Central Penn College is pleased to announce the hiring of Erin Miller as the head coach of the women’s basketball team. She has previous coaching experience in the Cumberland Valley Area and is excited for the new opportunity at CPC. “We are delighted that Coach Miller has decided to join our team at Central Penn,” said Kasey Hicks,
The Carlow University Department of Athletics has announced the hiring of Albert DeSalvo as the new women’s basketball head coach. DeSalvo, who was the assistant coach of the program for the past two years, will be starting his third year with the Celtics. “We are excited to have DeSalvo stay on as the head coach
Brian Scott has been named as the head women’s basketball coach at Great Bay Community College (NH). Scott, who took over as the Director of Athletics at the college in September, will be tasked with re-starting the women’s basketball program. Before coming to GBCC, Scott over saw club sports at the University of New Hampshire.
The W Department of Athletics is pleased to announce Coach Howard White, Jr. as the new head coach of the women’s basketball program at the Mississippi University for Women. White is excited about the reboot of The W’s women’s basketball program and stated that “This is an amazing opportunity for me to come in and
The ACPHS Department of Athletics and Recreation has named Cornelius Tavarres the next Head Women’s Basketball coach. Tavarres will enter his first season as the Head Women’s Basketball Coach at ACPHS and inherit a strong program that has seen annual trips to the USCAA National Championship tournament including a national championship in 2013, two successive
Jonathan Lamiotte has joined CSJ as head coach for the Women’s Basketball program. Lamiotte, who is also an admissions counselor at CSJ, most recently served as head women’s basketball coach and assistant men’s soccer coach for nearby Green Mountain College. Lamiotte takes over for former head coach Chris Wood, who helped lead the team to
WHoopDirt.com can confirm that Andrew Pelletier has resigned as the head coach at Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. His record over the past three seasons at ACPHS was 55-19. He won the HVIAC regular season championship in 2015 and 2016, and had qualified for three straight USCAA National Tournaments. He also won the 2016 HVIAC