Megan Bamford joins former teammate Keenyn Won after being announced as an assistant coach in July 2017.
Bamford, a member of UO’s NCATA national championship team in 2011 and 2012, returns to Eugene after four years as a head coach at King University. Bamford took over as head coach during KU’s inaugural season in 2014 leading the Tornados to their first ever meet victory shortly after taking the helm.
During her tenure, she posted a 9-23 record leading KU to three NCATA tournament appearances. In 2017 she led two groups to KU’s first ever NCATA individual event finals in pyramid heats one and three.
A native of Laguna Hills, Calif., Bamford graduated from UO with a degree in psychology before joining Shorter University as a graduate assistant coach from 2012-13.