|Position:||Director of Operations|
|Alma Mater:||Dakota Wesleyan|
Amanda Hart enters her third season as the director of women's basketball operations at Nebraska in 2018-19, after spending the 2015-16 in a similar role with Coach Amy Williams at South Dakota.
Hart coordinates all aspects of Nebraska's team travel and assists in scheduling. She also plays a major role in Nebraska's women's basketball summer camps.
Prior to joining Williams, Hart served as an assistant women's basketball coach and assistant sports information director at Dakota Wesleyan.
During her time at Dakota Wesleyan, Hart assisted with player development, supervised academics, served as recruiting coordinator and created travel itineraries. Her sports information responsibilities included writing press releases, generating online content, game-day statistics and operations, and the creation of media guides.
As a standout women's basketball player at Dakota Wesleyan, Hart finished seventh on the all-time scoring list with 1,406 points. She also set the career three-point record with 391, while knocking down a single-season school-record 112 in 2011-12.
A CoSIDA Academic All-District honoree as a student-athlete at Dakota Wesleyan, Hart was a four-time Great Plains Athletic Conference selection. She was also a two-time NAIA All-America Scholar-Athlete.
Hart earned her bachelor's degree as an English and sport management major from Dakota Wesleyan in 2014. She completed her master’s degree in educational policy and administration in December of 2015.