George Washington Releases Head Women's Basketball Coach Mike Bozeman
Athletics and Recreation to Immediately Commence Search for New Head Coach
March 5, 2012
WASHINGTON - The George Washington University Department of Athletics and Recreation announced today the release of Head Women's Basketball Coach Mike Bozeman. Bozeman's four-year contract was set to expire in June. The assistant coaches will also not be returning.
"We want to thank Mike for his four years as head coach and three seasons as an assistant coach with our women's basketball program," said Director of Athletics and Recreation Patrick Nero. "He worked very hard to bring the success to our women's basketball program that we all hoped could be achieved. We wish him the best as we look forward to the future for GW women's basketball."
Bozeman compiled a record of 42-75 (.359) in four seasons at the helm of the Colonials, including a 19-37 (.339) mark in Atlantic 10 play. He was originally hired on June 24, 2008 as the eighth head coach in GW women's basketball history.
"I am disappointed that I will not have the opportunity to return as coach here at GW, but I am thankful to all that worked hard these past four years, especially our student-athletes and assistant coaches," said Bozeman.
The Department of Athletics and Recreation will launch a search immediately for a new head women's basketball coach.
Women's Basketball to #Play4Kay on Wednesday Night
Colonials to raise money and awareness for the Kay Yow Cancer Fund
Women's Basketball Hosts Senior Day on Saturday
Colonials aim for sixth straight win in final home game for prolific senior class
Women's Basketball Hosts St. Bonaventure on Wednesday Night for Pink Game
Colonials ride four-game win streak into meeting with Bonnies
Women's Basketball's Washington Named A-10 Co-Player of the Week
Senior returned from injury with two 21-point performances
Women's Basketball Picks Up Key Road Win at La Salle, 79-65
Martins (22 points) and Washington (21 points) lead way; Schaible double-doubles
Women's Basketball Tops Fordham on Field Trip Day, 63-46
Washington and Martins combine for 41 points and 16 rebounds as Colonials down Rams in key A-10 battle
Women's Basketball Hosts Dayton for Homecoming on Sunday
Colonials aiming for revenge in nationally-televised contest on ESPNU
Women's Basketball Visits Rhode Island Aiming for Third Straight Win
Colonials and Rams to meet on Wednesday night in Kingston, R.I.