Angelo Hill is in his first season as director of operations for the UTSA women' basketball program. He is in charge of team travel, film exchange, community service outings and the squad's student managers.
Hill brings more than 20 years of coaching experience to the Alamo City.
The Casper, Wyo., native was the head coach of New Zealand's 18U national team last season and was a teacher in charge of basketball instruction at Opunake High School for the past four years.
While overseas, Hill also was an assistant coach for the men's 17U national team in 2011 and the head coach for the Taranaki Mountain Airs professional men's team from 2009-10.
Prior to that, he spent five seasons from 2003-08 as the head women's coach at Casper (Wyo.) College. Hill compiled a 101-56 record with the Thunderbirds, which was an average 20 wins per year.
He led Casper to three consecutive Wyoming Community College Athletic Conference (WCCAC) Championships from 2004-07 and was named 2007 Region IX and WCCAC Coach of the Year after leading the squad to a Region IX title and a No. 12 national ranking.
Hill also served as an assistant at Casper from 1990-92 in between coaching stints in New Zealand.
Before getting into the coaching ranks, he played four seasons (1976-78, '79-81) at Washington State under head coach George Raveling.
As a junior, Hill helped the Cougars to a 22-6 record and an NCAA Tournament appearance, which was the school's first since 1941.
He averaged 12.1 points and 6.2 rebounds per game as a senior in addition to shooting 51.8 percent from the field and 71.3 percent from the free-throw line.
Hill graduated from Washington State in 1981 with bachelor's degrees in liberal arts and humanities and physical education.
He and his wife, Michelle, have two sons, Corban and Nico.