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NYU Women’s Basketball Adds New Staff Member

Will Ingersoll has been hired as an assistant coach of the New York University women’s basketball team. He will mainly be assisting Head Coach Meg Barber in scouting and player development. Ingersoll brings over nine years of coaching experience to his new position at NYU. His most recent job was as an assistant coach with

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Kelly Muffley Named CWRU Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach

Case Western Reserve University women’s basketball head coach Jennifer Reimer has announced the addition of Kelly Muffley to the program as the team’s assistant coach. “Kelly has invaluable experience combined with strong work ethic that is instantly going to move our program forward,” said Reimer.  “We are thrilled that she has joined our staff.” Muffley

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NYU Names Women’s Basketball Head Coach

Meg Barber has been hired as New York University’s 11th Head Women’s Basketball Coach, it was announced on Tuesday, June 5. A 2002 NYU graduate with a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics, Barber takes over the reins of the women’s basketball program possessing a wealth of college coaching experience. In her most recent position, Barber

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Hall-Gregory Resigns as Women’s Basketball Coach at NYU

Lauren Hall-Gregory, who took over as Head Coach of the New York University women’s basketball team prior to the 2012-13 season, has resigned effective June 11. The Vienna, VA, native led the Violets to a 103-58 record, which included three NCAA Division III Tournament appearances and two postseason Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Championship bids.

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Emory University Names Misha Jackson Head Women’s Basketball Coach

Emory University Athletics Director Dr. Michael Vienna has announced Misha Jackson’s appointment as head women’s basketball coach. Jackson was named the Eagles’ Interim Head Coach in mid-October following the resignation of Christy Thomaskutty, who served in that capacity for 14 years. Under Jackson’s guidance, the 2017-18 edition of Emory women’s basketball finished with an overall

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Christy Thomaskutty Resigns Emory University Head Women’s Basketball Coaching Post

Christy Thomaskutty, the head women’s basketball coach at Emory University since 2003, has announced her resignation. Thomaskutty cited health issues as the reason for her decision. Thomaskutty spent the past 14 years patrolling the Eagles’ sidelines, where she compiled an overall won-lost slate of 187-166. She compiled eight winning seasons, including a 24-4 slate in

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Fahey Wins 700th Game at Washington University

Washington University in St. Louis women’s basketball head coach Nancy Fahey became the fourth coach in NCAA Division III history to reach 700 wins as the No. 11-ranked Bears earned a 63-50 win at No. 21 and previously unbeaten Carnegie Mellon University Sunday afternoon. Fahey is the second-fastest coach in NCAA men’s and women’s basketball history to

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