Christina Foggie was named Vanderbilt women’s basketball’s Chief of Staff by head coach Shea Ralph on May 4, 2021, and is in her first season on staff with the program in 2021-22.
One of the most decorated women’s basketball players in Vanderbilt history, Foggie makes her return to Vanderbilt after spending portions of the last six seasons at St. Joseph’s in Philadelphia.
Most recently, Foggie has spent the last two years as director of special projects and special assistant for athletics director Jill Bodensteiner from 2019-21. She also worked with the St. Joe’s women’s basketball program from 2018-19 as the team’s director of operations after previously spending a season as the video coordinator in 2015-16 while earning her master’s degree in organizational development and leadership.
Foggie stands as Vanderbilt’s seventh-leading scorer with 1,743 points during her playing days working with current associate head coach Tom Garrick during his first stint on the Commodore bench. As a senior, she was named a WBCA All-American Honorable Mention after leading the SEC in scoring with 19 points per game and helped the Commodores to the NCAA Tournament for the 15th straight season.
Holding Vanderbilt’s all-time record for three-pointers (276), Foggie was selected 24th overall by the Minnesota Lynx in the 2014 WNBA Draft.
After her playing days, Foggie spent one season coaching the Philadelphia Belles AAU team and working in the private sector before joining St. Joseph’s.
Coach Ralph on Foggie: “Christina was a legendary student-athlete at Vanderbilt and we could not be happier to welcome her home. She has spent her years after graduation dedicated to collegiate athletics. Christina is so passionate about Vanderbilt and is ready to contribute to our program in every way possible. She is completely invested in the success of our student-athletes on and off the floor, and we are thrilled to have her on board.”