Six names to watch as TCU searches for its next women’s basketball coach

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Mark Kellogg has spent eight seasons as the head coach at Stephen F. Austin (photo courtesy of Stephen F. Austin).


By Jamie Plunkett
Frogs Today staff writer

News broke on Monday that women’s basketball head coach Raegan Pebley is stepping down from her post after nine seasons with the Frogs.

It has been a difficult past three seasons for Pebley and the Horned Frogs, who have accumulated a 23-57 overall record with a 7-45 record in Big 12 play.

Pebley will finish out this season with the Frogs, who have two regular season games remaining ahead of the Big 12 tournament next week in Kansas City.

What Pebley’s announcement does, though, is gives Jeremiah Donati a longer runway to find her successor, and a search has already begun on that front.

Based on several conversations with various college basketball sources, here are six names to keep an eye on as TCU’s coaching search comes up and running.

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