Dayton announces contract extension for women’s coach Shauna Green


The University of Dayton has extended the contract of women’s basketball coach Shauna Green to 2024.

»ARCHDEACON: UD women’s coaching winning on the court, and in life

Green has guided the Flyers to a 45-17 record, back-to-back NCAA Tournament appearances and three Atlantic 10 championships (two regular season, one tournament) in two years at Dayton.

“Shauna has done an outstanding job leading our women’s basketball program,” Dayton Athletic Director Neil Sullivan said. “We share a mutual commitment to long-term success in women’s basketball. Extending our partnership affirms our common vision of graduating student-athletes, winning conference championships and competing in the NCAA Tournament.”

Green was the A-10’s Coach of the Year this past season.

“I am blessed and extremely grateful for the belief that Neil and President Spina have in me,” Green said. “I look forward to building on the past two successful seasons and continuing our relentless pursuit at being elite. Dayton is a very special place and I am honored to be the leader here.”

Terms of the contract were not disclosed.



Reader Comments ...


Next Up in Sports

Dayton offers scholarship to 2019 guard from Mount Zion Christian Academy
Dayton offers scholarship to 2019 guard from Mount Zion Christian Academy

The Dayton Flyers offered a scholarship to Mareng Gatkuoth, a 6-foot-6 guard in the class of 2019. He announced the offer Saturday on Twitter. Gatkuoth is a senior at Mount Zion Christian Academy in Durham, N.C. Prior to moving to Mount Zion, Gatkuoth lived in Anchorage, Alaska. He’s of Sudanese descent, according to PhenomHoopsReport.com. Gatkuoth...
Ohio State football: Can Buckeyes fix their flaws fast enough?
Ohio State football: Can Buckeyes fix their flaws fast enough?

For the third week in a row, Ohio State coach Urban Meyer and players spoke in disappointed tones about the game they had just played. For the first time Saturday, the Buckeyes had actually lost. RELATED: 5 things to know from Purdue’s route of Ohio State They will have two weeks to digest a 49-20 TKO by Purdue before taking the field against...
Cincinnati Reds name Queen City native new manager
Cincinnati Reds name Queen City native new manager

The Cincinnati Reds will be led by a hometown hero next season.  The team announced Sunday morning their new manager is David Bell.  A Moeller High School graduate who helped the Crusaders to the 1989 baseball state championship, Bell will be introduced at a press conference at Great American Ball Park on Monday morning.  The 63rd man...
Cross Country: Ewert’s course record leads Beavercreek to district title
Cross Country: Ewert’s course record leads Beavercreek to district title

Before moving to the Dayton area, Savannah Roark knew of the Centerville Elks’ girls cross country accomplishments even in West Virginia. And if word truly does travel fast – especially as fast as the Beavercreek Beavers – Roark’s friends back in West Virginia are likely becoming familiar with the Beavers’ program, too...
ANALYSIS: 5 takeaways from Ohio State’s blowout loss to Purdue
ANALYSIS: 5 takeaways from Ohio State’s blowout loss to Purdue

Ohio State football not only lost Saturday night at Purdue — the Buckeyes were blasted by the Boilermakers.  A wild fourth quarter turned a run-of-the-mill upset into a laugher, leaving Ohio State with more questions than answers.  Few of the questions were new, though.  1. Ohio State remained mistake-prone.  The Buckeyes...
More Stories