Head Women's Basketball Coach
23 years 406-179 (.694)
(Winningest basketball coach at Williams)
1998 ECAC-New England Champions
1999 NCAA Tournament Quarterfinals
1999 NESCAC Coach of the Year
1999 New England Women's Basketball Association Coach of the Year
1999 Women's Basketball Coaches Association Northeast Region
2013 D3Hoops.com Northeast Region Coach of the Year
Alexandra Dellas joins the Williams College staff following a
two-year academic graduate assistantship at Kent State University,
where she earned a degree in television broadcast with a focus on
In 2010, Dellas earned her Bachelor of Arts a degree in communication and a minor in management from Hiram College. She was a four-year member of the Terriers’ varsity basketball team, served as captain, received multiple leadership awards and tied for most games played in Hiram women’s basketball history.
Dellas was also secretary for the Hiram Student-Athlete Advisory
Committee, a member of Student Senate, won awards in the
entrepreneurship department and volunteered for various activities
in the athletic department.
Dellas is a native of Willoughby Hills, Ohio, located east of Cleveland, and attended Willoughby South High School. She is proud supporter of all Cleveland sports teams.
Assistant Athletic Administrator, Assistant Professor of Physical Education & Assistant Coach of Women's Basketball
Jen Chuks, in her second year at Williams as an NCCA Internship recipient, serving as an assistant women’s basketball coach and Athletic Administrator was named Assistant Athletic Administrator, Assistant Porfessor of Physical education and Assistant Women's Basketball Coach.
Chuks now serves as a liaison between Eph head coaches and the Admission Office creating a strategic plan for recruiting qualified student-athletes, implementing support programs for matriculating student-athletes, coordinating an athletic diversity commitee, as she continues working with women's basketball, as well as teaching physical education classes.
Further, Chuks will work with the Eph Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), the Ephventure program (first year student orientation) as well other duties as assigned by the Chair, Director of Athletics and Assistant Professor in Physical Education.
Chuks came to Williamstown from Merrimack College, where she spent the 2009-2010 academic year as an assistant coach for the women's basketball team as well as a compliance assistant in the athletics department.
Chuks served as a membership and marketing graduate assistant at the University of New Haven from 2007 to 2009 before heading to Merrimack. In the spring of 2009, she earned a Master’s in business administration with a concentration in the management of sport industries at New Haven.
From 2006 to 2007 Chuks was an intern with the Programming Department at ESPN, where she was responsible for organizing college basketball statistics and implementing programs to identify top high school athletes.
In her playing days, Chuks earned a full athletic scholarship to play basketball at the University of Hartford. In 2006, she earned her undergraduate degree from the Hartford in psychology.
In addition to being a member of the UNH Sport Management Club, the Student Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC), and Manute Bol’s Athletic Reading Club, Chuks had been the Women’s Program Director for Hoops for Hope in Lawrence, Massachusetts from 1998 to 2006.