Women's Basketball Staff
Antonio Harris, Women's Head Basketball Coach
Antonio Harris was named the head women's basketball coach in June 2015, after serving as the CGTC men's assistant basketball coach and the cross country head coach during the 2014-2015 season.
In his first year with the cross country program, Harris led runners Danny Shaw and Eddie Stafford to first and third place finishes, respectively, in the inaugural CGTC Titans Invitational. Both runners earned Georgia Collegiate Athletic Association (GCAA) all-conference recognition and the opportunity to compete in the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) national competition.
In his first season as an assistant with the men's basketball program, Harris helped coach the team to an 18-12 overall record and 8-10 conference record.
Prior to Central Georgia Tech, Harris began his coaching career at Howard Middle School in 2005. His next stint at coaching occurred at Tattnall Square Academy in 2008, where he served as the varsity basketball assistant coach, junior varsity basketball head coach, and the assistant golf coach. Harris continued his coaching career at Miller Magnet School as the assistant football coach and defensive coordinator, associate girls' basketball coach, and the assistant track coach. Since 2004, Harris has mentored the Girls in Motion basketball club and the Middle Georgia Monarchs girls' basketball teams in Macon.
A native of Macon, Harris attended Hampton University and Central Texas College. Coach Harris continues to reside in the area with his wife, Rhonda Harris, and their three children, Faren, Jaren, and Zaren.
Rachel Henry, Women's Assistant Basketball Coach
Rachel Henry enters her first season as the assistant women's basketball coach at Central Georgia Technical College after spending one year coaching at Fort Valley State University.
Coach Henry is a former women's collegiate basketball player, having played at Darton College in Albany and West Virginia University Institute of Technology at West Virginia. While at WVU Tech, Henry helped the Lady Golden Bears win their first Mid-South Conference championship in 17 years.
In 2008, Coach Henry earned her first assistant coaching position at the former Middle Georgia College under Coach Anderson Ligon. During that year, Middle Georgia College won the Georgia Junior College Athletic Association (GJCAA) Championship and the District J Championship.
In 2011, Henry became the assistant coach for the Bleckley County Middle School girls' basketball team. In 2013, she was instrumental in guiding the team to win the Middle Georgia Middle School Athletic Association (MGMSAA) Region Championship for the first time in 40 years.
Coach Henry graduated from West Virginia University with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Education with an emphasis in Athletic Coaching Education. She also earned a Master of Arts in Teaching in Kinesiology from Georgia College and State University. Coach Henry currently resides in Macon.