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Thirty programs are making changes
February 2nd, 2014 2:27AM

TAGS:  college women


[WOMEN'S COACHING MOVES] Thirty Division I women's programs have replaced their head coach or are in the process of doing so. The moves include two New York metropolitan area programs that picked coaches from neighboring schools. The vacancy everyone is waiting to see filled is at Notre Dame, where Randy Waldrum left to become the coach of the NWSL's Houston Dash.

Women's Coaching Moves

Buffalo out: Michael Thomas; in: Shawn Burke (Buffalo assistant)
Campbell out: Todd Clark; in: Stuart Horne (Elon associate)
Cleveland State out: Derrek Falor; in: Sonia Curvelo (Mississippi Valley State)
Columbia out:  Kevin McCarthy; in: Tracey Bartholemew (LIU)
CSU Bakersfield out: Melissa Phillips; in: TBA.
Eastern Washington out: George Hageage; in: Chad Bodnar (Walla Walla CC)
Fairleigh Dickinson out: Rick Stanton (Seton Hall); in: TBA.
Fordham out: Ness Selmani; in: Jessica Clinton (Boston Univ. associate)
Gardner-Webb out: Kevin Mounce; in: Mike Varga (Gardner-Webb assistant)
Idaho out: Peter Showler; in: TBA.
Iowa State out: Wendy Dillinger; in: Tony Minatta (Iowa State assistant)
LIU out: Tracey Bartholemew (Columbia); in: TBA.
Loyola, Md. out: Katerine Vittori; in: TBA.
Mississippi Valley State out: Sonia Curvelo (Cleveland State); in: TBA.
Murray State out: Beth Acreman; in: Jeremy Groves (Morehead State assistant)
New Mexico State out: Blair Quinn; in: Freddy Delgado (New Mexico State assistant)
North Florida out: Linda Hamilton; in: Robin Confer (Georgia assistant)
Notre Dame out: Randy Waldrum (Houston Dash); in: TBA
Old Dominion out: Joe Pereira; in: TBA.
Providence out: Jim McGirr; in: TBA.
San Jose State out: Jeff Leightman; in: Lauren Hanson (Oregon assistant)
Seton Hall out: Kazbek Tambi; in: Rick Stanton (Farleigh Dickinson)
Tennessee Tech out: Daniel Brizard; in: Steve Springthorpe (Duke assistant)
Texas Southern out: Tamura Crawley-Marigny; in: TBA.
Troy out: Chris Bentley (Colorado State assistant); in: Jason Hamilton (Florida assistant).
UC Davis out: Maryclaire Robinson; in: Twila Kaufman (Pepperdine associate)
UNC Greensboro out: Steve Nugent; in: TBA
USC out: Ali Khosroshahin; in: Keidane McAlpine (Washington State).
Villanova out: John Byford; in: Fran Kulas (Villanova assistant)
Washington State out: Keidane McAlpine (USC); in: Steve Nugent (UNC Greensboro)

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