Jordan Sweeney is in his second full season as the UM-Dearborn women's basketball head coach after a successful first season with the Wolverines.
Sweeney led the team to a record of 7-23 in 2016-17, picking up four wins in the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference. The Wolverines picked up impressive wins over Concordia University and Cornerstone University, finishing with the most wins for the program since 2012-13. Jeorgia Jones was named ot the WHAC All-Freshman Team, while two members of the team were selected as NAIA Scholar Athletes. UM-Dearborn was named an NAIA Scholar Team and finished with the highest GPA in the Athletics Department for 2016-17.
Sweeney also serves as the Intramural Coordinator at UM-Dearborn, organizing the university's intramural athletic offerings. The native of Cedarville, Mich., was the first junior varsity coach for the Wolverine men's team in 2015-16, while serving as an assistant coach for the varsity men's program prior to taking over the women's squad.
Before joining UM-Dearborn, Sweeney was an assistant coach for the Ferris State University men's basketball program from 2013 to 2015.
Graduated from Central Michigan University in 2013 with a degree physical education.
Sweeney played college basketball at Alpena Community College, starting one year and being named a team captain. He played his high school basketball at Cedarville High School, where he was a member of the school's 2007 state championship team.
Jordan has been married to his wife Miranda for seven years.
Brooke Bowers is in her second year as an assistant coach with the Wolverine women's basketball team after a successful playing career at Wayne State University in Detroit.
Bowers comes to UM-Dearborn with five years of coaching experience at the high school level. She has held head coaching positions for the Clintondale High School, Troy High School and Gabriel Richard Catholic High school.
In her playing career for WSU, Bowers was named to the GLIAC South Division All-Conference Second Team and the All-Defensive Team as a senior. She holds the school record for most made 3-pointers in a game with nine and in a career with 195.
Bowers, a native of Lima, Ohio, graduated from Wayne State University with a Master's degree in sports administration in 2017.
Rod Wells is in his second season as the recruiting coordinator for the Wolverine women's basketball team and brings more than two decades of experience coaching in the region to UM-Dearborn.
Wells, a native of Ypsilanti, Mich., is currently the head girls basketball coach at Arbor Preparatory School, which he guided to the MHSAA Class C state championship in 2016. Since 2012, Wells has recorded a 113-17 record as the head coach for Arbor Prep. He has also coached the Michigan Sting to numerous AAU state titles.