Queens University of Charlotte Head Women’s Basketball Coach Jen Brown has announced the addition of Vanessa Taylor to her staff as an assistant coach. Taylor joins the Royals after spending five years at Coastal Carolina University as the Chanticleers’ associate head women’s basketball coach. “Vanessa’s experience speaks for itself,” Brown stated. “She has had longevity and success as
Kennesaw State University women’s basketball head coach Agnus Berenato has announced her retirement after a 33-year head coaching career that included four institutions and 11 postseason appearances. During a career that has featured stops at Rider, Georgia Tech, Pittsburgh and Kennesaw State, Berenato has accumulated 483 victories and was awarded the WBCA Carol Eckman Integrity
Mandi Pierce, who has spent the past three seasons as the director of operations for the FGCU women’s basketball program, has been elevated to an assistant coaching position. “Mandi has done a great job for our program, and I am happy to see her earn the opportunity to become an assistant coach,” FGCU head coach
Shannon Murphy is returning to the FGCU women’s basketball program as an assistant coach. “Shannon has a great knowledge of the game, and she has a passion for helping players improve,” FGCU head coach Karl Smesko said. “She has a great understanding of FGCU basketball as she was an excellent point guard for us, and
Lipscomb University Athletic Director Philip Hutcheson announced Monday morning that Lauren Sumski has been named the fifth head coach in the history of the women’s basketball program. She becomes the first-ever female to lead the program. Sumski comes to Lipscomb after serving as head coach for the Rhodes College women’s basketball team where she compiled a
Lipscomb Athletics department announced that Greg Brown would no longer be serving as its head coach for women’s basketball. Brown’s tenure with Lipscomb lasted seven seasons. The head coach compiled an overall record of 44-164 during his time with the Bisons, including a 22-87 mark in ASUN play. While he was in charge of the program,
A familiar face will continue forging the path to unprecedented success for Jacksonville University women’s basketball as Darnell Haney was elevated to head coach following a nation-wide search, as announced Tuesday afternoon by JU Athletic Director Alex Ricker-Gilbert. “The Jacksonville University Athletic Department is ecstatic to announce the hiring of Darnell Haney as the next
Steve Lanpher has resigned from his position as women’s basketball head coach at New Jersey Institute of Technology Assistant Vice President/Director of Athletics Lenny Kaplan announced Thursday. Lanpher completed his sixth season at NJIT and posted an overall record of 55-124, including a mark of 7-35 in ASUN Conference play over the last three seasons.