Bronx native Billy Singleton enters his second season as the Lead Assistant Coach with the men's basketball program under head coach Jason Crafton. He is heavily involved with the program serving as a lead recruiter and player development coach. In his first year with the program the Warriors were the most competitive they've been in recent years. Nyack led the CACC in steals (8.1) and also finished 3rd in offensive rebounds (13.7) while also placing 2 seniors abroad to play professionally.
Prior to joining the Warrior staff, Coach Singleton worked with the NBA International Program assisting with clinics abroad. His college coaching experience includes stints at Iona College (Video Coordinator - 2012-2014) and St John's University (Director of Operations - 2007-2010) respectively. He was also the director of the heralded New York Guachos AAU program from 2010-2012.
"Coach Singleton is a seasoned veteran with great recruiting ties. He is also a superb on-the-court teacher of the game and will be heavily involved with developing Nyack forwards. I am excited to have him as our Lead Asistant. This is a tremendous addition to our program" - Coach Crafton
Rynae Michelle Rasley begins her first year as Graduate Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach for the Nyack Warriors 2013-14 season.
Rasley comes to Nyack College after spending two seasons as assistant coach at The City College of New York under head coach Jackee Meadow. Rasley worked with guard and post development, the strength & conditioning program, game preparation, scheduling, recruitment, and opponent scouting.
Rasley began her college basketball career playing for head coach Cassandra Yancy at Chandler-Gilbert Community College in Arizona. Rasley led CGCC to back-to-back regional 1, division II championships as the Coyotes ranked 7th and 13th, respectively, in the nation throughout her Junior college career.
Rasley transferred to City College in 2008 and served as captain for both 2008-09 and 2009-10 seasons under head coach Kevin Clifford. Rasley received the coach's award both seasons after averaging 10 points and six assists per game. Rasley was also a member of the outdoor track & field teams and was named a CUNYAC all-star in 2011 before graduating Magma Cum Laude.
Rasley is working towards receiving her Masters Degree in Organizational Leadership from Nyack College.