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PostPosted: 12/11/17 11:58 am    ::: 2018 Coaching Movement Reply Reply with quote

This list is comprised of potential head/assistant/support staff openings ... it does not mean that the assistant wouldn't necessarily stay on that staff, but with the head coaching change, it is an assumption at the moment that a new HC would hire their own staff.

Coaching Movement 2018 12:04pm ET (4/23 ) *
Head Coaches = 14 Spots
Assistant Coaches = 140 Spots
DOBO = 40 Spots
Video = 16 Spots
Assistant DOBO = 5 Spots
Dir/Coor of Player Development/Engagement = 6 Spots
Director/Coordinator of Recruiting = 2

Open HC Spots
1. Monmouth
2. Delaware State
3. Canisius
4. N.J.I.T.
5. Presbyterian
6. Chicago State
7. South Carolina State
8. Gardner-Webb
9. St. Francis (NY)
10. Albany
11. Akron
12. Prairie View A&M
13. Northern Colorado
14. Texas-Rio Grande Valley

Open Power 5 AC Spots
1. Missouri - 1 (Not Filled 17-18 )
2. Texas Tech - 1
3. Boston College - 1
4. Ole Miss - 2
5. Washington State - 2
6. Virginia - 3
7. Clemson - 3
8. Northwestern - 1
9. Pitt - 3
10. LSU - 1
11. Minnesota - 2
12. Penn State - 1
13. Texas - 1
14. FSU - 1
15. NC State - 1
16. Maryland - 1

Open AC Spots (Schools in Potential 2-Bid Conferences)
1. Wichita State - 1
2. LaSalle - 3
3. Cincinnati - 1
4. USF - 1
5. ECU - 1
6. Saint Louis - 1
7. DePaul - 1

Open AC Spots (Schools traditionally in 1-bid conference)
1. UTSA - 1 (Not Filled 17-18 )
2. FAMU - 1 (Not Filled 17-18 )
3. Monmouth - 3
4. Indiana State - 2
5. Northern Arizona - 1
6. WKU - 1
7. Delaware State - 3
8. Utah State - 1
9. Illinois-Chicago - 3
10. UMass-Lowell - 3
11. Sam Houston State - 3
12. Bowling Green - 3
13. Canisius - 3
14. N.J.I.T. - 3
15. Longwood - 3
16. Valparaiso - 3
17. Southern Utah - 3
18. Presbyterian - 2
19. Boston - 3
20. Georgia State - 3
21. St Peter's - 2
22. Cleveland State - 3
23. Toledo - 1
24. Chicago State - 2
25. Jackson State - 3
26. South Carolina State - 2
27. Gardner-Webb - 3
28. Jacksonville - 3
29. St. Francis (NY) - 3
30. ODU - 1
31. UTEP - 1
32. Albany - 3
33. Akron - 3
34. Prairie View A&M - 3
35. Navy - 1
36. Wright State - 1
37. Ohio - 1
38. Austin Peay - 1
39. Northern Colorado - 3
40. ETSU - 1
41. Abilene Christian - 1
42. Central Arkansas - 1
43. Northwestern State - 1
44. Nebraska-Omaha - 1
45. UT-Arlington - 1
46. Portland - 1
47. Evansville - 1
48. Saint Mary's - 1
49. Belmont - 1
50. MTSU - 1
51. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi - 1
52. Memphis - 1
53. South Dakota - 1
54. New Mexico - 1
55. Quinnipiac - 1
56. Texas-Rio Grande Valley - 3

Open Staff (Operations) Spots
1. Michigan - Assistant DOBO (Not Filled 17-18 )
2. St. Peter's - DOBO (Not Filled 17-18 )
3. Longwood - DOBO (Not Filled 17-18 )
4. JMU - Assistant DOBO (Not Filled 17-18 )
5. Cal - Assistant DOBO (Not Filled 17-18 )
6. Monmouth - DOBO
7. Indiana State - DOBO
8. Kansas State - DOBO
9. North Texas - DOBO
10. Boston College - DOBO
11. Ole Miss - DOBO
12. LaSalle - DOBO
13. NC State - DOBO
14. Illinois-Chicago - DOBO
15. UMass-Lowell - DOBO
16. Bowling Green - DOBO
17. Canisius - DOBO
18. N.J.I.T. - DOBO
19. Valparaiso - DOBO
20. Southern Utah - DOBO
21. Washington State - DOBO
22. Boston - DOBO
23. Georgia State - DOBO
24. Cleveland State - DOBO
25. Virginia - DOBO
26. Virginia - Assistant DOBO
27. Cincinnati - DOBO
28. WKU - DOBO
29. Clemson - DOBO
30. Clemson - Director of Recruiting
31. Pitt - DOBO
32. Minnesota - DOBO
33. Minnesota - Asst DOBO
34. UW-Green Bay - DOBO
35. Albany - DOBO
36. Akron - DOBO
37. Lamar - DOBO
38. Prairie View A&M - DOBO
39. Long Island - DOBO
40. Northern Colorado - DOBO
41. Western Illinois - DOBO
42. Marquette - Coordinator of Recruiting
43. ECU - DOBO
44. SMU - DOBO
45. Texas-Rio Grande Valley - DOBO
46. Northern Arizona - DOBO

