Terry Kix
Terry Kix

Last College:
Connecticut '85

Director of Operations

8th year


Purdue Women's Basketball Participates in #Chillin4Charity

The Boilermakers accepted the challenge and dished it out to a few more people as well.


Purdue Women's Basketball Camps Start Friday

Individuals can still sign up for camps all this week.


Women's Basketball's Kix to Emcee Cancer, Culture and Community Event

The Boilermakers' supervisor of operations will introduce Dick Vitale and Nick Valvano.


Golf Scramble For Women's Basketball is Aug. 17

Time is running out to sign up to participate in the fun-filled event.


Limited Space Available for Sharon Versyp Basketball Camps

Purdue head coach, staff and players will be on hand for four camps at Mackey this summer.


No. 13 Purdue vs. No. 20 Michigan State (Jan. 11, 2007)

No. 13 Purdue vs. No. 20 Michigan State (Jan. 11, 2007)

Director of Basketball Operations Terry Kix is entering her eighth year at Purdue. She brought 15 years of field hockey head coaching experience and three years as the senior women's administrator at the University of Maine to the Boilermaker program.

Kix's primary duties at Purdue include coordinating team travel, assisting with academic progress, community outreach and marketing and coordinating summer camps. For two years at Purdue, Kix served as the supervisory administrator for women's soccer and men's and women's swimming and diving.

As the head coach at Maine, Kix was named America East Coach of the Year four times, Northeast Region Coach of the Year and compiled a 174-109-5 record. Her field hockey team achieved the high team grade-point average five times while she was at the helm.

The Lake Ronkonkoma, N.Y., native was an outstanding student-athlete, honored as a two-time field hockey All-American playing goalie at Connecticut. She won a national championship as a player in 1981 and again as an assistant coach in 1985 for the Huskies. Kix was selected as the 1985 Connecticut Female Athlete of the Year, and in 1984 was a finalist for college field hockey's top honor, the Broderick Award. Kix played basketball in high school, along with field hockey and softball.