Wed, Apr 26, 2023
OXFORD, Ohio — Miami University women’s basketball head coach DeUnna Hendrix has resigned, Miami University Director of Athletics David Sayler announced today.
Hendrix, hired in 2019, led the program for four seasons, in which seven RedHawks have earned All-MAC honors, while 15 RedHawks have been named to the Academic All-MAC squad. This past season, she led the program to a 12-19 overall and 7-11 MAC record.
“I want to thank Miami University and its administration for allowing me to lead this program for the last four years,” said Hendrix. “I can’t express the amount of gratitude I have for this prestigious institution and its leadership. I also want to thank the Oxford community for the continual love and support. I look forward to the next phase of my career and continue rooting for the RedHawks.”
Hendrix came to Oxford from High Point University, where she was the head coach for seven seasons.
Hendrix went 35-80 in four years at Miami after she went 125–93 in seven seasons at High Point.
Miami University will begin a search for its next head coach immediately.
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