Mississippi State University Women’s Basketball Coach Nikki McCray-Penson has stepped down from her position, effective immediately, to focus on her health. McCray-Penson stated, “Over the past several weeks, I have been faced again with health concerns I had hoped were behind me. In light of these developments, I have decided to step away from coaching in
Story: Adam Nelson (@HD_DirtKing) I mentioned on Twitter this weekend that Doug Novak had resigned as the head men’s basketball coach at D3 Bethel College (MN) in order to accept a high major assistant job with a D1 women’s program. I can now confirm that he will be hired as the associate women’s basketball coach
Mississippi State women’s basketball head coach Nikki McCray-Penson announced Tuesday the hiring of Tamisha Augustin and Wesley Brooks as assistant coaches. “Tamisha and Wesley have been successful at developing players and helping programs win everywhere they have been, and I am really excited to have them in our program,” said McCray-Penson. “Tamisha has a championship pedigree.
According to multiple reports, Mississippi State is set to name Old Dominion’s Nikki McCray-Penson as their new head women’s basketball coach. She would replace Vic Schaefer, who departed for Texas last week. McCray-Penson was on WHoopDirt.com‘s list of candidates earlier in the week. The former University of Tennessee and WNBA standout just wrapped up her
The search to replace Vic Schaefer at Mississippi State is underway. I’ve talked to a bunch of people around this one, and here are the 5 names that I’ve heard the most: Johnnie Harris – Associate head coach Mississippi State. Had been with Schaefer for eight seasons at MSU. Also spent five seasons alongside
Guess who’s coming to the Forty…🏀🤘🏽 pic.twitter.com/hSAyjbvqTH — Chris Del Conte (@_delconte) April 5, 2020 The University of Texas has hired Mississippi State’s Vic Schaefer as their new head women’s basketball coach. He will replace Karen Aston who’s contract was not renewed last week. Schaefer has been the head coach at Mississippi Since 2012 –
A familiar face is returning to the Mississippi State women’s basketball sideline, as Elena Lovato is rejoining the program as the Bulldogs’ new assistant coach. Lovato, who served on Vic Schaefer’s staff the 2014-15 and 2015-16 seasons and had a hand in recruiting many of the players from State’s last two National Finalist teams, returns