Michelle Warner is in her 15th season as head coach of the Lady Bulldogs. She has over 24 years of coaching experience at various levels. Before coaching at CSM Coach Warner was co-head coach at Cerritos College from 1996-98 with a record of 48-22; her team earned a spot in the State Final Four. She was assistant coach at Sacramento City College (1992-94) during which time the teams won two conference championships. She also coached a JV team at UC Davis (1989-91) that posted a record of 36-2.
A native of Southern California, Coach Warner attended Brethren Christian High School where she participated in volleyball, basketball, and softball. She earned All-League Honors for all three sports and was MVP and Most Inspirational on the basketball team.
Coach Warner played basketball for Cerritos College where she led her team to two conference titles and was selected First Team All Conference.She still holds the records for career rebounds (12th), blocked shots (10th) and single-season points (17th). She was honored with Cerritos College’s Female Student Athlete Award her sophomore season. From Cerritos, Coach Warner transferred to UC Davis where her team went to the Sweet 16 in NCAA D-II playoffs.
Coach Warner loves spending time with her daughter, Joelle, and listening to praise and gospel music.
"Doc Bonz" previously coached at Contra Costa College where he was an assistant for 3 years with the men's team. This is his first experience coaching women's basketball. Don played at Mission high school in San Francisco. He was MVP, all-city, and co-player of the year. He then played at Mt. San Antonio College in the L.A. area and then transferred to the University of Nevada Reno and then to the United States International University in San Diego. After college he played in Europe for 15 years in 29 different countries. He played in the NBA camps for the Atlanta Hawks and the L.A. Clippers. He has 3 children: Ashley (25), Alexia (20), and Jose (19). He is very active in his church where he also serves as an usher. He is pursuing his master's degree in coaching. He also enjoys golfing.
Strength & Conditioning
D'Marcus is a native of San Francisco, California and a proud product of both the junior college and division I athletic programs. He got his AA degree from City College of San Francisco, and received a full athletic scholarship to Kansas State University. He obtained his BA degree from CSU Northridge in Sociology and MA degree from San Jose State in Kinesiology. He was a 4 time conference champion, top 10 finisher at the USA Track & Field Championships, and in 2003 competed on the USA 4x4 relay team. Although he is widely recognized for his track and field achievements as an athlete and coach, basketball was his 1st sport and loves the team aspect of the game. This is coach Williams' third season with the Lady Bulldogs and each day brings a "BEAST MODE" mentality to the program. His heroes were his grandparents.