Josh Dzurick begins his 14th year as head coach and 15th year overall with the women's basketball program in 2018-19. His career record stands at 172-173.
Dzurick took over the Spartans basketball program in July of 2005. During that time, Manchester University has produced seven winning seasons, two 20-plus win campaigns and four top-three Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference finishes including an outright conference title during the 2006-07 season and a share of the 2007-08 championship. The Black and Gold have also made three NCAA Division III national tournament appearances in the span. He's mentored seven all-HCAC honorees who've compiled 23 awards that include two postseason tournament Player of the Year accolades (Sarah Bose - 2006-07/2007-08) and Freshman of the Year (Stacey Wendel - 2005-06/Katie Arterburn - 2012-13) recognitions.
Dzurick, a two-time HCAC Coach of the Year, is a 1998 graduate of Tiffin University where he received a degree in business and sports management. He received his Master's of Education degree from Bowling Green in the field of sports management. He also serves as the assistant athletics director in charge of compliance and eligibility and as head softball coach.