Boston University women’s basketball head coach Kelly Greenberg has announced the promotion of Michael Leflar to associate head coach on the women’s basketball staff.
Leflar has served as an assistant coach on Greenberg’s staff for the past eight seasons and has helped guide the Terriers to a 149-101 record with five appearances in the America East title game and two trips to the Women’s National Invitation Tournament (WNIT). He has also assisted in the development of BU’s perimeter players, including two-time America East Player of the Year Chantell Alford and All-Conference First Team member Mo Moran.
As associate head coach, Leflar will continue to coordinate the Terriers’ recruiting efforts while developing the perimeter players and assisting with the day-to-day operations of the program.
Prior to arriving at BU, Leflar spent one year working under Greenberg at the University of Pennsylvania where the Quakers posted a 17-10 overall record en route to winning the Ivy League title and a trip to the NCAA tournament.
The 2002 Boston College graduate also spent a year as a graduate intern in the Lafayette College athletic communications office before getting his start in coaching.
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