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Four women’s coaches — “I wish there were more” — left in NCAA tourney

Perhaps one reason why she’s been so successful for so long is that Florida coach Mary Wise doesn’t accept the status quo. So when asked her thoughts about there being one woman coach in each of the NCAA Tournament regionals — Wise, Cathy George of Michigan State, Beth Launiere of Utah and Heather Olmstead of […] The post Four women’s coaches — “I wish there were more” — left in NCAA tourney appeared first on Volleyballmag.
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