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Coaching Staff

Kerrie Kosakowski  |  Assistant Coach


Kerrie Kosakowski will enter her third season as an assistant women’s basketball coach at Widener in 2018-19. She will be responsible for assisting head coach Alisa Kintner with all aspects of the program with an emphasis on the training and development of the guards.

Prior to her arrival at Widener, Kosakowski was a four-year letterwinner on the women’s basketball team at Ramapo and served as a team captain during her junior and senior seasons. She finished her career with 468 points, 290 rebounds, 158 assists, 79 steals and seven blocks while making 102 appearances and 49 starts.

Kosakowski earned a bachelor’s degree in sociology with a concentration in public sociology from Ramapo in 2016. A native of Bayonne, N.J., she also minored in substance abuse as an undergraduate student and enjoys being with friends in her free time.

Andrew Johnson  |  Assistant Coach


Andrew Johnson will enter his 16th season with the women’s basketball coaching staff in 2018-19.  He is responsible for guard development, assisting with game day preparation and recruiting. 

Johnson currently serves as the Director of Athletics at Lehigh Carbon Community College and is a graduate of Lock Haven University, where he was a member of the cross country and track teams as well as a student coach with the men’s basketball squad for two years. He received his bachelor’s degree from Lock Haven in sports administration and also holds a master’s in sports coaching from the United States Sports Academy.

Johnson currently resides in Folcroft, Pa. with his wife, Ildiko, son, Ace, and daughters, Alaina and Savana.

Lindsey Isler-Amadio  |  Assistant Coach


Lindsey Isler-Amadio, who had a solid run as a player for Widener’s women’s basketball team and helped the squad to two postseason appearances, returns for a fifth season as an assistant coach at her alma mater in 2018-19. 

Isler-Amadio was part of a very important stretch at point guard for the Pride from 2005-10, a run punctuated by her two final seasons in which she helped the squad reach heights not seen in years.  The 2008-09 team won the Commonwealth Conference championship, competed in the NCAA Tournament for just the third time in school history and won 18 games to fall one shy of a school record at the time. The 2009-10 squad notched 16 victories and advanced to the ECAC South Tournament semifinals. Amadio ended her career with 238 assists, which presently is seventh best in school history, and dished 96 assists in 2009-10 that is tied for the tenth-best mark in Widener annals. The 2008-09 championship season saw Amadio score 120 points, dish 75 assists and haul in 80 rebounds.

Isler-Amadio graduated from Widener in 2010 with a degree in business management and is still very active with the sports management department. She is the founder and President of the University’s Student Sports Network and continues to be a member of Widener’s Sport Management Advisory Board.  Amadio also was a member of the Omicron Delta Kappa National Leadership Honor Society as an undergraduate student. She then earned her master’s from Widener’s accelerated degree program and currently resides in Springfield with her husband, Bob.