Meet the Lady Coyote Basketball Coaches
Bob McKinley / Athletic Director
Head Women's Basketball Coach
Bob McKinley has coached basketball for 51 years.
Through the 2015-16 season, McKinley owns a 877-444 record in his 40 years coaching at WC, making him the winningest active two-year college basketball coach in the nation. The North Texas Junior College Athletic Conference has named him Coach of the Year 11 times.
In 2015, he was inducted into the NJCAA Women's Basketball Coaches Hall of Fame.
McKinley came to WC in 1977. He has coached the women’s team for 24 years and the men’s team for 18 years, including six seasons as the head coach of both squads simultaneously. He has served as WC’s athletic director for 37 years.
In his time as head women’s basketball coach, the Lady Coyotes have earned 14 conference championships, three regional championships, four national tournament berths and one NJCAA Final Four appearance. So far, 18 All-America selections and 16 Academic All-America honorees have played for the WC coach.
As a player, McKinley led Bowie High School to the state finals in 1959 and the regional tournament in 1958 and 1960, earning a spot in the Texas High School Basketball Hall of Fame. He went on to play at TCU, where he was named team captain of the Horned Frogs.
He began his coaching career at Pasadena High School, eventually moving on to Houston Baptist University, and then to WC.
His wife, Dee, is retired from the Weatherford ISD. Bob and Dee have two children, Trey McKinley and Traci McKinley, and seven grandchildren.
Emily Osina / Assistant Coach
Emily Osina returned to the WC coaching staff in 2015.
The Brock High School graduate was a first team All-State honoree and an honor-
able mention Street and Smith’s All-American as a senior. She was a leader on Brock’s first state championship team in 2002.
Osina played for Bob McKinley’s Lady Coyotes in 2002-03, earning All-Conference honors and NJCAA Academic All-American accolades. She finished her college basketball career at the University of New Orleans, where she made the Dean’s List.
Osina worked as McKinley’s assistant coach during the 2006-07 season before entering the airline industry for seven and a half years. She has an extensive knowledge of select/AAU basketball, including coaching a youth league team on the East Coast.
She holds a bachelor’s degree from Tarleton State University. Her father is Mark Osina, Head Coach of the WC men’s basketball team, and her mother is Liz Osina, WC’s Cheerleading Coach. Her sister, Lacey, passed away in 1998.