Alma Mater: Catawba '84
Office Phone: (704) 637-4471
Angie Morton took over the reigns of the Catawba College women’s basketball program in 2003. Catawba has compiled a 161-125 mark under her direction.
In 2011-12, Morton was named the South Atlantic Conference Coach of the Year after guiding Catawba to a runner-up league finish and the NCAA II regionals. In her first season, she led Catawba to a 22-9 record and to both the SAC regular-season and tournament titles. The Lady Indians also qualified for the NCAA II Regional. Morton, a 1984 Catawba graduate, returned to her alma mater after serving as head coach at Pfeiffer University for seven seasons where she compiled a 108-90 record.
During her seven years at Pfeiffer, Morton guided the Lady Falcons to a pair of Carolinas-Virginia Conference titles and the school’s first NCAA II playoff berth this past season. The back-to-back 20 win campaigns, including a 24-5 mark in 2003-04, earned Morton consecutive CVAC Coach of the Year honors. Morton was also a CVAC Coach of the Year in softball in 2000 as she led Pfeiffer to the league crown.
Prior to her stint at Pfeiffer, Morton was the girls head coach at West Stanly High School for eight years. She guided the school to playoff appearances in all eight seasons and was RRC Coach of the Year in 1992. She also served as coach at Locust Elementary School and Knox Middle School.
Graduating from Catawba in 1984, Morton earned a bachelor of arts degree in elementary education. At Catawba as Angie Crayton, she earned 10 letters, playing basketball, softball and field hockey. In basketball, Morton played in 86 games and averaged 5.5 points, netting a career high 26 in a loss to Wingate as a senior. She added 163 rebounds and 107 assists. Morton was a .367 career hitter in softball with nine home runs and 74 RBI.
Morton resides in Albemarle with her husband, Randy. They have four children, Matt, Keri, Krista and Tad.
Alma Mater: Pfeiffer '01
Office Phone: (704) 637-4226
Terrence Baxter joined the Catawba College Women’s Basketball staff in 2013. He will serve as the primary assistant to Head Coach Angie Morton, assisting in all phases of the Catawba Women's Basketball program. Baxter comes to Catawba after serving as an assistant at Queens University.
Baxter is a 2001 graduate of Pfeiffer University with 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.
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, and has a 16-year old son named Jairez.
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Alma Mater: Catawba '03
Office Phone: (704) 637-4402
Dorthell Little became an assistant coach with the Catawba women’s basketball program in 2003. 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.
She resides in Salisbury.