Alma Mater: Pfeiffer '01
Office Phone: (704) 637-4226
Terrence Baxter was elevated to Head Coach of the Catawba Women's Basketball Program prior to the 2018-19 season. He had joined the staff in 2013 as an assistant and was promoted to Associate Head Coach in 2015. Baxter came to Catawba after serving as an assistant at Queens University.
A 2001 graduate of Pfeiffer University, Baxter earned a major in sports management and a minor in business. He played basketball at Pfeiffer from 1996-2001, where he was a two-time all CVAC and All-Region performer. Baxter led the Falcons to two CVAC regular season championships and to the NCAA Sweet 16. He was also named to Dick Vitale's top ten D-II players in 2000-2001 according to Street & Smith Magazine. He was inducted into the Pfeiffer Hall of Fame in 2017.
Baxter returned to Pfeiffer in 2006 as an assistant with the men's basketball team. He also served as Head Coach of Pfeiffer's junior varsity program. Baxter left Pfeiffer to join the women’s basketball staff at Brevard College. Baxter served as Brevard’s top assistant for three years and assisted in all phases of the women program. Baxter then spent two seasons as the recruiting coordinator and assistant at Queen’s University before coming to Catawba.
Baxter currently resides in Charlotte, NC, with his wife, Consuela. They have four children; Jairez Baxter, Muhammad Alami, J'Bria Colson and Rainn Daisy Baxter.
Alma Mater: Pfeiffer
Office Phone: (704) 637-4226
Terence McCutcheon joined the Catawba College Women’s Basketball staff as an Assistant Coach prior to the 2018-19 season. He comes to Catawba after serving has the Head Boys Basketball Coach at Morgan City High School in Morgan City, Louisiana.
During his tenure at Morgan City, McCutcheon helped lead the team to a district championship with a record of 25-7. He was also named District 7-4A’s Coach of the Year while coaching four of his athletes to all-district honors.
Prior to coaching at Morgan City High School, McCutcheon has coached both boys and girls on the high school and collegiate levels. His most recent college experience was as an Assistant Men’s Basketball coach at Newberry College in 2014-2015.
In the fall of 2012, McCutcheon had the opportunity to start an athletic program at J.S. Clark Leadership Academy in Opelousas, Louisiana. For two years at J.S. Clark, McCutcheon served as the Athletic Director, Head Boys Basketball Coach, and Head Girls Basketball coach. He served as the Head Women’s Basketball Coach at Caldwell Community College in 2011. McCutcheon also served as the Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach at LSU @ Eunice from 2004-2006. During his time at LSU@ Eunice, the teams advanced to the regional playoffs.
McCutcheon hails from Mobile, Alabama, where he graduated from John L. Leflore High School in 1997. During his senior year, he helped the varsity basketball team to a semi-final finish with a record of 33-3. He earned Regional MVP, second team All-State, and first team All-Mobile Press Register honors during his senior year.
After graduating from high school, McCutcheon played at the College of Southern Idaho. He helped the team to a regular season championship and a 28-4 record. After one season, McCutcheon transferred to Nicholls State University. He would spend the next two years at Nicholls State University before transferring to Pfeiffer for his final season. At Pfeiffer, he was named the MVP of the Bobby Lutz Thanksgiving Tournament as well as the team’s MVP.
McCutcheon earned a bachelor’s degree in sports management from Pfeiffer University in 2002. He has two children, Malachi and Trinady.
Alma Mater: Catawba '03
Dorthell Little returns to the bench as an assistant coach with the Catawba College Women’s Basketball program in 2018-19. Little started coaching with the women’s basketball team in 2003 and has served an assistant for several seasons since. She is a 2003 graduate of Catawba, earning a bachelor of science degree in business.
Little played three seasons with the Lady Indians after transferring from Armstrong Atlantic. She was a two-time All-South Atlantic Conference selection and earned all-region honors as a junior. Little ranks third all-time with 95 blocked shots and fourth with 223 steals.
Over her four collegiate seasons, Little scored 1,132 points with 948 coming in three years at Catawba. She ranks ninth all-time at Catawba with 677 rebounds. Her career shooting percentage of 57% is second best all-time. Little was a standout at Richmond Senior High School, helping the Raiders to three conference titles.
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