2024 BCAT Hall of Fame



M.S. Physical Education, 1989 University of Tennessee

B.S. Physical Education, 1987 University of Tennessee

Married to Robby Collier, Special Education Teacher and Football Coach at Kingston High School

Mom of 4 daughters:

All 4 are Alumni of The Webb School of Knoxville K-12

Katie Wright in her 3rd year as Teacher/ Head Basketball Coach at Soddy Daisy, who is married to son in law, Andy Wright. Played Division I Basketball at MTSU. For Hall of Fame Rick Insel.

Sydney Collier UT Graduate, currently working on Masters in Counseling at LMU. Doing an Internship at Ebenezer Coumseling.

Casey Collier Lipscomb University Graduate in Marketing. Played D I basketball at Lipscomb University. Currently the Assistant Coach at Lenoir City High School.

Britney Collier is a Junior at the University of Tennessee in Fashion Design.

AUGUST 2023 took the Head Coaching position at LENOIR CITY HIGH SCHOOL after being at Webb for 25 years. Also, teaching Physical Education.

08/98-2023 THE WEBB SCHOOL of KNOXVILLE (25 years)

Assistant Athletic Director and Head Women’s Basketball Coach

*Earned 6 State Championship titles 2007, 2009, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2018

*Earned 4 State Runner -up titles 2008, 2011, 2013, 2016

*Earned 16 State Tournament appearances

*Earned 14 Regional Championships

*Coached 9 Division I players (Glory Johnson All American and WNBA player), 8 Division II Players, 1 Junior College player and 2 NAIA players

*5 TSSAA Miss Basketball Winners

*2007 and 2012 Prep Extra Coach of the Year


Head Women’s Basketball Coach and Department Head of Physical Education

*Earned Regional Runner-Up title in 1995

*Coach Division I player, Dana Carter (Belmont University)


Head Women’s Basketball Coach

*East TN Coach of the Year, 1992

*1992 lead the team to their first State Tournament Appearance. This was the first for any sport in the history of the school

*Earned Region Championship title in 1992

1987-1989 University of Tennessee Graduate Assistant

*Assistant Coach to the Tennessee Lady Vols under the leadership of Pat Summitt

*Earned a National Championship title in 1989

1983-1987 University of Tennessee

Team Member, Lady Vols Basketball

*Captain of the first National Championship Team, 1987

*Most Valuable player, 1986 Mid East Regional Championship

*Played in 3 Final Fours Championships- 1984, 1986, 1987

*Earned the Leadership Award Sophomore, Junior and Senior years

*SEC Champions 1985


Graduated in the first class of Anderson County High School 1983

Freshman- Junior Year attended Lake City High School

Other Significant Accomplishments

*2012 AAU, 6th Grade National Champions as Head Coach of the TN Fury

*2006-2012, 3 time AAU Champions and finished 4th in the Nation with KGC Lady Pride Boys and Girls Club

*Played with Athletes in Action 1984 Travel to Russia, Poland and West Germany

*High School Street and Smith All American

*Inducted into the Lady Vol Hall of Fame

*Inducted into the Boys and Girls Club North Anderson County Hall of Fame

*Inducted into the Greater Knoxville Sports Hall of Fame



1974 – 2024

Oak Ridge Jr. Highs:  Jefferson and Robertsville   1974-1995

First 3 years as an assistant

1977-1995:  Head Girls Basketball Coach at Robertsville Jr. High

Oak Ridge High School               Assistant Coach            1995-2003

3 State Championships and 6 State Runner-ups

Total record in Oak Ridge:  500-71

Greeneville High School             2003-2005          Head Coach

1 State Final Four Record:  56-13

State Tournament in both seasons


Shelbyville Central High School   2005-2010                      Head Coach

Record:  125-42

State Runner-up – 2 State Tournament appearances

Middle Tennessee State University           2010-2012          Assistant Coach

Middle Tennessee Christian School          2012-2021          Head Coach

Record:  120-78

2 Region Semifinals

Lebanon High School     2021-2024          Assistant Coach



Basketball Coaches Association of Tennessee: Founding Member, Regional Director

Warren Co. High School 1990-1995: 90-56

Gallatin High School 1995-present 508-341

Overall Record to date 598-397

2001 AAA State Runner-Up

2000 AAA State Semi-Finals

2003 AAA State Quarter-Finals

2019 AAA Sectionals

1999 AAA Sub-State

6 Regular Season District Championships

5 District Tournament Championships

3 Region Championships

Winningest Coach at Gallatin High School

6X District Coach of the Year

4X Sumner County Coach of the Year


Sisco has achieved iconic status in the Tennessee High School basketball coaching ranks with a legendary career that has spanned more than five decades.

Sisco led Union City High School to three Class 2A state championships over an eight-year period in the 1990s and served as a paraprofessional assistant coach for his son, Shane, on the Tornadoes’ 2006 and ’08 Class 1A title squads.

With 554 career victories in 25 total seasons, Marty enjoyed unprecedented success during a 10-year stint at UCHS after beginning his coaching career at his alma mater in Kenton.

His remarkable run with the Golden Tornadoes was punctuated by an amazing 64-12 (.842) postseason record. He directed the Twisters to five state tournaments, eight substate trips, seven district championships, and six regional titles during his decade with the Purple and Gold.

Additionally, he directed Kenton to three substate trips and a pair of state tourney appearances during his 15 seasons at the Warrior helm.

In nine of his 10 seasons at UCHS, Marty’s teams won 20 or more games and his .760 winning percentage during that time is the best in program history.

He was inducted into the prestigious Union City High School Hall of Honors at the conclusion of his head coaching career.

Marty has been an LPL Financial Advisor at Discovery Partners Investment Center since leaving full-time coaching and the education profession. He and his wife Dianne will be married 58 years this year and have three children and six grandchildren.


The winningest head boys’ basketball coach in Union City High School program history, Shane Sisco began his 25th season at the Tornado helm with the 2023-24 campaign.

Sisco led the Tornadoes to Class 1A state championships in 2006 and 2008 and his 2015 squad recorded a state runner-up finish.

His teams have won 20 games or more in 19 of his 24 previous seasons – three Nmes winning 30 or more, including a perfect 37-0 run on the way to the 2006 Ntle. The Purple and Gold has won nine district tournament championships during his tenure and has advanced to the substate/secNonal 10 Nmes, including in three of the past four seasons.

Sisco’s 545 wins on the Twister bench are nearly 300 more than the No. 2 person on the all-Nme program list.

A 1988 graduate of UCHS, Shane earned a B.S. Degree from UT MarNn, where he was a member of the basketball team.

He served as a graduate assistant coach at UT Knoxville from 1992-93.

He is married to Stephanie (Speed) Sisco and has two sons, Will and Wes. He also has a stepdaughter, Corey Anne (Youree) France, and two grandchildren.