Watts resigns after nine seasons
DAVIDSON, N.C. -- Davidson coach Annette Watts has stepped down after nine seasons.
Watts says in a release put out by the school that she resigned because it was the right move for her and the program.
Watts is the winningest coach in school history with a career record of 144-121. She went 102-68 in Southern Conference play and led Davidson to the WNIT in 2007.
The Wildcats (14-15, 12-8) finished in sixth place in the league this season.
The school said Monday that a national search for her replacement will begin immediately.
Copyright 2010 by The Associated Press
MORE WOMEN'S BASKETBALL HEADLINES
- Report: Griner named WNBA defensive POY
- MVP Moore leads Lynx by Stars in Game 1
- Catchings' double-double keys Fever vs. Mystics
- Report: Mercury's Brondello coach of year