Iona isn't the only program with an opening for a women's basketball coach. Add Saint Peter's to that list, after the school issued a release indicating that Stephanie DeWolfe has resigned after nine years as the Peacocks' head coach.
"I would like to take this opportunity to thank the administration and university community for all of their support throughout the last nine years as head coach," DeWolfe said, in a release issued by the school. "Though this was an extremely difficult decision, I realize that the growing demands of my family (she missed time during this past season while on maternity leave) will not allow me to devote the time the program deserves to achieve maximum success."
DeWolfe finished with an overall record of 92-175 over her nine seasons. This past season's team was 2-28 overall.
A 1997 grad of the school, DeWolfe was one of the program's best players. She graduated as the program's all-time leader in assists (399) and 3-pointers made (112). She also scored 1,028 career points.
While a player her teams finished 80-33 overall. Her senior season's team posted a 25-4 overall record and its 14-0 record in MAAC play (1996-97) marked the first unbeaten season by a conference women's team.