James Wearden is entering his 13th season as the head women’s basketball coach at Wesley College in 2018-19.
Honors / Accomplishments as Wesley head coach
Notable Games as head coach
Prior to Wesley
Prior to Wesley, Wearden posted a 216-94 (.697) record in nearly 13 seasons as the head coach at Seaford High School. He has led teams to seven Henlopen Conference divisional titles and three Final Four appearances. He was the Henlopen Conference Coach of the Year in 1999 and was a coach of the Delaware Senior Girl’s Basketball All-Star Game three times. During the last seven full seasons, Wearden had a remarkable 111-13 (.895) record in the Henlopen Conference.
Wearden earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1985 and a Master of Science degree in 1989 from West Virginia University. Wearden taught in the Seaford school system from 1991 until he accepted his current position at Wesley. He is also a former teacher and coach at Colonel Richardson High School in Federalsburg, Maryland. Wearden has been International Girls Basketball Tournament Coach with People to People Sports Ambassadors since 1994.