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3. COACHING CHANGES: NCAA D1 Men & Women
February 8th, 2007 4:05AM

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NCAA DIVISION I MEN
COLLEGE ... OLD COACH ... NEW COACH
CHARLOTTE John Tart... Jeremy Gunn (Ft. Lewis coach)
DENVER Chad Ashton (D.C. United assistant) ... Bobby Muuss (Wake Forest assistant)
HIGH POINT Peter Broadley ... Dustin Fonder (Elon assistant)
HOWARD Keith Tucker ... TBA
IPFW Terry Stefankiewicz ... Mike Harper (IPFW assistant)
MAINE Travers Evans ... Pat Laughlin (Rhode Island assistant)
MARIST Bobby Herodes ... Matt Viaggiano (Iona assistant)
ST. PETER'S Chris Smith ... Guy Abrahamson (Delaware assistant)
UCF Brent Erwin (SMU women's coach) ... TBA
VALPARAISO
Mis Mrak ... Mike Avery (Louisville assistant)

NCAA DIVISION I WOMEN
COLLEGE ... OLD COACH ... NEW COACH
ARKANSAS STATE Jason Wharton ... Derek Pittman (Missouri assistant)
CAL STATE FULLERTON Ali Khosroshahin (USC coach) ... TBA
DEPAUL John Wilson ... Brian Rigby-interim (DePaul assistant)
ILLINOIS STATE Pete Kowall ... Drew Roff (Indianapolis coach)
IPFW Terry Stefankiewicz ... TBA
LIPSCOMB Jenger Parrish ... Jon Ireland (Faulkner)
MT. ST. MARY'S
Paul Wood ... TBA
NORTH FLORIDA Michael Munch ... TBA
PENN STATE Paula Wilkins (Wisconsin coach) ... TBA
SACRAMENTO STATE Katie Poynter ... Randy Dedini (Sacramento State assistant)
SAN DIEGO STATE
Mike Giuliano (Wheaton, Ill., men's coach) ... Mike Friesen-interim (San Diego State assistant)
SAN FRANCISCO
Pam Kalinoski ... Mark Carr (UCLA assistant)
SETON HALL Betty Ann Kempf-Townsley ... Tazbek Tambi (Seton Hall men's assistant)
SMU John Cossaboon (Gonzaga assistant) ... Brent Erwin (UCF men's coach)
SOUTH FLORIDA Logan Fleck ... Denise Schilte-Brown (VCU coach)
TOWSON Leslie Wray ... TBA
UC IRVINE April Heinrichs ... Scott Juniper (UC Irvine assistant)
USC Jim Millinder ... Ali Khosroshahin (Cal State Fullerton coach)
VCU Denise Schilte-Brown (South Florida coach) ... TBA
WISCONSIN Dean Duerst ... Paula Wilkins (Penn State coach)


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