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Aikens named WBB DBO at Seattle

Seattle University women’s basketball has announced the hiring of Brittany Aikens as Director of Operations for the 2020-21 season. Head Coach Suzy Barcomb has elevated Lexi Petersen to assistant coach and now has brought on Aikens to fill Petersen’s role for the upcoming campaign. “First, I want to thank Coach Barcomb for providing me with

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Cox resigns as Women’s Basketball coach at Cal Maritime

The 2011 NCAA D-II Women’s Basketball National Coach of the Year will hang up the whistle and return to Florida to be closer to his family as he becomes the Director of Athletics and School Advancement at Pathways Private School in Orlando.  In a normal offseason for Cal Maritime Head Women’s Basketball Coach Dennis Cox, he would visit his parents in

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St. Joseph’s College (L.I.) names Connolly new Head Women’s Basketball Coach

St. Joseph’s College (L.I.) Director of Athletics Melody Cope announced the hiring of Kerry Connolly as head coach of the institution’s women’s basketball program.   Connolly, the Assistant Basketball Director at Long Island Lightning and Island Garden Basketball, brings varied and extensive coaching experience to a program that made significant improvements in 2019-20, securing nine

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Alcorn State Women’s Basketball Staff Update

A pair of familiar faces returned to the Davey L. Whitney Complex as Lisa Powell and Elvis Robinson were hired as assistant women’s basketball coaches, announced by head coach Nathaniel Kilbert. Powell was a four-year letter winner with the Lady Braves from 1987-91 and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in education psychology from Alcorn. Robinson served

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Jones named top assistant at Midwestern State

One of the great clutch performers in Midwestern State women’s basketball history is returning to D.L. Ligon Coliseum. MSU Texas coach Christopher Reay announced the addition of Dianna Jones as the Mustangs’ top assistant. “Dianna is the prefect representation of Midwestern State Women’s Basketball,” he said. “Her time as a player for us was invaluable. She was

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