Open Staff (Video/Player Dev) Spots
1. Arkansas - Director of Student-Athlete Development (Not Filled 17-18 )
2. CS Fullerton - Video (Not Filled 17-18 )
3. Creighton - Video (Not Filled 17-18 )
4. Colorado State - Video (Not Filled 17-18 )
5. Northwestern - Dir of Plyr Dev (Not Filled 17-18 )
6. Texas Tech - Video
7. Texas Tech - Dir of Plyr Dev
8. Indiana State - Video
9. Iowa State - Coor of Plyr Dev
10. Boston College - Video
11. Ole Miss - Video
12. Ole Miss - Coordinator of Plyr Engagement
13. Bowling Green - Video
14. Washington State - Video
15. Virginia - Video
16. Cincinnati - Video
17. Cincinnati - Director of Player Development
18. Clemson - Video
19. Pitt - Video
20. Minnesota - Video
21. SMU - Video
22. Gonzaga - Video

HC to HC
1. Michelle Clark Heard - Cincinnati HC (WKU HC)
2. Yolett McPhee-McCuin - Ole Miss HC (Jacksonville HC)
3. Marlene Stollings - Texas Tech HC (Minnesota HC)
4. Joanna Bernabei-McNamee - Boston College HC (Albany HC)
5. Ravon Justice - Sam Houston State HC (Prairie View A&M HC)
6. Kamie Ethridge - Washington State HC (Northern Colorado HC)

Interim HC to HC
1. Amy Vachon - Maine HC (Maine Interim HC)

WNBA HC to HC
1.

AC to HC
1. Vicki Hall - Indiana State HC (Toledo AC)
2. Greg Collins - WKU HC (WKU AC)
3. Tasha Pointer - UIC HC (Northwestern AC)
4. Darnell Haney - Jacksonville HC (Jacksonville AC)
5. Tom Garrick - U-Mass Lowell HC (Boston College AC)
6. Rebecca Tillett - Longwood HC (Navy AC)
7. Mary Perry Evans - Valparaiso HC (Ohio AC)
8. Tina Thompson - Virginia HC (Texas AC)
9. Marisa Moseley - Boston HC (UConn AC)
10. Lance White - Pitt HC (FSU AC)
11. Tracy Sanders - Southern Utah HC (Saint Mary's AC)
12. Gene Hill - Georgia State HC (NC State AC)
13. Mountain MacGillivray - LaSalle HC (Quinnipiac AC)

AC to Interim HC
1.

Former Player to AC
1. Lindsay Whalen - Minnesota HC (Minnesota Player 2004)

HS to HC
1.

MBB AC to HC
1.

MBB HC DII/DIII/NAIA to HC
1.

Skill Developer to HC
1.

Not in Business to HC
1. Amanda Butler - Clemson HC (Florida HC 2016-17)

DII HC to HC
1. Robyn Fralick - Bowling Green HC (Ashland HC)
2. Chris Kielsmeier - Cleveland State HC (Wayne State College HC)

DIII HC to HC
1. Marc Mitchell - St. Peter's HC (FDU-Florham HC)

JUCO HC to HC
1. Tomekia Reed - Jackson State HC (Hinds CC HC)

NAIA HC to HC
1.

Professional Coach to HC
1.

DI HC to MBB DI HC
1. Richard Barron - Maine MBB HC (Maine WBB HC)

DI HC to DII HC
1.

DI HC to JUCO HC
1. Brenda Nichols - Bossier Parish CC HC (Sam Houston State HC)

DI HC to NAIA HC
1. Rick Reeves - Cumberlands HC (Gardner-Webb HC)

HC to HS HC
1.

AC to DII HC
1.

AC to DIII HC
1. David Saur - Chatham HC (UL-Monroe AC)

AC to JUCO HC
1. Bill Damuth - Grayson College HC (Wichita State AC)

AC to NAIA HC
1. Megan Leuzinger - Evangel HC (Valparaiso AC)

AC to MBB DII/DIII HC
1.

Support Staff to DII/DIII/NAIA HC
1. Hannah Quilling-Iverson - UW-Stout HC (UW-Green Bay DOBO)

HC to Athletic Director
1.

HC to AC
1.

Interim HC to AC
1.

HC to HS AC
1.

HC to Business World
1.

HC to Sports Industry
1. Kate Peterson-Abiad - WIAA Assistant Director (Cleveland State HC)

HC to MBB Support Staff
1.

HC to Retired
1. Joanne Boyle - Virginia HC
2. John Thurston - St. Francis (NY) HC
3. Jodi Kest - Akron HC

HC to Out
1.

MBB HC to AC
1.

