Theresa Romagnolo resigns as Notre Dame coach after four years

Theresa Romagnolo stepped down as Notre Dame's women’s head coach after leading the Irish to four NCAA Tournament appearances in four seasons.

Romagnolo, who replaced Randy Waldrum, announced her resignation in order to spend more time with her family.

“Notre Dame is an incredible university filled with wonderful people," said, "and I am grateful for the opportunity I’ve had to represent this program and work alongside amazing people. This has been a difficult decision for me and my family, but my personal goals are taking me down a different path at this time. With two young children, it’s best for me to step down as the head coach and find something that will keep me more present with the people I care most about.”

Romagnolo, who came from Dartmouth, had a combined 51-21-13 record at Notre Dame. The Irish squad eliminated sixth-ranked Texas A&M in the second round of the NCAA Championship before falling to Baylor in overtime.

College Coaching Moves: ACC Women
Miami, Fla. Out: Mary-Frances Monroe.
Notre DameOut: Theresa Romagnolo.
Pittsburgh. Out: Greg Miller. In: Randy Waldrum.

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