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Ashley Williams named Assistant Basketball Coach at NC State

Wolfpack women’s basketball alumna Ashley Williams (Class of 2017) will make her return to Raleigh as an assistant coach on NC State’s staff, as announced by head coach Wes Moore. “We’re excited about bringing Ashley back home to NC State,” said Moore. “I’ve enjoyed watching from afar as she has developed and excelled in her coaching career. She

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Wake Forest fires Jen Hoover

Wake Forest University Director of Athletics John Currie announced today that women’s basketball head coach Jen Hoover has been relieved of her duties. “After a comprehensive review of the women’s basketball program, and with the support of President Susan R. Wente and University leadership, I have determined that it is time for a change in our head coaching position,” said

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Henry-Harris Named Director of Player Development at Georgia

Ebone Henry Harris — one of the greatest players in University of Albany women’s basketball history who was most recently on Katie Abrahamson-Henderson‘s staff at UCF— will serve as the Georgia Lady Bulldogs’ Director of Player Development.  Coach ‘ABE’ made the announcement Tuesday afternoon, adding her fourth staff member since being named head coach on March 26.  “I

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Barrett named Assistant WBB Coach at GT

Georgia Tech women’s basketball head coach Nell Fortner announced today LaSondra Barrett has joined the Yellow Jackets as an assistant coach. Barrett has spent the last three seasons at Houston. “We’re extremely excited to welcome LaSondra “Boogie” Barrett to Georgia Tech,” said Fortner. “LaSondra is making her way up the ranks as an excellent collegiate

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Robinson added as Associate Head Coach at Louisville

 University of Louisville women’s basketball head coach Jeff Walz announced on Thursday that he has added Shay Robinson, the former associate head coach at Ole Miss, as an associate coach. Robinson wrapped up his second season at Ole Miss under head coach Yolett McPhee-McCuin in 2021-22, and his first as the associate head coach. He has also spent time

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Miami’s Meier agrees to contract extension

The University of Miami and head women’s basketball coach Katie Meier have agreed to a contract extension, Vice President/Director of Athletics Dan Radakovich announced Monday. Meier, who is the all-time winningest coach (324-210) in Miami basketball history – men’s or women’s – received an additional two years on her contract, extending it through the 2026-27

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Lange added as Assistant WBB Coach at Duke

Duke women’s basketball head coach Kara Lawson announced Wednesday the addition of Karen Lange as assistant coach. Lange spent the past seven years at the University of Georgia as associate head coach, where she helped lead the Bulldogs to 140 victories, a .651 winning percentage and 64 wins in SEC play.  Lange and the Georgia squad advanced

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Wyckoff named Head Women’s Basketball Coach at Florida State

Story: Seminoles.com Florida State University Vice President and Director of Athletics Michael Alford announced Tuesday that women’s basketball Associate Head Coach Brooke Wyckoff has been named the Seminoles’ head coach replacing the recently retired Sue Semrau. Wyckoff, who is one of the finest players in Seminole history and a 2001 All-American, has been a member

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Syracuse announces Legette-Jack as new Head WBB Coach

Felisha Legette-Jack ’89 named the seventh head coach in program history Felisha Legette-Jack, a 1989 graduate of Syracuse University and Orange All-American, is coming home. The Syracuse native and 20-year collegiate head coach will take the reins of the Orange basketball program immediately. Legette-Jack is synonymous with Syracuse women’s basketball success. The 1985 BIG EAST Conference

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Florida State’s Semrau announces retirement

Sue Semrau, the longest-tenured head coach in the ACC and Florida State’s all-time winningest coach, announced Monday that she is retiring as head women’s basketball coach at Florida State University. The Associated Press, WBCA and ESPNW National Coach of the Year in 2015, Semrau guided the Seminoles to 16 NCAA Tournaments, Elite Eight appearances in

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