Firm picked to head hunt for next coach

Firm picked to head hunt for next coach

There are 1 comment on the Arizona Daily Star story from Mar 22, 2008, titled Firm picked to head hunt for next coach. In it, Arizona Daily Star reports that:

“None of the firms we talked to had a lot of experience in women's basketball (searches), but clearly this firm has the greatest experience in basketball in general”

The University of Arizona athletic department has decided which search firm will help select a new women's basketball coach. via Arizona Daily Star

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cats fan 1

Brentwood, TN

#1 Mar 27, 2008
Once again Arizona will choose the best woman instead of the best coach for the Women's basketball team.
Anyone who ever watched a game saw the former coach screaming and cursing at the players,while they hung their heads.
The Wildcats need a coach that uses inspiration instead of intimidation to motivate these kids.
We have such a coach here in Arizona, Todd Holthaus .head coach at Pima college.
He was an U of A assistant a year ago ,and the top recruiter for them. Todd has already turned around the Pima women's program in one year.
Check out his credentials,they spell WINNER!
There is a history of poor choices in coaching at U of A.
I am sure we will miss out on this coach and will end up losing to him twice a year when another PAC 10 team sees his potential.

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