A sad decision, but given her health, it's probably the right one. And what a legacy she leaves behind: 38 seasons, 18 Final Fours, 8 national championships, all the coaches and assistants in the game that started off her tree, never missed a NCAA tournament, and (most important of all) never failed to graduate a player.
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The story of her recruiting a player while in labor is something extraordinary. Definitely something no male coach could ever do! She's a class act and the sports world needs WAY more coaches like her.
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