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Women's Division I Coaching Changes
May 19th, 2009 8AM
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The head coaches at three 2008 NCAA Division I Tournament teams -- Charlotte, Fresno State, Morehead State -- have been lured away to other programs. For all the Division I women's coaching moves ...

ARKANSAS Gordon Henderson ... Erin Aubry (Morehead State coach)
CHARLOTTE Jon Lipsitz (Kentucky coach) ... John Cullen (Catawba coach)
EASTERN ILLINOIS Tim Nowak ... Summer Perala (UAB associate)
FRANCIS MARION Marty Beall (High Point coach) ... Joel Person (Francis Marion assistant)
FRESNO STATE Steve Springthorpe (N.C. State) ... TBA    
GONZAGA Shannon Stiles  ...  Amy Edwards (Missouri associate)
HIGH POINT Michelle Raynor ... Marty Beall (Francis Marion coach)
INDIANA STATE Vernon Croft ... Erika True (Indiana assistant)
KENTUCKY Warren Lipka (Morehead State coach) ... Jon Lipsitz (Charlotte coach)
MOREHEAD STATE Erin Aubry (Arkansas coach) ... Warren Lipka (Kentucky coach)
N.C. STATELaura Kerrigan ... Steve Springthorpe Fresno State coach)
NICHOLS STATE Cindy Piper ... TBA     
NORTHERN IOWA Jennifer Plante ... James Price
ST. MARY'S  Kelly Lindsey ... Kai Edwards (UC Santa Barbara associate)
YOUNGSTOWN STATE Anthony James ... Will Lemke (Viterbo coach)



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