WBB: UGA Announces Joni Taylor’s Departure

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WBB: UGA Announces Joni Taylor’s Departure

Joni Taylor was named head coach at Texas A&M, it was announced on Wednesday. 

Taylor compiled a 140-75 overall record and 62-48 mark in SEC play over seven seasons as head coach at the University of Georgia. 





“Joni Taylor informed me she has accepted the head coaching position at Texas A&M,” J. Reid Parker Director of Athletics Josh Brooks said. “I want to personally thank Joni for being a great ambassador at the University of Georgia. From her Beyond Basketball group and involvement in many community organizations to her team’s successes on the court, her impact left a lasting impression on this program. We are forever grateful for the outstanding example of grace and humility she set for so many young women. I know these decisions are never easy, but we wish her, Darius, Jacie and Drew all the best on this new adventure.

“A national search for our next head coach is already underway. As we have said in the past, we are committed to competing for championships and postseason success in each of our 21 sports. I am confident we will find the best person to help us achieve that mission and build on the great tradition of Georgia Lady Bulldog basketball.”





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