2022 Division III women’s head coaching changes

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Last position Notes Beloit Gloria Bradley Natalie Miller Assistant at NAIA Concordia (Mich.) Miller was previously the recruiting and operations assistant at Texas-Dallas. Bethany Brian Sansom TBD Sansom stepped down as coach when he was named the College’s new Athletic Director. Bowdoin Sacha Santimano Megan Phelps Assistant at Division I Dartmouth Phelps played and coached under Adrienne Shibles at Bowdoin and then joined her staff at Dartmouth. Bridgewater (Va.) Jason Asbell Stephanie Flamini Associate AD at
Division I Hartford Flamini went 287-171 in 18 seasons as the head coach at ODAC foe Guilford. Caltech Bridgette Reyes TBD CCNY Tian Tang Varrell Eddie

Head coach at SUNY-

Eddie went 34-91 in five seasons at SUNY-Purchase. Central Joe Steinkamp Moran Lonning Assistant coach at Simpson Lonning’s late father Greg was the head wrestling coach for the Dutch from 1986-1989. She was an All-American at Luther in 2016. Clark Pat Glispin Bridgette Reyes Head coach at Caltech Reyes went 30-70 in five seasons at Caltech, but that includes the program’s only two seasons with double-digit wins. Defiance Allan King, Jr. TBD Denison Sarah Lee Maureen Hirt Assistant at Oberlin Lee finishes her coaching career with 503 victories in women’s basketball and 386 more in volleyball. Goucher Andrea Preston Joya Whittington Head coach at NJCAA Lackawanna (Pa.)
College Whittington played at Division II Seton Hill in Greensburg, Pa. Finland

Mariah LaPointe-

Brandi Haineault Assistant coach at Finlandia Haineault played three seasons (2000-02) for the Lions. Haverford Stephanie Carideo TBD LeTourneau Cassie Rozanski Scott MacAllister Head coach at USCAA Saint Mary-of-the-Woods MacAllister was an assistant for six seasons at Center. Maranatha
Baptist Clayton Morrison Paul Brown High School Athletic Director Brown was the Athletic Director and head boys’ basketball coach at Tri-City Christian Academy in Chandler, Arizona. Medal Kelly Broderick TBD Mount St.
Joseph Dan Benjamin Maisie Elston Assistant at NAIA Indiana University East Elston spent five years at Earlham, including as interim head coach in February 2021. Muskingum Erin Eaton Kelly Broderick Head coach at Medaille Broderick went 24-53 in four seasons at Medaille.


Sam Dixon TBD North Park Amanda Crockett Annie Shain Assistant at North Park Shain played for four years and worked as an assistant coach for five years at North Park. Pacific Lutheran GC Hilburn Lee Aduddell Assistant at Division I Colgate Aduddell started his coaching career as an assistant at Trinity (Texas) for three seasons.

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Monique Boykins Megan Fox Head coach at NJCAA Delaware Technical Community College Fox earned her undergraduate degree from Arcadia and coached at former D3 school Wesley. Pitt.-Greensburg Kesley Oddis Darien Lantz Assistant at Thiel Oddis moved into another job at UPG after going 20-6 in his lone season as head coach. Pratt Wilfredo Rivera TBD Scranton Nick DiPillo TBD Sul Ross
State Katie Novak TBD SUNY-Purchase Varrell Eddie TBD Texas-Dallas Polly Thomason Joe Scotland Assistant at Trinity (Texas) Thomason was named head coach at University of Hartford which is transitioning from DI to DIII. Thomas Emily Cummins Jason Coleman Head coach at USCAA Maine-Augusta Coleman takes over a Terriers’ program that hasn’t had a winning season since 2006-07. UW-River Falls Blake Dudonis TBD UW-Stevens
Point Shirley Egner Matt Hockett Head coach of UW-Stevens Point women’s tennis team Egner won 572 games in 33 seasons, including the 2002 national title with the Pointers. Hockett was previously an assistant coach for men’s basketball at UWSP UW-Superior Zach Otto-Fisher TBD Virginia
Wesleyan Liz Huddy TBD Wentworth Matt Phippard TBD Whitworth Joel Griffith Kenny Love Assistant men’s coach
at Whitworth Love has been the lead assistant for his alma mater the past five seasons. Wittenberg Tamika Williams-
Jeter Melissa Kolbe Assistant at Division I Cincinnati Williams-Jeter, who played and coached extensively at the Division I level, is headed back there as the head coach of nearby Dayton University.

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