AC to AC
1. Melissa Kolbe - Cincinnati AC (WKU AC)
2. Roman Tubner - Indiana State AC (Austin Peay AC)
3. Nikita Lowry-Dawkins - Texas Tech AC (Minnesota AC)
4. Semeka Randall - Cincinnati AC (Wright State AC)
5. Drew Muscatell - Idaho AC (Portland AC)
6. Jauwan Scaife - Murray State AC (Evansville AC)
7. Tony Greene - Ole Miss AC (Toledo AC)
8. LaNitra Perry - Toledo AC (Memphis AC)
9. Jasmine Lister - UConn AC (DePaul AC)
10. Kayla Tetschlag - Wisconsin AC (South Dakota AC)
11. Yolanda Griffith - Boston College AC (Albany AC)
12. AJ Cohen - Boston College AC (Albany AC)
13. Erin Grant - Texas Tech AC (New Mexico AC)
14. Alex Delanian - Hawaii AC (UC Santa Barbara AC)
15. Shimmy Gray-Miller - Clemson AC (Texas Tech AC)
16. Laurie Koehn - Washington State AC (Northern Colorado AC)
17. Bett Shelby - UNC AC (Maryland AC)

AC to WNBA AC
1.

AC to Administrative Role
1.

AC to WNBA Support Staff
1.

Private Bball Sector to AC
1.

DII/DIII/NAIA HC to AC
1. Jory Collins - Kansas AC (Emporia State HC)
2. Kelly Roysland - Minnesota AC (Macalester HC)

DII/DIII/NAIA AC to AC
1.

Volunteer to AC
1.

Basketball Analyst to AC
1.

WNBA HC to AC
1.

WNBA AC to AC
1.

NBA Development to AC
1.

Administator to AC
1.

AC to NBA Admin
1.

JUCO HC to AC
1.

JUCO AC to AC
1.

Support Staff to DII HC
1.

Support Staff to AC
1. Cameron Miles - Lamar AC (Lamar DOBO)
2. Jaci Inman - Oral Roberts AC (Oral Roberts DOBO)
3. Nneka Enemkpali - UC Santa Barbara AC (Gonzaga Video)

GA to AC
1. Jhasmin Bowen - WKU AC (WKU GA)
2. Tiffany Porter-Talbert - WKU AC (Doane GA)

Athletics GA to AC
1.

Former Player to AC
1.

HS to AC
1.

HS Boys to AC
1.

Out of Business to AC
1.

International Coach to AC
1.

AAU to AC
1.

MBB AC to AC
1.

MBB Support Staff to AC
1.

CBA Pros to AC
1.

Former MBB Player to AC
1.

AC to DII/DIII/JUCO/NAIA AC
1.

AC to HS HC
1.

AC to AAU
1.

AC to Private Basketball Sector
1.

AC to Out
1.

AC to Retired
1.

Support Staff to DII/DIII/NAIA AC
1.

Support Staff to HS HC
1. Nikki Nellen - Catholic Memorial HS HC (Marquette Coor of Recruiting)

Manager/Intern to AC
1.

Practice Player to AC
1.

Business World to AC
1.

AC to MBB AC
1.

AC to High School/AAU
1.

AC to Officiating
1.

HC to Support Staff
1. Larry Tidwell - Texas Tech Chief of Staff (Texas-Rio Grande Valley HC)

AC to Support Staff
1. Chris Wallace - Oral Roberts DOBO (Oral Roberts AC)

DII/DIII/NAIA/JUCO HC to Support Staff
1.

DII/DIII/NAIA/JUCO AC to Support Staff
1. Cortni Rush - Drake DOBO (NIACC AC)

AC to College Administration
1.

AC to HS Administration
1.

AC to HS Teacher
1.

AC to Playing Professional
1.

AC to Business World
1.

AC to Back to School
1.

HS to Support Staff
1.

Support Staff to Support Staff
1. Christine Elliott - Tulsa DOBO (Tulsa Dir of Plyr Dev)
2. Tiffanie Couts - Texas Tech DOBO (Minnesota DOBO)

Other Athletics Personnel to Support Staff
1.

Other School Personnel to Support Staff
1.

Student AC to Support Staff
1. Kelsee Grovey - Tulsa Dir of Plyr Dev (Tulsa GA)

GA to Support Staff
1.

Intern to Support Staff
1.

MBB JUCO AC to Support Staff
1.

Out of MBB to Support Staff
1.

Support Staff to MBB Support Staff
1.

MBB Support Staff to Support Staff
1.

MBB GA to Support Staff
1.

Athletics GA to Support Staff
1.

Former Player to Support Staff
1.

Manager to Support Staff
1.

Unknown to Support Staff
1.

MBB Manager to Support Staff
1.

Practice Player to Support Staff
1.

WBCA to Support Staff
1.

Conference Office to Support Staff
1.

AAU to Support Staff
1.

Private Bball Sector to Support Staff
1.

Out to Support Staff
1.

Professional to Support Staff
1.

Administrative Asst to Support Staff
1.

WNBA Support Staff to Support Staff
1.

DII/III AC MBB to Support Staff
1.

