Women's Basketball

Tarah Muntz
Position: Director of Operations
Alma Mater: Morehead State
Graduating Year: 2008
Experience: 1 Year
Tarah Muntz Biography
Courtesy: WSU Athletic Media Relations
Release: 08/01/2010
Tarah Muntz joined the Wright State women's basketball staff as director of operations in July, 2010.

Muntz, a former standout player at Morehead State, spent two seasons on Mike Bradbury's staff at MSU, serving as a graduate assistant. Muntz helped with all aspects of coaching, managed the team travel arrangements, budget and schedule and co-directed summer camps. She also worked closely with the recruiting coordinator in all aspects of recruiting.

A four-year player who became one of the most decorated players in school history, Muntz finished her career ranked second at MSU, and third in the Ohio Valley Conference, with 234 three-pointers. She ranks first in school history in three-point field goals averaged per game and played in 115 career games to rank third on the MSU career list.

As a senior in 2007-2008, Muntz led the Ohio Valley Conference with 95 treys, shattering the MSU single season record. That figure ranked second among all NCAA Division I players. For her efforts, she was selected for and participated in the State Farm College Women's Three-Point Championships in San Antonio during the men's Final Four Week. Muntz played a vital role on the 2006-2007 squad that set the then-school record for most conference wins in a season. In 2010, she was named to the Morehead State All-Decade Team.

Muntz, formerly Tarah Combs, graduated from Morehead State University in 2008 obtaining a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and in 2010 with a Master of Arts degree in Health, Physical Education, and Sport Sciences.