM, Triton College Radio, broadcasting a wide variety of Triton and local high school sporting events. Since 2008, McKinney has served as Triton's Sports Information Director along with working other events for the marketing department to positively promote the college.
From 2000-04, McKinney was an assistant coach for the Triton men's team under former head coach Curt Connor.
In 2011, McKinney earned the distinguished honor of being inducted into the Region IV Hall of Fame as a Contributor, Friend of Sport.
McKinney, resides in Bellwood and was a graduate of Proviso West High School in Hillside. After he earned his associates degree at Triton, earned his Bachelor's in Broadcast Journalism at Columbia College Chicago in 2001.
Head Coach, Women's Basketball
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