Most coaches, by nature, are control freaks: “Go here. Don’t go there. Do this. Don’t do that.” Almost to a man, coaches who have worked with male and female basketball players say that women follow instruction better. New Kansas University women’s basketball coach Brandon Schneider said it Tuesday at his colorful introductory news conference. By Tom Keegan
Bonnie Henrickson, fired by Kansas University as women’s basketball coach after 11 seasons without a Big 12 regular-season winning record, didn’t stay out of work for long.
Bill Self met with new Kansas University women’s basketball coach Brandon Schneider last week when Schneider was on campus for his job interview. By Gary Bedore
Because of her Tuesday class schedule, Kansas University women’s basketball point guard Lauren Aldridge — and the rest of the KU women’s team — was unable to attend the news conference introducing new coach Brandon Schneider. By Matt Tait
New Kansas University women’s basketball coach Brandon Schneider didn’t have to look outside of his family to fully appreciate where the program he has taken over stands on the school’s hoops pecking order.
Brandon Schneider, new women’s basketball coach at Kansas University, will be introduced to the program’s small fan base via a 10 a.m. news conference Tuesday. The session with the media will offer the first clues as to whether Schneider has what it takes to bring relevance to a program dwarfed by the perennial-powerhouse men’s basketball team. By Tom Keegan
The Kansas University athletic department has announced that Stephen F. Austin coach Brandon Schneider has been hired as KU's new women’s basketball coach. KU will hold a 10 a.m. Tuesday press conference to formally announce the hiring.
Brandon Schneider will be announced as Kansas University’s next women’s basketball coach at a Tuesday news conference, according to sources with inside knowledge of the hiring process. By Tom Keegan
Kansas University moved three steps closer last week to naming Stephen F. Austin coach Brandon Schneider as its next head women’s basketball coach. By Tom Keegan
The Indiana Fever chose Chelsea Gardner of Kansas with the 21st overall pick in the WNBA draft Thursday night.
University of Arkansas Little-Rock women’s basketball coach Joe Foley interviewed Wednesday for the Kansas University vacancy created by the firing of Bonnie Henrickson. By Tom Keegan
Brandon Schneider, Stephen F. Austin University’s women’s basketball coach, has emerged as a leading candidate to fill the vacancy at Kansas University created when Bonnie Henrickson was fired.
The more I learn about Iowa Western Community College basketball coach Jim Turgeon, the more I think he is the right fit to succeed Bonnie Henrickson to lead Kansas University’s women’s basketball program. By Tom Keegan
Kansas University senior women’s basketball forward Chelsea Gardner earned honorable mention to the 2015 Women’s Basketball Coaches Association All-America team, it was announced Saturday.
Sheahon Zenger wants to get it right, even if that means the naming of Kansas University’s next women’s basketball coach might not happen for another fortnight, even longer.