Dixon's death cuts short a championship-caliber life
Maggie Dixon kept saying that this had been the most unforgettable weekend the Dixons ever had, the ultimate gathering for March's ultimate basketball family. West Point's women's coach was talking on her cell phone from a Manhattan hotel where her older brother, Jamie, was preparing his Pittsburgh Panthers for the Big East Conference championship game that night. Maggie and her folks had just finished an afternoon of shopping on Madison Avenue, and now she was going on and on about how she hoped ...
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Adrian Wojnarowski: The cruelest of fates
This is the kind of story, the kind of tragedy, that leaves a pit in your stomach. Leaves you speechless. No warning. No justice.
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Andy Katz: Sister's death hits Jamie Dixon hard
On Thursday, Jamie Dixon lost his close friend and sibling. I spoke with him Wednesday before she died. I talked to him again Friday, prior to the memorial service. I heard the pain in his voice. I can't imagine the sorrow.
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Maggie Dixon Biography
• In first season at Army, led team to first NCAA Tournament
• Army was 20-11 in 2005-06; first 20-win season since 1990-91
• Army won first Patriot League Conference Tournament championship in 2005-06
• Named seventh coach of Army women's basketball in 2005
• Spent previous five seasons as an assistant coach at DePaul (2001-05)
• Four-year letter-winner and 1999 graduate of San Diego
• Brother is Pittsburgh men's coach Jamie Dixon
• Obituary: Maggie Dixon, 28, dies
• 1,200 attend Los Angeles funeral
• Dixon to be buried at West Point
• Funeral planned in Dixon's hometown
• Wojnarowski: Dixon's ride of a lifetime
• Army enjoying newfound fame