Multiple sources have said that Southern Maine will name Sam Allen as their next head women’s basketball coach. Allen was an assistant to recently retired Gary Fifield last season. Before coming to Southern Maine in 2014, Allen was the Director of Basketball Operations at the University of Vermont. She played collegiately at Southern New Hampshire, and
Morrisville State Athletic Director Greg Carroll announced today that Erin Skaradek has been named head coach for women’s basketball and will officially begin her duties on July 1. For the past seven seasons Skaradek has been on the bench of the Oswego State women’s basketball team as assistant coach where she has helped guide the
Paul Vecchio, athletics director at Alfred University, has announced the appointment of Monique McLean as the Saxons’ new head coach of women’s basketball. McLean comes to AU from Bethany (WV) College, where she has served as an assistant coach for the women’s basketball team the last two seasons. She replaces former head coach Jay Murphy.
Alvernia University Director of Athletics Bill Stiles announced the hiring of Sheila Cook as Head Women’s Basketball Coach at a press conference Thursday held at the Physical Education Center. “We are thrilled to announce the hiring of Sheila Cook as Head Coach of Women’s Basketball here at Alvernia,” said Stiles. “Sheila has experienced success at
Patrick Daniel, a 1997 graduate of Towson University, was announced as Goucher’s new head women’s basketball coach. Daniel brings coaching experience from three previous Division III institutions, most recently as the head coach at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford. “We are fortunate to be able to attract a veteran coach such as Patrick Daniel,”
Long-time NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball assistant coach Mark Morefield has been named the new head coach of the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor women’s basketball program, UMHB Vice-President for Athletics Randy Mann announced. Morefield will officially assume head coaching duties on April 27th as he takes over a program that finished 13-13 overall and fell