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Nov. 22, 2017 — A strong move at Louisville

It was announced on Monday that Scott Teeter, who had coached both Canisius and the Canadian women’s national team in recent years, would be the replacement for the embattled Kellie Young at Louisville.

In Teeter, Louisville is now able to tap into someone who managed to get Canisius from an also-ran into a three-time champion of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference.

But in addition, he assembled the U-19 team that beat the United States at the 2015 World Cup, bringing the names of Selena Lasota and Danita Stroup into everyday conversation. Teeter subsequently took on the job of coaching the senior women’s national team, and won silver at the FIL World Cup and at the IWGA World Games last summer.

“Scott is an amazing coach that gets the most out of his players,” said Gary Gait, who now goes from fellow Team Canada coach to ACC rival at Syracuse. “Winning the world U-19 championship for Canada solidified his ability to coach players to their maximum potential. He is destined to have a great coaching career at Louisville, competing at the highest level in the ACC.”

The price of poker has just gone up in the ACC, it seems.


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