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Erickson out at Oregon
by Paul Kennedy, November 14th, 2012 9:38PM

TAGS:  college women


[COACHING CHANGES] Tara Erickson, the 2006 Pac-10 Coach of the Year, will not be returning to Oregon in 2013. The Ducks are one of nine women's programs to already announce plans for coaching changes. For all the moves ...

Oregon, which will not renew Erickson's contract, finished 8-10-2 in 2012, the fourth consecutive losing season for the Ducks. Erickson, who joined the Ducks in 2005, leaves with an overall record of 70-71-18.

-- Neil Macdonald was relieved of his duties after nine seasons at Mississippi State. Macdonald, who will be reassigned in the MSU athletic department for the remainder of his contract, leaves MSU with a overall record of 58-103-14. The Bulldogs' only appearance in the SEC Tournament came in 2004, his first season in Starkville.

-- N.C. State's Steve Springthorpe stepped down after four seasons as women’s coach. He posted a 30-43-4 record since taking over the Wolfpack in 2009.

Boise State: Steve Lucas (contract not renewed)
Cincinnati: Michelle Salmon (fired)
Fairleigh Dickinson: Marco Masucci-interim coach (fired)
Mississippi State: Neil Macdonald (fired)
N.C. State: Steve Springthorpe (resigned)
North Dakota: Kristen Gay (contract not renewed)
Oregon: Tara Erickson (contract not renewed)
South Alabama: Mike Varga (contract not renewed)
UALR: Freddy Delgado (resigned)

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