Support Staff MBB to Support Staff
1.

Support Staff/GA/Other to MBB Support Staff
1.

Support Staff to NBA
1.

Support Staff/GA/Other to HS
1.

Support Staff to College Athletics Position
1.

Support Staff to Out
1. Carly Grenfell - PGA Digital Content Specialist (Drake DOBO)
2. Becky Adams - Basketball Travelers (SMU DOBO)

Available Coaches (Females) -
1. Jenny Palmateer - Monmouth HC
2. Jody Craig - Monmouth AC
3. Janet Butler - Monmouth AC
4. Candice Whitaker - Texas Tech HC
5. Melanie Balcomb - Texas Tech AC
6. Brandi Poole - Texas Tech AC
7. Sheryl Swoopes - Texas Tech AC/Dir of Plyr Dev
8. Janet Eaton - Indiana State AC
9. Vivian Frieson - Northern Arizona AC
10. Brittany Parker - WKU AC
11. Barbara Burgess - Delaware State HC
12. Felicia Kemp - Delaware State AC
13. Yvonne Hawkins - Boston College AC
14. Latara King - Boston College AC
15. Brittany Hudson - Ole Miss AC
16. Alex Simmons - Ole Miss AC
17. Kam Gissendanner - LaSalle AC
18. Dalila Eshe - LaSalle AC
19. Khadijah Rushdan - LaSalle AC
20. Kelsie Kruger - Utah State AC
21. Aubrey Reese - Murray State AC
22. Regina Miller - Illinois Chicago HC
23. Frozena Jerro - Illinois Chicago AC
24. Pamela Huntley - Illinois Chicago AC
25. Kristen Morris - Illinois Chicago AC
26. Jenerrie Harris - UMass-Lowell AC
27. Kara Kelly - UMass-Lowell AC
28. Julie Plant - UMass-Lowell AC
29. Rosalind Jennings - Sam Houston State AC
30. LaToya Bennett - Sam Houston State AC
31. Jennifer Roos - Bowling Green HC
32. Jacey Brooks - Bowling Green AC
33. Jessie Ivey - Bowling Green AC
34. Megan Shoniker - Canisius AC
35. Liz Flooks - N.J.I.T. AC
36. Rayven Johnson - N.J.I.T. AC
37. Sherrie Tucker - Longwood AC
38. Tracey Dorow - Valparaiso HC
39. Anne Freitas Sabatini - Southern Utah AC
40. June Daughterty - Washington State HC
41. Ashley Gill - Washington State AC
42. Megan Buckland - Presbyterian AC
43. Jordan Hiatt - Presbyterian AC
44. Katie O'Connor - Kansas AC
45. Sharon Baldwin - Georgia State HC
46. Kelly Mathis - Georgia State AC
47. Jasmine Young - Georgia State AC
48. Katy Steding - Boston HC
49. Cindy Blodgett - Boston AC
50. Jenny Thigpen - Boston AC
51. Pat Coyle - St. Peter's HC
52. Phyllis Mangina - St. Peter's AC
53. Antonia Smith - St. Peter's AC
54. Stephanie Mentz-Bruce - Cleveland State AC
55. Sasha Palmer - Wisconsin AC
56. La'Keshia Frett Meredith - Virginia AC
57. Katherine Graham - Virginia AC
58. Jamelle Elliott - Cincinnati HC
59. Tamisha Augustin - Cincinnati AC
60. Angela Jackson - Chicago State HC
61. Renada Blackburn - Chicago State AC
62. Tonishea Mack - Chicago State AC
63. Surina Dixon - Jackson State HC
64. Bridget Robinson - Jackson State AC
65. Audra Smith - Clemson HC
66. Tiffany Sardin - Clemson AC
67. Alexis Pace - South Carolina State AC
68. Ralph Patin - Gardner-Webb AC
69. LaQuanda Dawkins - Jacksonville AC
70. Stephanie Edwards - Jacksonville AC
71. Suzie McConnell-Serio - Pitt HC
72. Kathy McConnell-Miller - Pitt AC
73. Lindsay Richards - Pitt AC
74. Mickie DeMoss - LSU AC
75. Dionne Dodson - St. Francis (NY) AC
76. Ranait Griff - St. Francis (NY) AC
77. Leah Fechko - St. Francis (NY) AC
78. Gail Striegler - Minnesota AC
79. Nicole Dunson - UTEP AC
80. Jocelyn Wyatt - Penn State AC
81. Melissa Jackson - Akron AC
82. Brianna Sanders - Akron AC
83. Brittany Mason - Prairie View A&M AC
84. Kelly Moylan - Northern Colorado AC
85. Katie Shepard - Northern Colorado AC
86. Nikki Davis - ETSU AC
87. Anissa Jackson - Central Arkansas AC
88. Erin Crane - Northwestern State AC
89. Kristin Cole - UT-Arlington AC
90. Kaylena Andersen - Texas-Rio Grande Valley AC
91. Tracey Williams-Johnson - UNC AC

