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NCAA Division I Men's & Women's Coaching Changes
January 17th, 2008 2:45PM
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Tom Carlin(Villanona), Gareth Elliott(Siena) and Ralph Polson (Wofford) landed NCAA Division I men's head coaching positions. On the women's side, Hershey Strosberg (Virginia assistant) was named Clemson's new head coach, and Ball State head coach Michelle Salmon filled the Cincinnati vacancy. For all the coaching moves ...

NCAA DIVISION I MEN
COLLEGE ... OLD COACH ... NEW COACH
CENTENARYEric Mayo ... TBA
DUKE
John Rennie ... John Kerr Jr. (Harvard coach)
HARVARD John Kerr Jr. (Duke coach) ... TBA
SIENA Charlie Curto ... Gareth Elliott (Rhode Island assistant)
VILLANOVA Larry Sullivan ... Tom Carlin (Villanova assistant)
WOFFORD Matt Kern ... Ralph Polson (College of Charleston assistant)

NCAA DIVISION I WOMEN
COLLEGE ... OLD COACH ... NEW COACH
ALABAMA Don Staley ... Todd Bramble (Clemson coach)
BALL STATEMichelle Salmon (Cincinnati coach) ... TBA
BAYLORGeorge Van Linder ... Marci Miller Jobson (Northern Illinois coach)
BUFFALOJean-A Tassy ... TBA
CINCINNATIMeridy Glenn ... Michelle Salmon (Ball State coach)
CLEMSON Todd Bramble (Alabama coach) ... Hershey Strosberg (Virginia assistant)
ELON Chris Webb ... Chris Neal (UNC Wilmington assistant)
GREEN BAY Quinn Ross ... Trevor Warren (Northern Iowa assistant)
IOWA STATERebecca Hornbacher ... TBA
JACKSONVILLEChris Kouns ... TBA
LAMAR
Matthew Dillon ... TBA
MICHIGAN Debbie Rademacher ... TBA
NORTHERN ILLINOISMarci Miller Jobson (Baylor coach) ... TBA
OKLAHOMARandy Evans ... Nicole Nelson (Texas assistant)
SAN JOSE STATE Dave Siracusa ... TBA
TENNESSEE TECHCarrie Proost .. TBA
TROY STATE
Diana Niland ... TBA
TULSA Rena Richardson ... TBA
VERMONTKerry Dziczkaniec ... TBA
VILLANOVA Ann Clifton ... TBA
WYOMING Anne Moore ... Danny Sanchez (Metro State coach)



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