Former Auburn women's basketball standout Alli (Smalley) Bracewell begins her second season as Director of Basketball Services for Coach Terri Williams-Flournoy's staff in 2015-16.
Bracewell, a 2012 Auburn graduate, joined the women's basketball staff in 2014-15 after spending the previous year as a graduate assistant working in academics.
As director of basketball services, her duties include film exchange with opposing teams and serving in a video coordination capacity. She will also help in organizing the team's practices.
Bracewell was a four-year letterwinner for the Tigers from 2007-11, playing in 130 games in her career, which ranks fourth all-time at Auburn. She scored 1,611 points in her career to rank eighth in school history, and she is the all-time leader in three-point shooting for the Tigers with 219 successful 3-point attempts in her career. Her 68 3-point field goals during her sophomore season of 2008-09 were both the second-most in the SEC and the second-best number in school history, helping lead the Tigers to the 2009 SEC regular season title.
Bracewell was an All-SEC First Team selection in 2011 and earned a second-team nod in 2010. She helped lead the Tigers to the postseason in three of her four years (NCAA in 2008 and 2009; WNIT in 2011).
After finishing her collegiate playing career at Auburn, Bracewell signed with a professional team in Gorzow, Poland, for the 2011-12 season. She returned to Auburn in the fall of 2012, where she earned her bachelor's degree in education.
Bracewell is currently pursuing a master's degree in administration of higher education with an emphasis in sport management. She is married to Brock Bracewell and resides in Auburn.