2017 – 2018 Coaches

Coaching Staff

Kristina Schumacher, Head Varsity Coach

A native of Lake Stevens, WA, Coach Schumacher brings a wealth of basketball experience to Inglemoor as both a
coach and player. In a standout playing career, Schumacher was a 2nd-Team All-Conference player at Lake
Stevens HS, helping the Vikings to several high post-season finishes. Following her high school career, she
attended Everett Community College on a basketball scholarship. As a two-year starter, she was named North
Region MVP, finishing her career at Everett Community College as the program’s leading career scorer with 1,138
points. She also earned EvCC Female Athlete of the Year (2007-2008).

Schumacher then attended Warner Pacific (NAIA) leading the team to a second-seed finish in the Cascade Collegiate Conference in 2010 and being named All-CCC 1st-Team as well as NAIA DII Honorable Mention All-American. Following her college career, Coach Schumacher played three years semi-professionally with both the Tacoma Stars and the Everett Elite. Prior to accepting the Head Varsity coaching job at Inglemoor High School in 2015, she spent the previous 4 seasons as the Head Varsity Assistant and Junior Varsity coach at Lake Stevens High School.

In addition to her basketball accomplishments, she has multiple academic accomplishments to her credit including Associate of Science (A.S.) in Radiologic Technology/Science from Bellevue College (3.92 GPA); a Biological Sciences with Emphasis in Human Biology from Warner Pacific University (3.85 GPA); making the Academic Dean’s List at WPC; and attaining an Associate of Arts and Sciences (A.A.S.), in Biology from Everett Community College (3.75 GPA) including the NWAACC Academic Leadership Award. In 2017, she was inducted into the EvCC Hall of Fame for athletics and character.

“I’m excited to be at a school with exceptional academics, great people and a rich
basketball tradition,” commented Schumacher. “My goal is to run a model program for
young women that not only teaches them basketball, but prepares them for life after high
school. Our aim will be to maintain a consistently competitive program whose culture the
players, families and school are proud to be associated with.”

Lindsey Blaine, Head JV Coach and Varsity Assistant

As a high performing collegiate athlete with deep background in multiple sports, Lindsay is an invaluable role model and development resource for the Lady Viks student athletes. In high school, she was a four-year varsity letter winner in track and field, basketball and volleyball, earning 3x MVP honors in basketball and volleyball and earning a State Championship in the javelin throw.

She attended Purdue University on a track and field scholarship to throw the javelin where she won the 2007 National Championship and Big Ten Championship while also earning a spot on the USATF all-academic team. She also made the Big 10 All-Academic Team 4 years in a row. After getting her Bachelor’s Degree in Movement and Sports Science from Purdue, she competed with Nike for two years placing 8th at the 2008 Olympic Trials.

For the last 6 years, Coach Lindsey has been working as a Personal Trainer and Performance Coach, as well as a stint as a Volunteer Assistant Throws Coach at the University of Washington. Having never lost her love for basketball, she has also spent much of her time continuing to play, watch, and coach the sport at various levels. She is excited to bring her athletic experience, passion for the game and competiveness to the Vikings program and help the Lady Viks grow as strong female role models on the court, in the classroom, and in life.

Bill Cook, Varsity/JV Assistant Coach

Coach Cook has been coaching basketball and other sports for 20 years. This is his 6th year coaching Inglemoor
High School Girls basketball. Over the years Bill has also coached Inglemoor Select Basketball, NYBA youth
basketball and Bothell Select Baseball. Coach Cook has a passion for the Inglemoor Lady Viks program and helping
the girls develop as players. His daughters Meghan and Miranda played in the program as well. He played forward
on his high school basketball team and played 1 year of college basketball.