Available Coaches (Males) -
1. James Young - Monmouth AC
2. Joey Wells - Indiana State HC
3. Josh Keister - Indiana State AC
4. Evan Dodd - Indiana State AC
5. Kyle Adams - Delaware State AC
6. Donell Thomas - Delaware State AC
7. Erik Johnson - Boston College HC
8. Matt Insell - Ole Miss HC
9. George Porcha - Ole Miss AC
10. Jeff Williams - LaSalle HC
11. Will Alton - UMass-Lowell AC
12. Jaime Gonzales - Sam Houston State AC
13. Nick Moore - Bowling Green AC
14. Terry Zeh - Canisius HC
15. Michael Groulx - Canisius AC
16. Steve Lanpher - N.J.I.T. HC
17. Bob Dubina - N.J.I.T. AC
18. Bill Reinson - Longwood HC
19. Antwon Harris - Longwood AC
20. Messiah Reames - Longwood AC
21. Justin Rees - Valparaiso AC
22. Clyde Manns - Valparaiso AC
23. Chris Boettcher - Southern Utah HC
24. Dionisio Gomez - Southern Utah AC
25. Robert Yonce - Southern Utah AC
26. Mike Daugherty - Washington State AC
27. Rod Jensen - Washington State AC
28. Todd Steelman - Presbyterian HC
29. Tron Griffin - Georgia State AC
30. Ben Chase - Boston AC
31. Oties Epps - Cleveland State AC
32. Kevin McManaman - Cleveland State AC
33. Tim Taylor - Virginia AC
34. Eddie Benton - Cincinnati AC
35. Geoff Lanier - Cincinnati AC
36. Terrence Johnson - Jackson State AC
37. Scottie Haralson - Jackson State AC
38. Daryl Oliver - Clemson AC
39. Edgar Farmer - Clemson AC
40. Doug Robertson Jr. - South Carolina State HC
41. Rodd Woods - South Carolina State AC
42. Cierra Harris - Gardner-Webb AC
43. Cetera DeGraffenreid - Gardner-Webb AC
44. Amadou Koundoul - Pitt AC
45. Marty McGillan - Minnesota AC
46. Jeff Osterman - USF AC
47. Richard Fortune - ODU AC
48. Tony Perotti - Albany AC
49. Preston Reid - Akron AC
50. Aaron Swinson - Prairie View A&M AC
51. Spencer Robertson - Prairie View A&M AC
52. Kyle Felan - Texas A&M AC
53. Kirk Walker - Nebraska-Omaha AC
54. Rich Conover - ECU AC
55. Mike Geary - Saint Louis AC
56. Anthony Anderson - Texas-Rio Grande Valley AC
57. Yannick Denson - Texas-Rio Grande Valley AC

Available Support Staff
1. Chelsea Wolf - Monmouth DOBO
2. Darrion Hutchinson - Indiana State DOBO
3. Caitlyn Worry - Indiana State VideoA
4. Melissa Maines - Texas Tech DOBO
5. Meghan Bielich - Texas Tech Video
6. Adam Urness - Iowa State Coordinator of Plyr Dev
7. Katie Bell - Kansas State DOBO
8. Becky Neu - North Texas DOBO
9. Chris Brann - Boston College DOBO
10. Marcus Shelmidine - Boston College Video
11. Drew Landers - Ole Miss DOBO
12. Garner Small - Ole Miss Video
13. Armintie Price Herrington - Ole Miss Coor of Plyr Eng
13. Gina Catanzariti - LaSalle DOBO
14. Mike Murray - NC State DOBO
15. Michael Fahey - Illinois-Chicago DOBO
16. Jonathan Krebsner - UMass-Lowell DOBO
17. Monique Rosati - Bowling Green DOBO
18. Amanda Cutcher - Bowling Green Video
19. Jess Pham - Canisius DOBO
20. Lauren Bowler - N.J.I.T. DOBO
21. Kevin Clark - Valparaiso DOBO
22. Bryce Martin - Southern Utah DOBO
23. Kater Werner - Washington State DOBO
24. Katie Bonhoff - Washington State Video
25. Portia Jones - Georgia State DOBO
26. Mike Karon - Boston DOBO
27. Kelly Bruce - Cleveland State DOBO
28. Sarah Holsinger - Virginia DOBO
29. Andrew Yates - Virginia Video
30. Kate Martin - Virginia Asst DOBO
31. Dana Rieger - Cincinnati DOBO
32. Zach Anderson - Cincinnati Video
33. Hannah Gentry - Cincinnati Dir. of Plyr Dev
34. Ervin Williams - WKU DOBO
35. Kathy Becker - Clemson DOBO
36. Ed Mahan - Clemson Video
37. Kat Owens - Clemson Dir of Recruiting
38. Letoya Twitty - Gardner-Webb DOBO
39. Brianne O'Rourke - Pitt DOBO
40. April Robinson - Pitt Video
41. Ben Dolezal - Minnesota Asst DOBO
42. Greg Haag- Minnesota Video
43. Elizabeth Tapler - Albany DOBO
44. Candace Smith - Akron DOBO
45. Ari Wideman - Prairie View A&M DOBO
46. Deb Patterson - Northern Colorado DOBO
47. Mike Dashner - Western Illinois DOBO
48. Jazz Weaver - ECU DOBO
49. Amanda Dunbebin - Tulsa DOBO
50. Rusty Laverentz - Texas-Rio Grande Valley DOBO
51. Kate Carns - Northern Arizona DOBO




