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College: Women's NCAA Division I Coaching Moves
January 31st, 2001 12AM
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The follow is a summary of NCAA Division I women's coaching changes during the 2000-2001 offseason: Note:Recent changes are in bold.
SchoolOld CoachNew Coach
Arizona StateTerri PatrawRay Leone
Cal Riversidenew programVeronica O'Brien
ClemsonRay LeoneTBD
DruryAnn CookChris Baker
Fresno StatePeter Reynaud*Stacy Welp
HartfordMark KrikorianEwa Bergsten
Long Beach StateJulie CochranPeter Reynaud
Louisiana-MonroeRena RichardsonStacy Lamb
Memphis*Brooks MonoghanBrooks Monoghan
New MexicoJohn DeWittKit Vela
No. ArizonaTracy CusterTBD
NorthwesternMarcia McDermottJenny Haigh
Penn StatePat FarmerPaula Wilkins
Portland StateDana KusjanovicTara Bilanski
Rhode IslandShelley SmithTBD
St. Francis (Pa.)Tim RosenfeldMichael Coll
San FranciscoJean Paul VerheesPamela Kalinoski
San Jose State*Tamie GrimesTamie Grimes
South CarolinaSue KellyShelley Smith
Southern Utahnew programBrian Stock
ToledoRj. AndersonTBD
TulaneEliot PerkinsBetsy Anderson
UNC GreensboroJack PolandTBD
UtahStacey EnosJennifer Kennedy Croft
UTEPVeronica O'BrienTBD
*Interim head coach.

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