Miami University is in need of a new women’s basketball coach after Megan Duffy accepted the same job at Marquette.
A star at Chaminade Julienne and Notre Dame, Duffy led the RedHawks to a 44-20 record in two seasons in Oxford. That includes a 25-11 mark in the MAC.
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They made the WNIT both seasons, and a university release touted eight players being named Academic All-MAC last year.
Miami director of athletics David Sayler said in a release he is excited about the foundation Duffy leaves behind.
“The success our outstanding student-athletes have shown on and off the court makes this a very attractive job,” he added.
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