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Lindsay Gottlieb returning to women’s college basketball, hired as USC head coach after stint as Cleveland Cavaliers assistant



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Cleveland Cavaliers assistant Lindsay Gottlieb has been hired as the women’s head coach at USC, the school announced Monday.

“It is an honor and a thrill to become the women’s basketball coach at USC,” Gottlieb said in a statement released by the school.

“We are thrilled to name Lindsay Gottlieb our new women’s basketball head coach,” Bohn said in a statement. “A trailblazer who smashed through the glass ceiling of men’s professional sports, I cannot think of a better coach, leader, and role model for our young women. Lindsay has a proven record of success in the country’s premier women’s basketball conference, and her commitment to student-athletes aligns perfectly with our vision and values.

“After an incredible experience in the NBA, Lindsay is taking leadership of our program at a time when she has become her very best as a coach and teacher, and we have the utmost confidence in her ability to lead the Women of Troy back to national prominence.

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