Breaking News: Dennis Wolff reportedly hired as new head coach of Virginia Tech Women’s teamMarch 20th, 2011 by Sam Perkins
Hot of the rumor mill: Several sources close to the situation spoken to One-Bid Wonders on the condition of anonymity and indicated that former Boston University Terrier head coach Dennis Wolff has a new head coaching gig, as he has reportedly been hired as the head coach of the Virginia Tech Women’s basketball team. This has not been confirmed from official channels (and there would not be an official press release until after the end of the women’s season), however, it has been reported to OBW by several VERY credible sources.
Wolff was fired from his head coaching position at Boston University on March 11, 2009. In fifteen seasons at BU, he became the program’s all-time leader in wins, compiling a 247 and 197 record while leading the Terriers to 2 NCAA appearances and 3 NIT’s. Wolff was succeeded by current Terriers head coach Pat Chambers. After spending the 2009-2010 season out of basketball, he spent the past season as the Director of Basketball Ops for the men’s team at Virginia Tech.
The women’s head coaching position at Virginia Tech became available after former head coach Beth Dunkenberger resigned on March 14, following seven seasons as the Hokies head coach.
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