Nan Carney-DeBord coached women’s basketball from 1985-2001 and 2002-11, and field hockey from 1985-90. During her 25 seasons as women’s basketball coach, the Bishops went 433-277 (.656), won 5 NCAC championships and finished as NCAC runner-up 9 times, won 4 NCAC tournament titles and reached the tournament championship game 12 times, and made 5 NCAA Division III playoff appearances. In her second game as a head coach, the Bishops upset NCAA Division III quarterfinalist Muskingum on the Muskies’ home court. Her 1990-91 team set a school record with 20 wins; the 1991-92 team set a school record with 23 wins, won the NCAC championship and the NCAC tournament, and advanced to the NCAA Division III playoffs; and the 2000-01 team set a school record with 26 wins, won the NCAC championship and the NCAC tournament, and advanced to the national semifinals of the NCAA Division III tournament, defeating Hope and Baldwin Wallace on the way to a national third-place finish. Her 433 wins was tied for 28th all-time in NCAA Division III. In field hockey, she posted a winning record in her first season, led the Bishops to their first national ranking the following season, then won 4 consecutive NCAC championships and made 4 straight NCAA Division III playoff appearances. During the 1987-90 seasons, her teams went 38-1-1 in NCAC competition. The 1987 team tied a school record with 16 wins, and the 1989 team broke that mark with 17 wins. She was named WBCA Division III Coach of the Year in women’s basketball in 2001, and was named NCAC Coach of the Year 7 times in basketball and twice in field hockey.