Angela Munger begins her seventh year as an assistant coach at the Air Force Academy. Her primary responsibilities include scheduling, recruiting, scouting opponents, film breakdown and overseeing team equipment. She also assists in guard play, offensive and defensive strategies and in-season practice planning.
This is Munger's seventh year of coaching full-time at the collegiate ranks. Before coming to the Air Force Academy in 2001, she worked as a graduate assistant coach at Idaho State.
As a player, Munger had a standout career as a guard at Idaho State. In 1999-2000, she led the Big Sky in assists and steals. She finished her career with the second-best assist-to-turnover ratio in Bengal history. She ranked second in steals, fifth in assists and fourth in three pointers all-time. She became the first Bengal and only the fifth Big Sky player to ever amass 375 rebounds, 300 assists and 200 steals in a career.
The Hawthorne, Nev., native graduated from Idaho State in 2000 with a bachelor's degree in biology. In 2002, she received her master's degree in athletic administration from Idaho State.
In her spare time, Munger enjoys all the activities that Colorado has to offer, including winter sports, outdoor activities, concerts and athletic events. She is the daughter of Richard and Carol Munger. Her brother, Jonas, is a doctor in Moab, Utah, where he and his wife, Debbie, reside with their daughter, Madison, born on Oct. 31, 2003. Munger also has a sister, Jennifer, who is a nurse in Reno, Nev.