Ido Singer will enter his second season as the Head Women's Basketball Coach after being hired in the summer of 2016. Singer brought the team to a 12-14 record which is the highest total wins for the women's basketball program.
Singer played professional basketball from 1996 until 2002 for the Maccabi Tel-Aviv in Israel. Before playing professionally, Singer started at Grossmont College in San Diego, California, where he earned his associate degree in marketing before finishing his career at Capella University in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in general psychology.
In 2009, Singer became the head coach of Heschel High School in New York, where in 2012 he brought the team to their first postseason appearance in 10 years. In 2011, while coaching in New York, Singer started his own training company where he trains athletes with their skill development, footwork, agility, and balance. In 2013, Singer moved to Massachusetts to serve as the women’s basketball assistant coach at Nichols College in Dudley. Along with coaching at Nichols, he became the boys’ program director and girls’ and boys’ basketball coach for the MT Elite AAU program.
In 2014, after a year at the Division III level, Singer moved up to Division I with the River Hawks of the University of Massachusetts-Lowell, where he was the director of operations. Singer was responsible for the daily program operations including his involvment with practices, the coordination of team travel, meals, and recruiting.
Singer has brought his innovative basketball mind and approach to skill development through footwork to the Fisher program. Recently, he had the opportunity to represent Fisher College at the 2017 WBCA Convention in Dallas, Texas where he presented in an on-court demonstration on the subject Rapid Footwork Development.
Singer resides in Oxford, Massachusetts with wife Jaime and twin daughters Juliet and Maya.