Tracy Stewart Lange
Tracy Stewart-Lange, Head Women's Basketball Coach
B.A., Lyon College; M.S.Ed., Mississippi State University
Tracy Stewart-Lange, a Lyon College alumna and member of its Athletic Hall of Fame, is in her fifth year as head women’s basketball coach at Lyon. She also the director of physical education at the College.
A native of Batesville and 1986 graduate of Lyon, Stewart-Lange is a former NCAA Division I head coach of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock Lady Trojans.
Stewart-Lange was head women’s basketball coach at UALR for five years. Previously, she had been an assistant coach at Missouri-Kansas City, Mississippi State, Westark Community College at Fort Smith, and Texas A&M, where she served as first assistant and was recruiting coordinator.
More recently, she has been the assistant girls’ varsity coach and Lower School physical education instructor at Webb School of Knoxville, Tenn.
Stewart-Lange began her college playing years at ASU-Beebe, where she was an all-conference player on the women’s basketball team. After transferring to Lyon, Stewart-Lange led the team in assists and was twice named to the all-conference and all-district teams in the AIC.
She received the Winnie Marable Award for the outstanding female student-athlete and was named to Who’s Who Among American College and University Students. She was elected into the Athletic Hall of Fame in 2000.
She received a B.A. degree in English and journalism at Lyon and a master of education degree in sports administration at Mississippi State University.
Stewart-Lange and her husband Kel have a daughter, Hope, and a son, Wes.