Is Tara VanDerveer still coaching women’s basketball?
Since 1985, Tara VanDerveer has been a fixture for the Stanford University women’s basketball team. Except during the 1995-96 season. … On Friday night, VanDerveer and Staley will meet as coaching peers, when VanDerveer’s Stanford Cardinal, the No.
What happened to Ky women’s basketball coach?
Matthew Mitchell has stepped down as women’s basketball coach at the University of Kentucky. After consulting with his family and Kentucky athletics director Mitch Barnhart on Thursday, Mitchell opted to step down. … Mitchell suffered a fall last summer, which later resulted in surgery for a brain bleed.
Where is Jackie Stiles now?
Jackie Stiles is on the move again. The Lady Bears legend has stepped down as an assistant coach at Tulsa, a spokesperson for the university’s women’s basketball team told the News-Leader. Stiles was hired at Tulsa in late April while joining new Golden Hurricane head coach Angie Nelp’s inaugural staff.
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Why did Matthew Mitchell leave Kentucky?
The move comes after an offseason brain surgery for Kentucky’s charismatic leader. “After much conversation with my family and Mr. Barnhart, I have decided to retire from coaching and effectively have resigned as head coach at Kentucky,” Mitchell said in the release.
Why did Mitchell leave Kentucky?
Mitchell’s retirement means that he will also resign as head coach of the Wildcats. … The head coach, in a statement, said the decision wasn’t an easy one, but a choice he had to make following a “life-altering” injury and surgery. Here’s his full statement: “After much conversation with my family and Mr.
Why did Kentucky girls basketball coach retire?
Barnhart said he and Mitchell spoke on multiple occasions about the challenges the coach continued to experience in coming back from brain surgery. Mitchell called the athletic director Wednesday and expressed concern that he still didn’t feel 100 percent and had decided to retire.