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Three Things I Learned in Year One: Carla Berube

After 17 seasons as the Head Women's Basketball Coach at Tufts University, which included a 384-96 (.800) record and four Division III Final Four appearances, Carla Berube took on the new challenge of leading the [...]

Three Things I Learned In Year One: Lauren Sumski

At 27, Lauren Sumski became the youngest Division I Head Coach in the country when she was named Lipscomb University's Head Women's Basketball Coach in April of 2019. She arrived in Nashville after two seasons as [...]

Three Things I Learned In Year One: Heather Oesterle

Following nine seasons as the Associate Head Coach at the University of Central Michigan, Heather Oesterle slid over one chair once Head Coach Sue Guevara announced her retirement in July of 2019. In her first season, [...]

Three Things I Learned In Year One: Carley Kuhns

Following three successful seasons as the Head Coach at Valdosta State University, Carley Kuhns took over the Samford University program in April of 2019 and her impact was felt immediately. After finishing the season in [...]

Make the Big Time Where You Are: Kristen Dowling

In July of 2019, Kristen Dowling returned to Malibu for her third stint with the Pepperdine University program, this time as the Head Women's Basketball Coach. The former Waves' Graduate Assistant and Assistant Coach had [...]

All of Your Experiences Matter: Keila Whittington

With more than 25 years of Division I coaching experience, Keila Whittington brought a tremendous amount of experience to Saint Francis University, being named the program's new Head Women's Basketball Coach in April of 2019. [...]

Learning Through Experience: Kyle Tolin

In 2014, Kyle Tolin left the familiarity of Oklahoma Baptist University, after a combined 14 years as an Assistant Men's Basketball Coach and a student-athlete, to take over the University of Arkansas at Monticello program. [...]

Lift Where You Currently Stand: Dan Nielson

After four seasons as an Assistant Coach at Utah Valley University, Dan Nielson left the program for an assistant coaching position at BYU in 2013, but he always kept an eye on the Wolverine program. [...]

Everyone’s Timeline is Different: Morgan Valley

After more than 14 years of experience as an Assistant Coach at the Division I level, Morgan Valley retuned to the state where she won three National Championships as a player at UConn when she [...]