Towson University's Women's Basketball Head Coach Placed On Administrative Leave
TOWSON, MD - Towson University recently placed Laura Harper, head coach of the women's basketball team, on administrative leave, according to an update shared by the university on Twitter.
The university did not provide further details regarding the decision or its circumstances.
This development comes on the heels of an exceptional first season for Harper at Towson. During her inaugural season, Harper led the Tigers to the third-highest win total in the team's history, securing an impressive 21-12 record. This feat marks the highest win total for a first-season head coach in the program's history.
Moreover, under Harper's guidance, Towson clinched a share of the CAA Regular Season Title, another first in the program's history. The University has yet to release additional information about the situation or its implications for the team's future.
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