“Coach Yo” wins contract extension at Oremis

Bahamian Yolett’Coach Yo’McPhee-McCuin took the lead in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Part 1 Women’s Basketball after helping the rebels at the University of Miss Rebels turn the program around. They had a historic performance last season and McPhee-McCuin has just finished their fourth year in command of the program.

Just last week, McPhee-McCuin signed a four-year contract extension and detained her until 2026. It cancels speculation that she was moving after the end of the season. The announcement came from Deputy Prime Minister Ole Miss of Keith Carter in inter-university athletics.

“We continue to emphasize that Oremis is competing for the championship, and under the leadership of Director Yo, our women’s basketball team has risen to that level of competitiveness,” Carter said. rice field. “She has been relentless in improving our program in every element of the court, classroom, community, and experience of our student athletes. We are excited to make this commitment to Yo Coach. I look forward to standing beside her while raising the banner at the SJB Pavilion. “

McPhee McInn, who led the rebels to 23-9 wins and losses and 10-6 Southeastern Conference (SEC) records, is delighted that she will take command of the rebels for another four years. Said.

“I am humble and grateful for the support of Prime Minister Voice, athletic director Keith Carter, senior female manager Jennifer Saxon, and other governments,” said McPhee McInn. “Our commitment recognizes the achievements of our program, reflects their belief in the long-term vision implemented, and demonstrates their unwavering confidence in the success of our program in the future.

“In addition, we thank our faculty, boosters, and fans for their loyal support. We build on the foundation of our success and lead our fans, universities, and programs that represent Mississippi. I’m looking forward to continuing. “

The rebels had their best season from 2021 to 2022, securing large bids for the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Tournament. This is the first time I have participated in a tournament since 2007, and the 18th time in total. After taking over the program in Oxford, Mississippi, two things McPhee-McCuin preached to players are toughness and defense. They made 142 block shots a season ago, which was a record for a single season. They also kept 10 opponents to less than 50 points. This was also a school record.

The McPhee-McCuin program was selected for the Women’s Basketball Association (WNBA) Draft Lottery because post player Shakira Austin was drafted to third overall. Austin is a three-time National Honor Award, and she has been awarded the First-Team All-SEC for the second year in a row and the Guillom Trophy, which is awarded annually to the state’s best women’s college basketball player. Mississippi by the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame-Second time in her career.

In the SEC tournament, the rebels ended in their first semi-final appearance since 1994. It also ranked 24th in the Associated Press (AP) poll for the first time since 2007. “Coach Yo” wins contract extension at Oremis

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