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    Quote Originally Posted by Bisonionette View Post
    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.
    What if they ALL left, leaving the team with, essentially, no roster? That would be quite a rebuild.

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    High major assistant or lower level head coach...You better find me somebody that can recruit the hell out of this region. Dehoff and Walseth both couldn't recruit, hell Walseth couldn't even recruit this country.
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    Who ever gets the job had better bring some starters or 6th person players with them from a Big D1 school if NDSU is going to compete in a year or 2 because this is what this program needs. Hoping to get a new coach that can recruit the regional talent in the tri or quad state region is not going to happen overnight as these girls (our best talent) are all currently being recruited by USD, SDSU, Iowa, Iowa St., U of Mn., Moorhead St., UMD and UND because they have winning programs. We need some 6' 4" size that have the "do it all skills" if you want to compete in this league.
    How does one go about recruiting talent to win at a high level after your program has been so poor for many years? Any example out there? I guess one can google it.
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    I agree 100% need to recruit the region!
    Get the best coach available, I don’t care high school, small college, D 2, get a hard nosed grinder.

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    Are there any restrictions on gender or sexual orientation?

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    Here is a top 30 list of potentially available head coaches, please send this to ML:

    https://highposthoops.com/2018/11/12...should-know/2/

    Look at the ones from Rice, Uconn, Duquesne and U of Alaska, Anchorage.

    Tina Langley, Rice head coach- When Langley took the Rice job, the Owls had recorded just one winning season in the previous eight. Now? Year two the team won 22 games, as well as the WBI championship. Last season they won 23 games- the second most in school history- and made it to the second round of the WNIT. She has Power 5 experience- she was the associate head coach at Maryland for seven seasons prior to Rice- and has now proven herself at one of the top academic institutions in the nation. Langley will be getting a lot of phone calls from a lot of ADs, and it’s going to happen soon.
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    McFeely has a podcast up with Dom Izzo talking about the WBB situation. Izzo confirms none of the Ms Basketball finals sts in the state were even contacted by NDSU. That right there should be grounds for dismissal

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    Quote Originally Posted by bisoneer View Post
    Here is a top 30 list of potentially available head coaches, please send this to ML:

    https://highposthoops.com/2018/11/12...should-know/2/

    Look at the ones from Rice, Uconn, Duquesne and U of Alaska, Anchorage.

    Tina Langley, Rice head coach- When Langley took the Rice job, the Owls had recorded just one winning season in the previous eight. Now? Year two the team won 22 games, as well as the WBI championship. Last season they won 23 games- the second most in school history- and made it to the second round of the WNIT. She has Power 5 experience- she was the associate head coach at Maryland for seven seasons prior to Rice- and has now proven herself at one of the top academic institutions in the nation. Langley will be getting a lot of phone calls from a lot of ADs, and it’s going to happen soon.
    Dude, we are not stealing a coach from Rice and Conference USA.

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    Kayla Ard, Associated head coach, Denver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bisonionette View Post
    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.
    We need to clean house. I dont want any connections. whatsoever.

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