Click here to Skip to main content
Pittsburg State University - Women's Basketball Camps
Pittsburg State University - Women's Basketball Camps mobile

Amanda Davied's Women's Basketball Camps

Coaching Staff

Addy Roller
Assistant Women's Basketball Coach

Addy Roller enters her first year as the top assistant coach on the women's basketball staff at Pittsburg State University after being promoted to the position in June 2018.

Roller has served as a graduate assistant coach for Pitt State the previous two seasons and was entering her first year as the Gorillas’ second assistant coach. She helped Pitt State compile a 48-13 record the past two years including an MIAA regular season title and NCAA Division II National Tournament appearance during the 2016-17 campaign.

Roller, a native of Purdy, Mo., came to Pitt State from Drury University, where she was an integral part of the Lady Panthers' two NCAA Division II National Tournament appearances. Roller helped DU post a 52-9 record her final two seasons, including a run in the NCAA Sweet 16 her senior year.

Prior to Drury, Roller played two seasons at Division II member Wayne (Neb.) State College.

Roller earned a bachelor's degree in business administration from Drury in May 2016 and a master's degree in business administration from Pittsburg State in May 2018.


Kevin Obungu
Assistant Women's Basketball Coach

Kevin Obungu enters his first year as an assistant coach on the women's basketball staff at Pittsburg State University.

Obungu spent the past four seasons on the men’s side at Pittsburg State University as a volunteer assistant coach. During his time with the men’s program, he assisted the program in obtaining its first ever MIAA Conference Tournament Championship in 2015 with the largest margin of victory in tournament history and NCAA Division II National Tournament appearance during the 2014-2015 campaign.

Obungu, a native of Ann Arbor, Mi., earned a bachelor's degree in biology from Old Dominion University in August 2012 and a master's degree in health human performance and recreation, with an emphasis in wellness from Pittsburg State in May 2014.