Donald Dixon

Director of Player Development

What participating in Pretty Girls Pound the Rock means to Coach Dixon:

I want them to understand the importance, and luxury it is to be able to attend college on a double scholarship academic and an athletic scholarship. I always told myself, if I had the opportunity to plant a positive seed in today's youth, I'm definitely going to give it my all and Pretty Girls Pound the Rock has provided the avenues that I need to achieve and strive within. I consider it a blessing. 


Donald Dixon serves as the Assistant Girls’ Junior Varsity Coach at Wichita Southeast High School. Dixon, who began playing basketball at age 6, was a collegiate starter. He led his teams in assist-to-turnover ratios for Pratt Community College and Seward Community College. While at Seward, Dixon averaged 28-31 minutes per game for his team, which went on to win third place in national competition in the 2008 season.

Career highlights:

Wichita High School Southeast-

  • 2005 City League Basketball Champion

  • Sub-State Basketball Champion

  • Basketball State Qualifier



Seward Basketball- 

  • 31-6 Record

  • 2008 Regional Champion

  • 2008 Conference Champion

  • Finished school with 3.5 GPA