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Minnesota’s Whalen to miss Rutgers game due to emergency surgery

The University of Minnesota has released the following statement on the status of head women’s basketball coach Lindsay Whalen: University of Minnesota women’s basketball head coach Lindsay Whalen had successful, emergency appendectomy surgery on Tuesday evening. She is recovering and will not coach the Gophers on Thursday at Rutgers. Carly Thibault-DuDonis will serve as Minnesota’s

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Whalen receives contract extension at Minnesota

The University of Minnesota and head women’s basketball coach Lindsay Whalen have agreed to a contract extension that will keep Whalen at her alma mater into 2024. The extension became official Friday after being approved at the Board of Regents meeting. One of the most decorated players in women’s basketball history, Whalen returned to the University of

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Minnesota Women’s Basketball Staff Update

Minnesota head coach Lindsay Whalen finalized her coaching staff Wednesday with the announcement of the return of Danielle O’Banion as assistant coach. Previously, Whalen had named Kelly Roysland and Carly Thibault-DuDonis as assistant coaches on her debut staff. O’Banion was an assistant coach for the Golden Gophers during its best five-season run in school history

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Tamisha Augustin Joins Minnesota Staff

Tamisha Augustin has joined the University of Minnesota women’s basketball coaching staff, head coachMarlene Stollings announced on Monday. Augustin assisted on Stollings’ VCU staff for one season before spending the past two years as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at UCF. “Tamisha’s return to my staff will give the Gophers a competitive advantage in our recruiting

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Striegler Added To Gopher Staff

University of Minnesota head women’s basketball coach Marlene Stollings today announced the addition of 25-year coaching veteran Gail Striegler to her coaching staff. Striegler spent the previous seven years establishing herself as the winningest head coach in Long Island University Brooklyn women’s basketball history. “It’s exciting to add such a highly accomplished coach and outstanding

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