CSU San Bernardino’s Director of Athletics Shawn Farrell announced today that Susan Crebbin will no longer serve as head women’s basketball coach. “There is a change in leadership in our women’s basketball program,” said Farrell. “I believe we have tremendous potential.” Crebbin has led the Coyotes the past four seasons, after coming from San Bernardino Valley College in
Itawamba Community College (MS) Head Women’s Basketball Coach Nanci Gray announced her retirement from coaching in a press conference at the Davis Event Center Thursday. Gray, a former player at then IJC, spent 13 seasons as the Lady Indians’ head coach. She accumulated a record of 250 wins and 101 losses. She won seven Mississippi
University of Oregon Director of Athletics Rob Mullens announced today that the UO has agreed to terms and is finalizing a contract extension with head women’s basketball coach Kelly Graves. The agreement, which is pending Board of Trustees approval, will run through the 2025-26 season. The extension will be funded through athletic sources. “The Oregon
Missouri Western Head Women’s Basketball Coach Rob Edmisson has announced he is stepping down from his position effective immediately. Coach Edmisson and Griffon Athletics invite supporters to a luncheon in the Hall of Fame room inside Spratt Memorial Stadium at 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 20. “After serious consideration, thought and prayer, I have decided
Director of Athletics Ralph Patterson has removed the interim tag from Joanna Tincher, formally making her the ninth head coach in the history of the Newberry women’s basketball program. “I am pleased to name Joanna Tincher as the Head Coach of our Women’s Basketball program,” remarked Patterson. “I believe that she has earned this opportunity,
Mohawk Valley Community College has appointed Emily C. Durr of Barneveld as head coach/athletic specialist in the Athletics, Physical Education, and Recreation Department. In this position, Durr will perform head coaching duties of the women’s basketball team and other athletic- and academic-related responsibilities. “We are excited to have one of the most iconic female student-athletes
Becky Martin ’80 has announced that she will retire at the end of the spring semester. Martin, who has served as head women’s basketball coach since 1981 and assistant athletics director and senior women’s administrator since 2008, has been on indefinite medical leave since August. Martin took over the reins of the women’s basketball program
After 25 years at Samford University, including the last 17 as the head women’s basketball coach, Mike Morris announced his retirement from coaching Monday evening. “This is definitely a bitter-sweet situation,” Morris said. “I’m excited, personally, about starting a second career in athletics, and I’m excited about the new direction of the women’s basketball program.
The University of Dallas has announced Bri Calver as the next head women’s basketball coach. She is the 16th person to be named at the helm for the program and has accepted her first head coaching appointment after spending the past six seasons as an assistant at two NCAA Division III schools (three seasons apiece).
Following the conclusion of the 2018-19 basketball season, Texas A&M-Kingsville Executive Director of Athletics and Campus Recreation Steve Roach announced a change in the women’s basketball leadership on Wednesday, as head coach Wade Scott and assistant coach DJ Slifer will not have their contracts renewed for the following year. “We appreciate Wade Scott and his staff’s dedication and commitment to the women’s basketball