This was a much more ambitious project than I had originally anticipated. With so many coaches it was a difficult task to narrow the field down to the sexiest in college basketball. But it was a lot of fun! Definitions of sexy vary so I tried to make sure the list had a little bit of everything, including members of the media. I selected 10 media people for the list.
These coaches take winning to new (heel) heights
Women's Basketball | National Park College
Molly Kasper just wanted an explanation. Like any coach would, she called to the referees on the court, asking for an explanation. For much of the game, Kasper had watched her counterpart on the other bench, well-respected Hopkins coach Brian Cosgriff, repeatedly have brief discussions and consultations with the officials. Podcast: Sideline sexism, new home on the Range and here come sections In the latest Talking Preps, David La Vaque and Jim Paulsen take up ingrained sexist attitudes toward girls' basketball coaches and officials, a rivalry ended on the Iron Range and how did we get so close to state tournament time. Was it because I was a female? Blatant, overt sexism in the coaching ranks has been curbed thanks to Title IX in , other state and federal legislation, and women excelling in roles long held by men.
Since stepping foot on Mizzou's campus in , head coach Robin Pingeton has led the Mizzou Women's Basketball program to heights not reached in decades. Pingeton is entering her 11 th season at Mizzou with four NCAA Tournament berths and seven overall postseason appearances to her resume while in Columbia. Her career victories currently rank second among active SEC head coaches.
He has produced champions on the playing court, in the classroom, and in the community, and has always done so with the utmost class and integrity. He took over a program that did not have a winning season in 30 years and produced three postseason appearances in the last four seasons. He has been a tremendous ambassador for this University at one of the most historic times of its young history, and for that, we will all be forever grateful to Coach Tidwell.