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PostPosted: 01/01/18 9:52 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Texas Tech fires women’s basketball coach Candi Whitaker

https://www.washingtonpost.com/sports/colleges/texas-tech-fires-womens-basketball-coach-candi-whitaker/2018/01/01/761fb81c-ef44-11e7-95e3-eff284e71c8d_story.html

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Assistant coach Shimmy Gray-Miller will take over as the interim coach and lead the program for the remainder of the season.



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PostPosted: 01/01/18 11:19 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Balcomb resigned a week ago. Whats going on here....


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PostPosted: 01/02/18 10:17 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Lillian Hidgepork wrote:
Balcomb resigned a week ago. Whats going on here....


As discussed in the Hot Seat thread, Balcomb resigned "to focus on dealing with a family medical issue."


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PostPosted: 01/02/18 10:28 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

FrozenLVFan wrote:
Lillian Hidgepork wrote:
Balcomb resigned a week ago. Whats going on here....


As discussed in the Hot Seat thread, Balcomb resigned "to focus on dealing with a family medical issue."


There's rumour that Balcomb had it out with Candace before she left.



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PostPosted: 01/02/18 11:31 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Joey Wells Resigns as Head Coach at Indiana State

http://www.gosycamores.com/news/2018/1/2/womens-basketball-joey-wells-resigns-as-head-coach-at-indiana-state.aspx

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Josh Keister, who has previous head coaching experience at Missouri Western and held a recruiting coordinator title while previously an assistant at TCU, will serve as head coach in the interim.



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pilight wrote:
Joey Wells Resigns as Head Coach at Indiana State

http://www.gosycamores.com/news/2018/1/2/womens-basketball-joey-wells-resigns-as-head-coach-at-indiana-state.aspx

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Josh Keister, who has previous head coaching experience at Missouri Western and held a recruiting coordinator title while previously an assistant at TCU, will serve as head coach in the interim.


It's weird to see a mid-major, with little history of success, fire a coach midseason. There has to be something else going on here.


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PUmatty wrote:
pilight wrote:
Joey Wells Resigns as Head Coach at Indiana State

http://www.gosycamores.com/news/2018/1/2/womens-basketball-joey-wells-resigns-as-head-coach-at-indiana-state.aspx

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Josh Keister, who has previous head coaching experience at Missouri Western and held a recruiting coordinator title while previously an assistant at TCU, will serve as head coach in the interim.


It's weird to see a mid-major, with little history of success, fire a coach midseason. There has to be something else going on here.


Fire? What's your basis for assuming the article is wrong?

It may be, but I'm just wondering what you know that isn't in the article.


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PostPosted: 01/04/18 4:05 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Phil wrote:
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pilight wrote:
Joey Wells Resigns as Head Coach at Indiana State

http://www.gosycamores.com/news/2018/1/2/womens-basketball-joey-wells-resigns-as-head-coach-at-indiana-state.aspx

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Josh Keister, who has previous head coaching experience at Missouri Western and held a recruiting coordinator title while previously an assistant at TCU, will serve as head coach in the interim.


It's weird to see a mid-major, with little history of success, fire a coach midseason. There has to be something else going on here.


Fire? What's your basis for assuming the article is wrong?

It may be, but I'm just wondering what you know that isn't in the article.


The AD's quote in the article makes it pretty clear, IMO.

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"After meeting with him this morning Joey Wells has submitted his resignation as head women's basketball coach," Clinkscales said. "The team's competitive performance over the past three years and specifically its performance over the last year and half have not shown the progress that either Coach Wells or I had hoped. "


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PostPosted: 01/04/18 5:47 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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Balcomb resigned a week ago. Whats going on here....


As discussed in the Hot Seat thread, Balcomb resigned "to focus on dealing with a family medical issue."


Thats some BS.


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The medical issue: Balcomb was sick and tired of working at Texas Tech.



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The medical issue: Balcomb was sick and tired of working at Texas Tech.


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They may have decided to go with just 3 assistant coaches. I see 4 assistant coaches in the roster picture for 2015-16 but only 3 listed on the page (Michael Porter Sr. not listed). Same thing for 2016-17,4 assistant coaches when they took the roster picture, but only 3 listed on the roster page (Raeshara Brown not listed).


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Thats my guess, Brown left after last season, so I am assuming they were waiting on someone (post season this year). Maybe Porter will slide back over if his boys go Pro after season?


