Southland Conference

Harrell promoted to Associate Head WBB Coach at UNO

The New Orleans women’s basketball program would like to ring in the New Year with a special announcement as Wyketha Harrell, a six-year veteran of the Privateers coaching staff, has been promoted to Associate Head Coach. The move was made official by Vice President of Athletics and Recreation Tim Duncan, Associate Athletic Director and Senior Woman

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Houston Baptist Women’s Basketball Staff Update

Houston Baptist University has promoted Taylor Stahly to assistant women’s basketball coach and former Husky Kennedy Collins has been named graduate manager of operations, head coach Donna Finnie announced Tuesday. Stahly spent last season as the Huskies’ graduate student manager and will now move into her full-time role with the program. “Promoting Taylor was a no-brainer for

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Justice completes SHSU WBB Coaching Staff

Sam Houston head women’s basketball coach Ravon Justice has rounded out her coaching staff for the upcoming year, adding former McNeese assistant coach Brittany Bigott on Wednesday. Bigott, a native of Katy, comes to Sam Houston after spending the past two seasons as an assistant coach for the Cowgirls following a stint as a graduate assistant

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Northwestern State WBB Staff Update

Experience and familiarity personify the coaching staff for new Northwestern State women’s basketball coach Anna Nimz. Nimz announced the hiring of Leasa Ailshie, Mike Brown and Mike Pittman filling her coaching staff. The hirings are subject to approval by the Board of Supervisors of the University of Louisiana System, which governs Northwestern State. When building

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Cryer receives contract extension at McNeese State

McNeese Interim Athletics Director Tanner Stines has announced the contract extensions of men’s basketball coach Heath Schroyer and women’s head coach Kacie Cryer. Schroyer, who just completed the second year of his three- year contract, had his deal extended through the 2022-23 season while Cryer’s contract is a one-year extension through the 2020-21 slate. “In

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