Hawaii Pacific Head WBB Coach placed on leave

Hawaii Pacific released the following statement on the status of head women’s basketball coach Reid Takatsuka: Takatsuka is the winningest active collegiate basketball coach in the state of Hawaii. The veteran coach is his 11th season at HPU, and has a career record of 213-71. More on this story as it continues to develop.

WBB Coaching change made at D2 Claflin U

The Claflin University women’s basketball program will enter a new era as Terrence Jenkins was named the interim women’s basketball head coach, Tuesday evening. After a long career as an assistant coach with the Panthers men’s basketball program, Jenkins will take the helm of the Lady Panthers and he will look to lead the team

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D3 DIRT: SUNY Old Westbury opens

I can confirm that Michael Krasnoff is no longer the head women’s basketball coach at D3 SUNY Old Westbury. Word on the street is that he has landed at D2 school as the associate head coach. Krasnoff had been the head coach at Old Westbury for the past 19-seasons, where he compiled a 279-191 (.594)

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Robinson-Pratt named NSU Women’s Basketball Program Assistant Coach

Former Nova Southeastern Women’s Basketball standout and Class of 2021 NSU Athletics Hall of Fame inductee Danielle Robinson-Pratt is rejoining the program and will serve as an Assistant Coach for the Sharks Women’s Basketball team, announces Head Coach LeAnn Freeland-Curry.   “We are so excited Danielle will be joining our staff,” said Freeland-Curry. “She has been a huge part of our

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Jarrett named Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach & Academic Services Coordinator at PNW

Head Coach and Senior Woman Administrator Courtney Locke announced Natalie Jarrett has joined the Purdue Northwest women’s basketball staff as Assistant Coach and Academic Services Coordinator. In addition to her role with Women’s Basketball, Jarrett will lead the PNW Athletics Department academic support systems, priority registration, student-athlete welfare and will serve as liaison to Academic Affairs. “I

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