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Late flurry of women's changes
August 19th, 2010 6:05AM

TAGS:  college women


[COACHING MOVES] A late flurry of moves led to women's head coaching positions opening up over the summer. For all the offseason moves ...

Air Force Larry Friend, interim ... Larry Friend
Appalachian State Ben Popoola ... Sarah Strickland (Mississippi State assistant)
Arkansas State  Derek Pittman (Gonzaga associate) ... Tafadzwa Ziyenge (Alabama-Huntsville men's and women's coach)
Arizona Dan Tobias ... Lisa Oyen (Arizona associate)
Ball State Michael Lovett ... Craig Roberts (Tennessee-Martin coach)
Coastal Carolina Rohan Naraine ... Tammy DeCesare (Western Carolina coach)
College of Charleston Kevin Dempsey (LSU assistant) ... Christian Michner (Illinois assistant)
Patrick Baker ... Steve Holeman (Mississippi coach)
Lehigh Manny Oudin ... Eric Lambinus (Moravian men's and women's coach)
Massachusetts Angela Napoli (Michigan assistant) ... Ed Matz (Northeastern coach)
Mississippi Steve Holeman (Georgia coach) ... Matt Mott (Texas assistant)
Nevada Jaime Frias ... Missy Price (Nevada assistant)
Northeastern Ed Matz (Massachusetts coach) ... Tracey Leone (Harvard assistant)
South Dakota Joel Nielsen ... Mandy Green (Xavier assistant)
Stephen F. Austin George Van Linder (Oklahoma associate) ... Tony Amato (Rollins coach)
Tennessee-Martin Craig Roberts (Ball State coach) ... Phil McNamara (Carson-Newman coach)
Tennessee Tech Becky Fletcher (Mississippi assistant) ... Daniel Brizard (LSU assistant)
UNC Asheville
Michele Cornish (Shattuck-St. Mary's Academy coach) ... Michelle Demko (Nebraska assistant)
Kat Mertz (Texas assistant) ... Jennifer Klein (UNLV assistant)
USC Upstate
Kendall Reyes ... Renee Lopez (Lees-McRae coach)
Western Carolina Tammy DeCesare (Coastal Carolina coach) ... Chad Miller (Catawba coach)
Western Michigan Suzie Grech, interim ... Suzie Grech
Winthrop Melissa Heinz ... Spencer Smith (Radford men's coach)
Xavier Alvin Alexander ... Woody Sherwood (Indiana assistant)

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