Samera March is an assistant coach of LIU Women’s Basketball, the Blackbird. Marsh has been coaching for ten in the New York and New Jersey area. Most recently, she spent a season as an assistant coach with the Manhattan Jaspers. She helped the Jaspers to an 11-9 record in the MAAC, advancing to the Tournament quarterfinals. She also coached Amani Tatum, the 2015-16 MAAC Defensive Player of the Year.
The Bronx native joined Manhattan’s staff following a five-year stint at Monroe College in New Rochelle, New York. Marsh was the top assistant at Monroe from 2010-15. She was responsible for recruiting, academics and strength & conditioning, as well as post player development. Two of Marsh’s post players received NJCAA All-America honors, and 11 Monroe players moved on to NCAA four-year institutions. During her five seasons, the Mustangs won four district titles and consecutive NJCAA National Championships in 2010-11 and 2011-12.
Prior to her time at Monroe, she was an assistant coach at Saint Peter’s for two seasons (2008-10). Marsh was involved in post player development and recruiting, while also serving as the Peacocks’ video coordinator. In addition, she was in charge of running the Saint Peter’s basketball camp.
A 2008 graduate of Saint Peter’s, she was the manager for the Peacocks’ women’s basketball team as an undergraduate before being elevated to assistant coach.