Brandy Broome (Natchitoches, La.) and Diara Moore (Cedar Hill, Texas) have each signed a National Letter of Intent to study and play basketball at Ole Miss, head coach Adrian Wiggins announced Wednesday. (more…) (April 26, 2012, Page 7)
Brett Frank was happy at Fresno State.
During his nine years in California, the Lady Bulldog associate head coach helped build Fresno State into a Western Athletic Conference power and a perennial NCAA Tournament team.
Despite the success and possibility of taking over the program when former head coach Adrian Wiggins took the head gig at Ole Miss, Frank opted to follow his long-time pal to Oxford. (April 12, 2012, Page 8)
The 2012 season was a tough one for the Lady Rebels.
As new Ole Miss Athletics Director Ross Bjork noted before a near capacity crowd at the Basketball Practice Facility, he’s no longer the new guy on the block.
Wednesday, Adrian Wiggins was officially introduced as the next Lady Rebels women’s basketball coach.
Ole Miss initially approached Wiggins the day after Fresno State was selected to its fifth consecutive NCAA Tournament.
After tabling discussion until the Lady Bulldogs’ season was over, Wiggins said the courting process moved quickly. (March 29, 2012, Page 6)
BLOG: Adrian Wiggins was officially introduced as the new Ole Miss women’s basketball coach today at the Basketball Practice Facility. (more…) (March 28, 2012)
Just days after Ole Miss unveiled its next athletics director the university announced it has also found its next women’s basketball coach.
Monday evening the university confirmed that Fresno State head coach Adrian Wiggins is leaving his current post and will be in charge of turning around a Lady Rebels program that finished last in the Southeastern Conference with a 2-14 league record. (March 27, 2012, Page 10)
BLOG: Ole Miss has hired former Fresno State coach Adrian Wiggins to lead the women’s basketball program.
Moments ago the university released a statement regarding the hire of the two-time WAC Coach of the Year: (more…) (March 26, 2012)
Don’t expect Ole Miss to bump up its timetable to fill the women’s basketball coaching vacancy just because Mississippi State announced its hire on Tuesday.
According to Executive Associate Athletics Director Lynnette Johnson, the search committee in charge of unearthing Renee Ladner’s successor doesn’t have a specific deadline and doesn’t expect a decision to be made anytime soon. (March 15, 2012, Page 6)