Edwards resigns as Director of Operations
Joins Loyola University Chicago as Assistant CoachJuly 2, 2013 · @MTAthletics
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. - Middle Tennessee women's basketball Director of Operations Dustin Edwards has resigned to accept an assistant coaching position with the Loyola University Chicago women's basketball program.
"Dustin will do a great job at Loyola University Chicago," said head coach Rick Insell. "I am proud for him and his family. He wanted to get back on the floor and coach. I wish him the best."
In his one season with the Raiders, Edwards oversaw duties that included academic support, travel and video. Previous to his tenure at MT, Edwards was an assistant coach at Ohio University and prior to OU served as a graduate assistant at the University of Tennessee.
Edwards begins working with the Ramblers this month and will work under head coach Sheryl Swoopes.
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