What About Upgrading A Husky To A Real Husky?
After all is said and done, nobody has achieved anything in NCAA Women’s basketball like the University of Connecticut Huskies Women’s Basketball team. As a matter of fact, any sport in recent history for that matter. So perhaps, the search should focus on that Huskies team?
Amidst that success, seven year assistant coach Marisa Moseley stands out from the rest. In fact, she has been active in recruitment, player development, and coaching at the University of Connecticut. She has been with the Connecticut Huskies since the 2009-2010 season. Over that period, she has helped coach a flawless Huskies team to the 111 consecutive wins.
Streak Over, Time To Change Trains
Now that the streak is history, Moseley becomes the ideal candidate for a head coaching job. She has been a member of one of the most successful coaching staffs in any sport of all times. That unto itself gives her reason to be interviewed.
Sustaining a winning streak of that magnitude requires more than occasional chats with the head coach to keep the team’s players focused. After all, Moseley remained instrumental throughout each win. In fact, she continuted to push success to the back and point players to the next team and the next challenge.
At seven years, perhaps Moseley has an itch to lead her own team now? If so, she would be an ideal head coach for the Washington Huskies.
On one hand, the University of Washington Huskies Women’s Basketball team must find an ideal head coach to pick up where former head coach Mike Neighbors left off. On the other hand, there are quite a few qualified coaching candidates out there. In conclusion, I’ve identified five such head coach candidates.