2022 Division III women’s head coaching changes

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Tamika Williams-Jeter is headed back to Division I for the head job at Dayton after winning the NCAC title with nearby Wittenberg.
Wittenburg University photo file

This is where we now track all the changes in Division III head women’s basketball coaching positions that occur from the end of the 2021-22 season to the start of the next one. We’ll provide links to the news stories posted on schools’ websites so you can go deeper into the moves that interest you, plus we have the same tracker for the men’s changes.

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School Last
Coach

Replaced
by

Last position Notes
Beloit Gloria Bradley TBD
Bowdoin Sacha Santimano TBD
Bridgewater (Va.) Jason Asbell TBD
Central Joe Steinkamp Moran Lonning Assistant coach at Simpson Lonning’s late father Greg was the head wrestling coach at Simpson from 1986-1989. She was an All-American at Luther in 2016.
Clark Pat Glispin TBD
Denison Sarah Lee TBD Lee finishes her coaching career with 503 victories in women’s basketball and 386 more in volleyball.
Goucher Andrea Preston TBD
LeTourneau Cassi Rozanski TBD
Maranatha
Baptist
Clayton Morrison TBD
Muskingum Erin Eaton 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 her coaching career as an assistant at Trinity (Texas) for three seasons.
SUNY-Purchase Varrell Eddie TBD
UW-River Falls Blake Dudonis TBD
UW-Stevens
Point
Shirley Egner TBD Egner won 572 games in 33 seasons, including the 2002 national title with the Pointers.
Whitworth Joail 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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