Quacy Timmons is in her third year as the assistant women’s basketball coach at Columbus State in the 2014-2015 season. Timmons brings nine years of Division I coaching experience to the Lady Cougars.
With the Lady Cougars, Timmons is in charge of developing post players while also serving as the recruiting coordinator.
In her first three seasons at CSU, Timmons has helped coach one All-American, two All-Region selections, six All-Peach Belt Conference players, one PBC Player of the Year and one PBC Defensive Player of the Year. In addition, the Lady Cougars won their first conference championship since 2001 during the 2013-2014 season.
During the 2014-15 season, Columbus State turned in its finest season in over a decade posting a 31-2 record and vaulting as high as No. 3 in the country. The Lady Cougars won the PBC regular season title and made it back-to-back conference tournament championships.
Timmons spent six seasons at Eastern Illinois University of the Ohio Valley Conference. During her time with the Panthers, EIU posted 116 victories which included winning 84 games from 2007-2011, the most by any Eastern Illinois basketball team in a four-year period since the school transitioned into a Division I institution.
In 2009-2010, Eastern Illinois won its first OVC regular season title in program history with a 23-11 record and a 16-2 mark in OVC play.
During her stint at EIU, she coached 16 All-OVC players including three Freshman of the Year award winners and two Defensive Player of the Year honorees.
Prior to Eastern Illinois, Timmons coached a year at Austin Peay and two years at her alma mater, Indiana, from 2003-2005.
Timmons played for the Hoosiers from 1994-1998 while earning two All-Big 10 honors. She still holds the school record for block shots in a career (269) and, at the time of her departure, was among the leaders in points, field goal percentage, free throws and rebounds.
She became the first player in Indiana history to be selected in the WNBA Draft when the Sacramento Monarchs selected her in 1998. From 1998-2002, Timmons played for three WNBA franchises while also playing oversees.
Timmons earned her bachelor's degree in Kinesiology from Indiana in 1998.
The Benton Harbor, MI native is married to Desmond Timmons, a former CSU men's basketball player. The couple has three children – T.J., Taryn and Taylor.