Coach Jim Romkey played basketball for the Falcons from ’81-’83 and was a member of squad’s NJCAA State Championship team. He continued his collegiate basketball career at the University of Northern Alabama where he contributed to the team’s run to the NCAA Division II Final Four. The following year he transferred to Cincinnati Bible College where he led the team to a national championship and was the recipient of First-Team All-American honors and the NCCAA Division II National Tournament MVP.

Coach Romkey brings with him an unbridled sense of enthusiasm, a thorough history of winning and a vision of a USCAA title.

He is assisted by Anthony Brown.

Coach Cornelia Jones was a four-year starter for the Lady Statesmen of Delta State University in Cleveland, Miss. There, she played for coach Margaret Wade, after whom the NCAA’s Wade Trophy is named. During her collegiate career she won three national championships in the AIAW (before the inception of the WNCAA).

She moved to Tampa to continue playing professionally, playing for the Tampa Suns in the former WBL. After her professional career, she remained in Hillsborough county where she coached at Northwest Junior College, Gaither High School, Armwood High School and Hillsborough High School, where her team finished runner-up at the state tournament.

Her connection with Florida College began in 2007 when her son, Ian, was recruited by the Falcons. Her youngest son, Colin, is a current freshman on the men’s basketball team.

Coach Jones is assisted by Daphne Edwards, Micah Richeson and Steven Sinclair.