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Iowa State Coordinator of Plyr Dev resigned ...

http://www.amestrib.com/sports/20180112/womens-basketball-urness-resigns-amid-twitter-message-scandal


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Iowa State Coordinator of Plyr Dev resigned ...

http://www.amestrib.com/sports/20180112/womens-basketball-urness-resigns-amid-twitter-message-scandal


That is one of the most disgusting things I've read recently. I saw it last night on Twitter and thought "how effing juvenile!" I'd say his career in basketball, player development or otherwise, is toast.



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thefutureisbright wrote:
Iowa State Coordinator of Plyr Dev resigned ...

http://www.amestrib.com/sports/20180112/womens-basketball-urness-resigns-amid-twitter-message-scandal


That is one of the most disgusting things I've read recently. I saw it last night on Twitter and thought "how effing juvenile!" I'd say his career in basketball, player development or otherwise, is toast.


He could run for President of the United States.



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Connie Yori finally back to work as an advisor to Creighton women's basketball

http://www.omaha.com/creighton/womens-basketball/connie-yori-returns-to-roots-takes-role-as-creighton-women/article_59d1c068-008f-11e8-bf86-bba429352a95.html



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Washington State University coach June Dougherty is taking A medical leave of absence from her team. Her husband, and associate on the team, will coach the team in her absence.



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Lake Erie College fired their longtime basketball coach, Bob Booher, along with the assistant coach Darren Jones. Graduate assistant Sarah Bonar is how the head coach and Sharday Baines has been added to the staff. (Not familiar with this school, assume they are D-II or D-III or maybe even NAIA, but I thought that was a pretty extreme step!)
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Lake Erie College fired their longtime basketball coach, Bob Booher, along with the assistant coach Darren Jones. Graduate assistant Sarah Bonar is how the head coach and Sharday Baines has been added to the staff. (Not familiar with this school, assume they are D-II or D-III or maybe even NAIA, but I thought that was a pretty extreme step!)
https://whoopdirt.com/lake-erie-college-fires-womens-basketball-coach-bob-booher/


Lake Eric College is in D-II.

http://www.news-herald.com/sports/20180123/bob-booher-fired-as-lake-erie-college-womens-basketball-coach

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LEC director of public relations Michelle Kolk said Booher was dismissed for what she called "an unspecified violation of the employee handbook." She declined to elaborate further on the violation.

In a telephone interview with The News-Herald, Booher confirmed his firing and said Jones was not cited for any infraction. Booher said he was informed of his dismissal Jan. 22 by Kish and Andrea Myers, LEC’s director of human resources.

"I have no comment beyond saying this hit me out of left field," Booher said.



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Wichita State will have opening ... as Bill Damuth has taken over Grayson College program.

http://www.kxii.com/content/sports/Grayson-hires-new-basketball-coaches-to-lead-re-launch-of-program-474218383.html


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Delaware State job is now open. https://www.delawareonline.com/story/sports/college/ud/2018/02/22/walker-reportedly-out-delaware-state-basketball-coach/363355002/


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Erik Johnson has resigned from Boston College after six seasons. Story Link
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Erik Johnson has resigned from Boston College after six seasons. Story Link


Had a feeling that was coming...too bad, I really like Erik. Hopefully he can land on his feet in a top assistant position with a good program.


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Erik Johnson has resigned from Boston College after six seasons. Story Link


Had a feeling that was coming...too bad, I really like Erik. Hopefully he can land on his feet in a top assistant position with a good program.


I was really hoping that Erik Johnson could resurrect BC and bring back the success of the Inglese years.

On a personal level, I wanted him to succeed after having endured the tragedy of losing his son (who was four years old at the time).

http://denver.cbslocal.com/2012/03/06/du-womens-basketball-coach-erik-johnson-copes-with-tragedy/


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Erik Johnson has resigned from Boston College after six seasons. Story Link


Had a feeling that was coming...too bad, I really like Erik. Hopefully he can land on his feet in a top assistant position with a good program.


I was really hoping that Erik Johnson could resurrect BC and bring back the success of the Inglese years.

On a personal level, I wanted him to succeed after having endured the tragedy of losing his son (who was four years old at the time).

http://denver.cbslocal.com/2012/03/06/du-womens-basketball-coach-erik-johnson-copes-with-tragedy/


Sadly, he managed to keep the program in the basement of the ACC for his entire tenure. BC is sadly misplaced, however, and needs to get outtathere ASAP. They would be an excellent fit in any mid-major conference that plays football, and we'd welcome them in the CAA, where they could be a crosstown rival for Northeastern.



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Erik Johnson has resigned from Boston College after six seasons. Story Link


Had a feeling that was coming...too bad, I really like Erik. Hopefully he can land on his feet in a top assistant position with a good program.


I was really hoping that Erik Johnson could resurrect BC and bring back the success of the Inglese years.

On a personal level, I wanted him to succeed after having endured the tragedy of losing his son (who was four years old at the time).

http://denver.cbslocal.com/2012/03/06/du-womens-basketball-coach-erik-johnson-copes-with-tragedy/


Sorry to hear about his son. Being someone who has also lost a child, I applaud him for talking about the loss - I wish people weren't so afraid to talk about the topic.


