Michigan women’s basketball coach Sue Guevara resigned yesterday after the Wolverines (3-13 Big Ten, 13-16 Overall) finished tied for last in the Big Ten Conference this season. In her seven seasons, Guevara had a 123-82 overall record and is currently the winningest coach in Michigan women’s basketball history.

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“We have had two consecutive rough Big Ten seasons and I think the program needs a change,” Guevara said in a press release. “I believe we have accomplished many positive goals for this program and I think we have put the program in a position that it can be nationally competitive.”

Athletic Director Bill Martin said the search for a new head coach will start as soon as possible.

Associate Athletic Director “Megan McCallister will chair a screening committee that will immediately begin a national search for a new head coach,” Martin said. “We will put together a group similar in its makeup as to the one we brought together when we hired Tommy Amaker as our men’s coach.”

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