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Santimano named Head Women’s Basketball Coach at Bowdoin

The Bowdoin College Athletic Department has announced the hiring of Sacha Santimano as head coach of women’s basketball. Most recently the Head Women’s Basketball Coach and Assistant Athletic Director for Student-Athlete Academic Services at Eastern Nazarene (Mass.) College, Santimano assumes the position vacated by Adrienne Shibles, who accepted the head women’s basketball coaching position at

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Richter to step down as Women’s Basketball Coach at F&M

Franklin & Marshall women’s basketball head coach Kirsten Richter ’03 has announced that she will be stepping down from her position to pursue additional educational opportunities in a master’s degree program at the University of Pennsylvania. Richter will be with the College through June 2021 to assist with transition planning. A national search will be

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Ohio State’s Williams-Jeter takes over at D3 Wittenberg

Wittenberg University Vice President and Director of Athletics and Recreation Brian Agler announced that Dayton, Ohio, native Tamika Williams-Jeter has been selected as the tenth head coach in the history of the Wittenberg women’s basketball program. “We are very excited about Tamika leading our women’s basketball program. I’ve known her for 20 years, and I’m

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Bostick named head WBB Coach at MCLA

MCLA’s Director of Athletics Laura Mooney has announced the hiring of David Bostick as the new Women’s Basketball Coach. Bostick previously served as head coach at Becker College for the past seven seasons where twice he was named Coach of the Year in the New England Collegiate Conference (NECC). Bostick will begin his duties full

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Sokaitis resigns as head WBB coach at LVC

Lebanon Valley College’s Head Women’s Basketball Coach, Amy Sokaitis, announced this morning that she is resigning her position after seven seasons of leading the Flying Dutchmen. Sokaitis will head west to continue her coaching career, while also working more on the academic side of higher education. “I wish nothing but the best for Amy as she moves

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