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Matt Insell out at Ole Miss

http://www.olemisssports.com/sports/w-baskbl/spec-rel/030218aaa.html



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Matt Insell out at Ole Miss

http://www.olemisssports.com/sports/w-baskbl/spec-rel/030218aaa.html


Surprised not surprised.



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Matt Insell out at Ole Miss

http://www.olemisssports.com/sports/w-baskbl/spec-rel/030218aaa.html


Surprised not surprised.


His name has been mentioned in the various hot seat threads for the last couple of seasons so this really isn't a surprise. There's some crappy teams in the SEC with a lot of first second and third year coaches and somehow Insell managed to lose to all of them.



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SEC is certainly brutal and I imagine Ole Miss is a tougher sell to recruits than say Vanderbilt or Florida (if you’re talking basement dwellers in the league right now).

Who gets the Ole Miss job? Do you look for experience in the league and give a veteran another shot like Amanda Butler or Susie Gardener? Or an up and comer like Carly Thibault? Time to call up a Gillom sister?


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Jeff Williams out at LaSalle

http://www.goexplorers.com/news/2018/3/2/contract-will-not-be-renewed-for-head-womens-basketball-coach-jeff-williams.aspx?path=wbball



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It an uncommon basketball move ...

Richard Barron is named Maine Men's Basketball HC

http://www.goblackbears.com/news/2018/3/5/barron-named-umaine-mens-basketball-head-coach-following-walshs-decision-not-to-extend-contract.aspx


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It an uncommon basketball move ...

Richard Barron is named Maine Men's Basketball HC

http://www.goblackbears.com/news/2018/3/5/barron-named-umaine-mens-basketball-head-coach-following-walshs-decision-not-to-extend-contract.aspx


Did I not just say, on another thread, that this is the Year of the Wackadoodle?



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I'm not sure it's completely wackadoodle. Barron was previously an AC at Baylor and NC State, and HC at Princeton. He took over the Maine women's program after Cindy Blodgett had run it into the ground and turned it around completely. Then he developed severe vertigo, could no longer coach, was eventually diagnosed with a skull fracture involving the inner ear which required a craniotomy to repair. He was out for about a year, and when he was able to return to work, the Athletic Dept gave him a job as a "special asst" to the AD.

Now the men's team coach just quit with a 4-year record of 24-100. UMaine needs somebody who is willing to live there and who can turn a disaster around. Hopefully there are some assistants available who have the right recruiting connections. Kudos to him if he's successful.


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PostPosted: 03/06/18 2:40 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

What about Johnnie Harris? She has two national title games and one championship under her belt (A&M), and has helped Vic Schaefer get the right players to bring MIssissippi State to prominence...and she’s familiar with Mississippi and the south overall...


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PostPosted: 03/07/18 3:24 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

UIC open ...

http://uicflames.com/news/2018/3/6/uic-announces-change-in-leadership-for-womens-basketball-program.aspx


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U Mass Lowell Open

http://www.goriverhawks.com/news/2018/3/5/womens-basketball-umass-lowell-will-not-renew-contract-of-wbb-head-coach-jenerrie-harris.aspx?path=wbball


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Sam Houston State Open

http://www.gobearkats.com/ViewArticle.dbml?SPSID=93027&SPID=11359&DB_LANG=C&ATCLID=211704689&DB_OEM_ID=19900


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Bowling Green, once a powerhouse:

http://bgsufalcons.com/news/2018/3/8/bgsu-makes-leadership-change-in-womens-basketball-program.aspx


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Jennifer Roos out at Bowling Green

http://bgsufalcons.com/news/2018/3/8/bgsu-makes-leadership-change-in-womens-basketball-program.aspx



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Terry Zeh out at Canisius

http://gogriffs.com/news/2018/3/8/canisius-to-make-change-in-womens-basketball-leadership.aspx


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NJIT: Open https://www.njithighlanders.com/news/2018/3/8/steve-lanpher-resigns-as-womens-basketball-coach-at-njit.aspx?path=wbball


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You list Monmouth HC as open presumably when Jenny Palmateer was released. Jody Craig took over and I believe she's been promoted from interim head coach to Head Coach.


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Summitthoops has a running list on the vacancies an potential candidates for some of the openings.

https://summitthoops.com/2018/03/09/2018-d1-coaching-carousel-tracker-and-rumor-mill/


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Phil wrote:
You list Monmouth HC as open presumably when Jenny Palmateer was released. Jody Craig took over and I believe she's been promoted from interim head coach to Head Coach.


I hadn't seen anything on their site or in news that announced it, so I didn't really update that as of yet.


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Longwood open

http://www.longwoodlancers.com/news/2018/3/9/longwood-womens-basketball-coach-reinson-parts-ways.aspx


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Valparaiso open

http://www.valpoathletics.com/wbasketball/news/2017-18/18077/tracey-dorow-relieved-of-duties-as-head-womens-basketball-coach/


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Now rumored that Presbyterian's HC has met the axe. Watch the skies!


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