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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.
School Old Coach New Coach
Arizona State Terri Patraw Ray Leone
Cal Riverside new program Veronica O'Brien
Clemson Ray Leone TBD
Drury Ann Cook Chris Baker
Fresno State Peter Reynaud *Stacy Welp
Hartford Mark Krikorian Ewa Bergsten
Long Beach State Julie Cochran Peter Reynaud
Louisiana-Monroe Rena Richardson Stacy Lamb
Memphis *Brooks Monoghan Brooks Monoghan
New Mexico John DeWitt Kit Vela
No. Arizona Tracy Custer TBD
Northwestern Marcia McDermott Jenny Haigh
Penn State Pat Farmer Paula Wilkins
Portland State Dana Kusjanovic Tara Bilanski
Rhode Island Shelley Smith TBD
St. Francis (Pa.) Tim Rosenfeld Michael Coll
San Francisco Jean Paul Verhees Pamela Kalinoski
San Jose State *Tamie Grimes Tamie Grimes
South Carolina Sue Kelly Shelley Smith
Southern Utah new program Brian Stock
Toledo Rj. Anderson TBD
Tulane Eliot Perkins Betsy Anderson
UNC Greensboro Jack Poland TBD
Utah Stacey Enos Jennifer Kennedy Croft
UTEP Veronica O'Brien TBD
*Interim head coach.

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