Vicki is a native of Upper Marlboro, Maryland. As a successful standout student-athlete, McDonald’s All-American nominee, and Adidas Top Ten her senior year in high school, Vicki Collier brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the league. She was heavily recruited by Division I & II colleges and universities. Choosing Old Dominion University (ODU), and during her four years, she won three Conference Titles under the legendary coach, Wendy Larry.
After leaving ODU due to knee injuries, Vicki transferred to Virginia Union University and helped her mom, Barvenia win the 2012 CIAA Northern Division Championship, where she made the ALL-CIAA team and lead the State of Virginia’s All-Star that same year. For the next three years, from 2012-15, Vickie would join the coaching staff as an assistant coach under the leadership of her mother, Coach Wooten.
In high school, Vickie lettered in Volley, Basketball, and track & field. She was the Maryland State High Jump Champion, and the Triple Jump Champion in 2004 and 2005 respectively. In addition to playing sports, she danced for Giddes Dance & Performance Teams of Largo High School, which earned her prestige and performances in the Washington Metropolitan Area.
Vicki earned her bachelor’s in Accounting from Old Dominion University in 2012. In 2016, she earned her Master’s Degree in Sports Management, from West Virginia University. Her playing career includes over six years of professional basketball with such teams as Lady Warriors of the WADA, Military Teams, including overseas in China.