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    Default Re: Who is the next head coach for women's basketball at NDSU

    How much does the Bunnies coach make?

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    Default Re: Who is the next head coach for women's basketball at NDSU

    National search
    mid major current head coach or high major assistant (just because Maren didn't work out, doesn't mean that isn't the correct career path).
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    Quote Originally Posted by THEsocalledfan View Post
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    took the words right off my finger tips..or as Director of HR for Athletic program coaching hires

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    Please no 6 year deal for the next coach. A 3-4 year contract is more then enough time to see results.

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    we need to take our time and not just go for a flashy name or program do our homework, look at ability to recruit and coach and be someone we can get behind right away. we as fans also have relize that this is more then a 1 or 2 yr turnaround

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    Jan Jensen Associate Head coach at Iowa. Been on staff for 17 years and Associate HC for 14. Recruiting coordinator as well. Coaches post players.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Burgundy View Post
    National search
    mid major current head coach or high major assistant (just because Maren didn't work out, doesn't mean that isn't the correct career path).
    I agree with the bold.
    Why would a current HC at a mid major come here?

    Like a lot posters I know nothing on potential names, but what about UMD's HC?

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    I liked the description of the coach from a Missouri DII team that someone posted. S/he has watched a few games in person. Who was that? Repost please.


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    Default Re: Who is the next head coach for women's basketball at NDSU

    What would be a timeline for the hiring process? How long would the position be advertised, when would interviews begin, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MinotBison View Post
    What would be a timeline for the hiring process? How long would the position be advertised, when would interviews begin, etc.
    New coach needs be objective and determine current roster viability. I wouldn't commit to any current players, and give them a chance to look for schools to transfer to, or return to their countries. Be honest, none of these players are D1, certainly not D1 starters, for ANY team. New coach needs to have connections with AAU coaches from competitive areas for the country.

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