BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Buffalo fired women's basketball coach Cheryl Dozier on Tuesday, citing the team's struggles over the past two seasons.
The school said a national search for a replacement would begin immediately.
Dozier compiled an 89-107 record (44-68 Mid-American Conference) during seven seasons at Buffalo, with the team's best finish coming in 2000-01 with a tie for second in the MAC East Division.
In the last two seasons, the team posted a 10-45 record (6-26 Mid-American Conference) and won just two of its last 30 road games.
Copyright 2005 by The Associated Press
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