UNC Women's Basketball loses top recruiter but get experienced replacement


After the UNC women's basketball program brought in consecutive outstanding recruiting classes, the Tar Heels lost an integral part of that success in the offseason. Michigan native Carrie Moore, who was an assistant coach and UNC’s recruiting coordinator, left for a similar position at Michigan. Banghart brought in Itoro Coleman to replace Moore. (Tar Heel Tribune)

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