2024 Division III women’s head coaching changes

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Christen Ditzler won 366 games at Lycoming in women’s basketball and a bunch more in two other sports.
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This is where we track all the head coaching changes in Division III women’s basketball that occur from the end of the 2023-24 season to the beginning 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 on the men’s side.

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School Last


Last position Notes
Buena Vista David Wells Kylee Boettcher High school head coach
in Panora, Iowa
Boettcher was a two-sport athlete at BVU, playing basketball and softball for the Beavers.
Cairn Allen Kuiper TBD TBD Kuiper went 20-31 in two seasons with the Highlanders, who had a 12-win improvement last season.
Jacqui Hullah TBD TBD Hullah, who led the Tartans to the 2016 Sweet 16, went 158-149 in 12 seasons at CMU.
Dominican Antonio Rivas Tethnie Carrillo Assistant at Dominican Carrillo went 142-211 in 16 seasons as the head coach at Elmhurst.
Endicott Brittany Hutchinson TBD TBD Hutchinson went 200-143 in 13 seasons with the Gulls and leaves as the winningest coach in program history.
Grove City Chelle Fuss Jason Baker Interim head coach at Grove City Baker went 11-14 as the Wolverines’ interim head coach last season.
Juniata Danny Young-Uhrich TBD TBD Young-Uhrich, who led the Eagles to the NCAA Tournament four times, went 254-279 in 15 seasons at Juniata.
Lycoming Christen Ditzler TBD TBD Ditzler had 614 wins as a head coach at Lyco — 366 in basketball, 235 in softball, and 13 in volleyball.
Marywood Jennifer Carleton TBD TBD Carleton went 38-59 in four seasons with the Pacers.
Jackie Ward TBD TBD Ward went 8-110 in five seasons with the Lyons.
Pratt Ziggy Brown TBD TBD The Cannoneers went 1-41 in their last two seasons.
Amy Reed TBD TBD Reed went 192-198 in 15 seasons with the Tigers and had more wins than all of RIT’s previous NCAA coaches combined (111).
Sage Allison Coleman TBD TBD Coleman went 142-103 in 10 seasons with the Gators, winning more games than the rest of the school’s previous NCAA coaches combined (120).
Saint Mary’s (Minn.) David Foley TBD TBD Foley went 39-93 in six seasons with the Cardinals.
St. Olaf Jasmine Borgmann TBD TBD Borgmann was the interim head coach for the Oles last season.
Guntashea Lewis TBD TBD Lewis went 10-40 in two seasons as the Marlins’ head coach.
Wheaton (Mass.) Allison Chernow (Interim) TBD TBD The Lyons went 10-15 last season.
Lindsay Sharman TBD TBD Sharman won 249-217 with two Liberty League championships in 18 seasons with the Herons.

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