Auburn University at Montgomery women’s basketball coach Dan Davis has announced the hiring of former standout Haley McIntyre as the assistant coach of the women’s basketball program.
McIntyre served as the team’s graduate assistant last season and spent two years as a student assistant with the program. She replaces former assistant coach Samantha Paradise, who accepted the head women’s basketball coaching position at Andrew College in Cuthbert, Ga.
During her playing career, McIntyre battled through a pair of knee injuries and scored 1,109 points, a total which ranks No. 11 all-time in school annals, while also pulling down 499 rebounds. She appeared in 119 career games, scoring in double figures 55 times. McIntyre was an all-conference performer as a junior and earned SSAC All-Freshman honors in her first season. She was also a three-time NAIA Scholar-Athlete and member of the conference All-Academic team.
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