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Stillman Women’s Basketball Coach Resigns

July 27, 2007

TUSCALOOSA—Stillman women’s basketball coach Angelyne Brown submitted her resignation to school officials on Friday, citing a desire to further her education.

Brown spent just one season as coach of the Lady Tigers, compiling a 10-19 overall mark, while leading Stillman to the second-round of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference tournament last season.

“Last year was a year of growth for me as most first years are,” Brown said. “I certainly enjoyed every moment I had working with the young ladies this year and I feel like the program still has a lot to look forward to.

“You always want to make a positive impact wherever you go, and I hope I was able to accomplish that during my time here.”

Newly appointed athletic director Curtis Campbell says that a search will begin immediately for Brown’s replacement.

“Even though our paths only crossed for a brief moment, I can tell that she is a true professional,” Campbell said. “I appreciate her service to Stillman College and I wish her the very best in her future endeavors.”

Brown came to Stillman in 2006 after a stint at Morgan State University from 2002-2005. She leaves behind eight returning letter winners from a season ago, including leading scorer Bianca Burton, a two-time All-SIAC performer.


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