Mandi Stovall

Mandi Stovall

Player Profile

Director of Basketball Operations

2nd Year

University of New Mexico '05

Mandi Stovall, a former Lobo guard from 2001-05, is in her second year as the director of women's basketbal operations. She is the first person to hold this postion at UNM and was named director of basketball operations in July of 2006. Stovall's duties include team travel, film breakdown, film exchange, team community service and mailings.

Playing for Don Flanagan at UNM, Stovall was part of three MWC Championship teams and joined Lindsey Arndt as the first players to go to four consecutive NCAA Tournaments. She was a member of New Mexico's only team to advance to the Sweet Sixteen in 2003. Stovall is also the first player in UNM men's and women's basketball history to have over 1,000 points, 500 rebounds and 500 assists in a career. She is still the all-time leader in assists at New Mexico and ranks among the top-15 in a number of categories throughout the UNM record book.

A graduate of Canyon (Texas) High School, Stovall was a first team all-state, all-region and all-district selection her senior year. She was amed the MVP for the 3-4A District and was named to the TABC and the TGCA all-star teams. Stovall was also named to the Amarillo Globe News super team and a BCI All-American and won three consecutive National AAU championships.

The former Mandi Moore was married last summer to Cody Stovall on August 26, 2006.