Terrell Stokes joined the UDC men's basketball coaching staff as an assistant in September, 2009.
Stokes was instrumental in bringing Division I transfer Brandon Herbert from Binghamton University to UDC. Herbert, along with Virginia Tech transfer Nigel Munson, helped to form one of the most prolific scoring backcourts in the nation from 2010-2012.
Before coming to UDC, Stokes served four years as assistant men's basketball coach at Loyola College in Baltimore, Maryland where he helped the team to its first consecutive winning seasons in school history. Prior to his Loyola stint, Stokes served as an assistant men's basketball coach at Elizabeth City State University in Elizabeth City, North Carolina.
His other coaching experiences include service as an instructor for the Montgomery Sports Association, Montgomery County, Maryland; head coach for the Montgomery Recreation League and individual instructor for the One-on-One Basketball program in Maryland and Virginia.
Stokes is a 2002 graduate of the University of Maryland, where he was a three-year starting point guard under head coach Gary Williams, leading the Terrapins to two Sweet Sixteen Tournament appearances. While at Maryland, he was named All-ACC, team captain, and currently holds the school record for assists in one game (15). Coach Stokes is also a graduate of Simon Gratz High School in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.