Frozena Jerro | Assistant Coach
Frozena Jerro will begin her first season on the sidelines with the Cleveland State women’s basketball team during the 2018-19 campaign and her 22nd season as a collegiate coach.
Jerro joins the Vikings following a seven-year stint at UIC, where she served as the associate head coach and recruiting coordinator. During her time with the Flames, Jerro helped mentor seven All-Horizon League selections, seven Horizon League All-Defensive Team honorees and a two-time Defensive Player of the Year in Ruvanna Campbell.
During the 2013-14 campaign, Jerro and the Flames posted a program record 26 wins en route to capturing the WBI Championship – the first postseason title in program history.
Prior to her time at UIC Jerro spent one season at the New Jersey Institute of Technology following a six-year stint as an assistant coach at UNLV. During her six years at UNLV, Jerro helped the Lady Rebels to four postseason appearances including a WNIT Runner-Up finish during the 2003-04 campaign.
Jerro got her start in collegiate coaching at the University of Houston before transitioning to California State University – Northridge where she spent one season as an assistant coach and four years as the head coach. During the 1998-99 season, Jerro led the Matadors to the Big Sky Conference championship and the program’s first NCAA Tournament appearance, earning Big Sky Coach of the Year accolades.
Jerro is a 1993 graduate of Arizona State University - earning a bachelors degree in business marketing - where she was a two-time letterwinner and team captain for the Sun Devils. During her playing career, Jerro was named a Pac-10 Conference All-Star and helped lead her team to an NCAA Tournament appearance.
As a former USA Basketball participant, Jerro was inducted into her high school athletic hall of fame, earning the honor at Sacred Heart Cathedral Preparatory in San Francisco, California.
Katelin Oney | Assistant Coach
Katelin Oney will begin her first year as an assistant coach on the Cleveland State sidelines during the 2018-19 season, bringing with her five years of coaching experience.
Oney joins the Vikings after a two year journey at North Dakota, where she served as an assistant coach from 2016-18.
During her two years with the Fighting Hawks, Oney helped UND to a 20-win record during the 2016-17 season, helping the Fighting Hawks to a Big Sky Conference Regular Season Championship and a postseason bid to the WNIT.
Prior to her time at UND, Oney spent the 2015-16 season as an assistant coach with Division II St. Mary’s University.
Oney got her start in collegiate coaching at Division II Wayne State College, where she spent two years as a Graduate Assistant with the women’s basketball team. Oney, along with Coach Kielsmeier, led the Wildcats to a 56-11 overall record during the 2013-14 and 2014-15 campaigns, helping nationally ranked WSC win back-to-back NSIC championships.
A native of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Oney played four years at the University of Northern Iowa where she became an All-Tournament Team selection and ended her career ranked fifth in program history for most three-pointers made and ninth in three-point field goal percentage. Oney was part of back-to-back MVC Tournament championship teams, while making two straight NCAA Tournament appearances with the Panthers.
In the spring of 2018, Oney was named to the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association Thirty Under 30 list, which recognizes the top young coaching talent in the country. The award honors those that have exemplified their involvement in community service, mentorship, professional manner, and professional association involvement.
Oney earned her bachelor’s degree in elementary education with a minor in literacy in 2013, and received her master’s in educational-instructional curriculum leadership with an emphasis in elementary education in 2015 from Wayne State College.
Shelby Zoeckler | Video Coordinator
Shelby Zoeckler will begin her first season as the Cleveland State women’s basketball Video Coordinator during the 2018-19 campaign, taking over the role after serving as a student assistant last year.
Zoeckler, a native of Sagamore Hills, Ohio, will be responsible for gameday filming, practice film break down and assisting with scouting reports. Zoeckler will also assist in the day-to-day operations of the women’s basketball office.
Zoeckler is currently a junior at Cleveland State, pursuing a degree in health sciences – physical therapy.