Idaho coach resigns at AD's suggestion
MOSCOW, Idaho -- Idaho women's basketball coach Mike Divilbiss resigned Friday after athletic director Rob Spear decided the Vandals needed to move in another direction.
The Vandals were 4-25 this season and were 82-119 in Divilbiss' seven seasons as head coach.
A settlement was reached on the two years remaining on Divilbiss' contract, school spokeswoman Becky Paull said. She said she could not provide details because the settlement must be approved.
Alison Chase, an assistant for the past two seasons, will serve as interim head coach.
Divilbiss' resignation came a week after the university hired Don Verlin to coach the men's basketball team after firing George Pfeifer, whose two-year record was 12-48.
Copyright 2008 by The Associated Press
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