Monica Quan enters her second season at Cal State Fullerton as
an assistant coach under Marcia Foster in 2012-13.
Last season, Quan helped guide the Titans to an 11-19 overall
record, a two game improvement from a year ago. Under her
leadership, Fullerton also reached the Big West Tournament for an
11th consecutive season. Before coming to CSUF Quan served as a
lead assistant for Cal Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks. She
helped lead the Regals to a combined 33-18 overall record over her
two seasons and a 19-9 mark in the Southern California
Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, including a 19-7 overall
record and a third-place conference finish in 2009-10. The win
total and finish was the highest for Cal Lutheran since
Quan’s playing career began at Big West Conference rival
Long Beach State, where she spent two seasons with the 49ers from
2003-05 before transferring to Concordia University in Irvine, CA.
There, she wrapped up her career with a strong senior season,
averaging 6.1 points and 1.6 rebounds per game while finishing
second on the team with 77 assists.
She was a four-year letter winner at Walnut High School, earning
All-CIF, All-Baseline League, and all-region honors during her prep
career. A member of the Walnut High School Hall of Fame, Quan set
school records for most three-pointers during a season (59) and a
game (7) while averaging 15 points, six assists, three steals, and
two rebounds as a senior.
The daughter of Sylvia and Randal, Quan graduated from Concordia
in 2007 with a degree in exercise and sport science and completed
her master’s in 2009.