Former Vanderbilt women’s basketball standout Marqu’es Webb returned to West End in 2019 after playing professionally overseas for two seasons. Webb is in her first season as an assistant coach in 2020-21 after serving as the program’s director of player development last season.
Webb, who will work primarily with Vanderbilt’s post players, assisted with student-athlete development programs as well as community service initiatives and special events in her role in 2019-20.
“Marqu’es is one of the best leaders I’ve been around. She loves the game, is hungry to learn and is great at building relationships. She’s ready for this step and I am so excited to see her on the floor with our team.”
– Vanderbilt Head Coach Stephanie White on hiring Coach Webb
As a student-athlete for the Commodores, Webb played in 119 games with 80 starts. She netted 875 points and 703 rebounds in her career. The Montgomery, Alabama, native was also elected the SEC’s Women’s Basketball Leadership Council chair.
Webb graduated from Vanderbilt in 2017 with a degree in sociology.
The Coach Webb File
• Assistant Coach, Vanderbilt (2020-present)
• Director of Player Development, Vanderbilt (2019-20)