Miami University announced Thursday it has added a year to the contract of women’s basketball coach Megan Duffy.
A Chaminade Julienne grad, Duffy signed a five-year contract worth $212,136 annually when she was hired last year.
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Her first season in Oxford was a smashing success as the RedHawks went 21-11 and finished fourth in the Mid-American Conference.
They won 12 MAC games, the most since 2008, and finished the regular season having won 10 of 11 contests.
“I cannot thank (Miami president Gregory P.) Crawford and (director of athletics) David Sayler enough for their commitment to women's basketball and our staff here at Miami,” said Duffy in a new release. “It has been an honor to come in and help make impactful changes to our program, student-athletes and community. I am grateful for the opportunity to lead Miami basketball for years to come.”
Duffy replaced Cleve Wright, who went 35-87 in four seasons.
Her four-person first recruiting class includes Lebanon guard Alexis Straw.