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Wichita State Removes Head Basketball Coach Jody Adams-Birch for Weekend Games

The Wichita State Athletic Department announced that Shocker women’s basketball assistant coach Kirk Crawford will serve as the acting head coach for the team’s games Friday and Sunday. “In the best interests of the women’s basketball program, its student-athletes and WSU, I have asked Kirk Crawford to handle head coach duties this weekend,” WSU Director

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Maureen Magarity Wins 100th Game

Junior guards Olivia Healy (Reading, Mass.) and Brittni Lai (Irvington,  N.Y.) and junior center Carlie Pogue (Cincinnati, Ohio) combined for 45 points to lead the University of New Hampshire women’s basketball team to a record ninth straight win, 50-44, over Maine on Thursday night. The win gave UNH coach Maureen Magarity the 100th victory of

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HOT: Memphis Extends Head Women’s Basketball Coach Melissa McFerrin Through 2018-19 Season

The University of Memphis athletic department has awarded women’s basketball head coach Melissa McFerrin with a two-year contract extension, the third extension of her Memphis tenure, which will go through the 2018-19 season. “I am excited to announce that we have reached an agreement to extend Coach Melissa McFerrin’s contract through the 2018-19 season,” said

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Michigan State Women’s Basketball Head Coach Suzy Merchant to Take a Medical Leave of Absence

Michigan State women’s basketball head coach Suzy Merchant has taken a medical leave of absence from the Spartan women’s basketball program. Effective immediately, associate head coach Amaka Agugua will serve as interim head coach, during Merchant’s time away. Following Saturday’s (Jan. 14) game at Rutgers, Merchant remained in New Jersey to undergo more testing at

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University of Maine Head Women’s Basketball Coach Richard Barron to Take Indefinite Medical Leave

University of Maine women’s basketball coach Richard Barron will take an indefinite medical leave, effective Friday. “I appreciate the concern people have showed me over the past month,” Barron said in a news release. “My condition was not improving and the medication had side effects that interfered with coaching effectively. I care deeply for our

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