Hundreds of students put down their books Monday evening to attend the 26th annual Midnight Breakfast
"Eboni is an excellent addition who brings a level or professionalism and relatable experience to our staff," said Head Coach Mike Bozeman. "Eboni's organizational skills and experiences working with the Washington Mystics and Wizards are going to be invaluable."
Tyler's responsibilities will include team travel logistics, equipment management and game and practice scheduling, as well as coordinating the team's efforts with academic support, compliance, marketing, facilities and community service and assisting Coach Bozeman with budget management.
Tyler most recently served as guest services manager for District-based Monumental Sports & Entertainment and the professional basketball franchises Washington Wizards and Washington Mystics. She served in her role as guest services manager for the Mystics since 2006 and added duties as guest services specialist with the Wizards in June 2010.
Tyler, the daughter of longtime Howard women's basketball coach Sanya Tyler, received her bachelor's degree in sports marketing from Virginia State in 2004.
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