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NCAA Division I Men's & Women's Coaching Changes
July 15th, 2008 9AM

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Coaching changes at women's programs have outnumbered those at men's programs by more than 5-1. For all the NCAA Division I moves ...

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NCAA DIVISION I MEN
COLLEGE ... OLD COACH ... NEW COACH
APPALACHIAN STATE Paul Stahlschmidt ... Shaun Pendleton (Lynn coach)
CENTENARY
Eric Mayo ... David Orr (Texas Longhorns director of coaching)
DUKE
John Rennie ... John Kerr Jr. (Harvard coach)
HARVARD John Kerr Jr. (Duke coach) ... Jamie Clark (Notre Dame assistant)
MERCER Tom Melville (Savannah College of Art & Design) ... Brad Ruzzo (Bradley assistant)
SIENA
Charlie Curto ... Gareth Elliott (Rhode Island assistant)
SMU Schellas Hyndman (FC Dallas coach) ... TBA
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
AKRON Catherine Byrne ... Chris Pfau (Evansville coach)
ALABAMA
Don Staley ... Todd Bramble (Clemson coach)
AMERICAN Michael Brady (Duke men's assistant) ... David Bucciero (Boston U. associate)
ARKANSAS-LITTLE ROCK
Greg Hess ... Freddy Delgado (Louisiana-Monroe assistant)
BALL STATE
Michelle Salmon (Cincinnati coach) ... Michael Lovett (Virginia Tech assistant)
BAYLOR George Van Linder ... Marci Miller Jobson (Northern Illinois coach)
BINGHAMTON Jeff Leightman (San Jose State coach) ... Sarah McClellan (Binghamton assistant)
BUFFALO Jean-A Tassy ... Michael Thomas (Denver assistant)
CANISIUS Meagan Dougherty ... Jim Wendling (Urbana head coach)
CINCINNATI
Meridy Glenn ... Michelle Salmon (Ball State coach)
CLEMSON Todd Bramble (Alabama coach) ... Hershey Strosberg (Virginia assistant)
DELAWARE STATE Matthew Okoh ... Nitan Soni (Temple men's assistant)
DRAKE Corbin Stone ... Lindsey Horner (Drake assistant)
ELON Chris Webb ... Chris Neal (UNC Wilmington assistant)
EVANSVILLE Chris Pfau (Akron coach) ... Krista McKendree (Evansville assistant)
GREEN BAY
Quinn Ross ... Trevor Warren (Northern Iowa assistant)
IOWA STATE Rebecca Hornbacher ... Wendy Dillinger (Washington Univ. coach)
JACKSONVILLE Chris Kouns ... Brian Copham (Jacksonville assistant)
LAMAR
Matthew Dillon ... Dewi Hardman
LIBERTY James Price ... Jessica Celi  (Charlotte Lady Eagles assistant)
LOYOLA (MD.) John Byford ... Katherine Remy Vettori
MICHIGAN Debbie Rademacher ... Greg Ryan
NEVADA Antoinette Marjanovic-interim ... Jaime Frias (Stephen F. Austin coach)
NJIT Alyssa Radu (UMBC coach) ... Kevin Leacock (NJIT assistant)
NORTH DAKOTA Brock Thompson ... Kristen Gay (North Dakota assistant coach)
NORTHERN ILLINOIS
Marci Miller Jobson (Baylor coach) ... Carrie Barker (Wisconsin assistant)
NORTHERN IOWA Kathy Kakoyianni-Bering ... Jennifer Plante (Northern Iowa assistant)
OKLAHOMA
Randy Evans ... Nicole Nelson (Texas assistant)
ORAL ROBERTS Kyle Cussen (Tulsa coach) ... Ryan Bush (Oral Roberts men's assistant)
OREGON STATE Steve Fennah ... Linus Rhode (Oregon State associate)
PORTLAND STATE Tim Bennett ... Laura Schott (Portland assistant)
RIDER
Kevin Long ... Drayson Hounsome (C.W. Post coach)
SAM HOUSTON STATE
Marcia Oliviera (South Dakota) ... Tom Brown (Angelo State head coach)
SAN JOSE STATE
Dave Siracusa ... Jeff Leightman (Binghamton head coach)
SOUTH CAROLINA STATE Amy Olson ... Glad Bugariu (Belmont Abbey coach)
SOUTH DAKOTA Becky Heiberger ... Marcia Oliviera (South Dakota)
STEPHEN F. AUSTIN
Jaime Frias (Nevada coach) ... George Van Linder (Baylor coach)
SYRACUSE Patrick Farmer ... Phil Wheddon (U.S. national team goalie coach)
TENNESSEE TECH Carrie Proost .. Becky Fletcher (Auburn assistant)
TROY STATE
Diana Niland ... Chris Bentley (Troy assistant)
TULSA Rena Richardson ... Kyle Cussen (Oral Roberts coach)
UMBC Tara Koleski ... Alyssa Radu (NJIT coach)
VALPARAISO
Stephen Anthony ... John Marovich (Valparaiso assistant)
VERMONT
Kerry Dziczkaniec ... Kwame Lloyd (Christopher Newport coach)
VILLANOVA Ann Clifton ... John Byford (Loyola, Md., coach)
WISCONSIN-GREEN BAY Quinn Ross ... Trevor Warren (Northern Iowa assistant)
WYOMING Anne Moore ... Danny Sanchez (Metro State coach)



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