Jonathan Tsipis Resigns as GW Women's Basketball Head Coach
Search for Next Head Coach to Commence Immediately
WASHINGTON - Jonathan Tsipis has resigned as head coach of the George Washington women's basketball team.
"Over the last four years, Jonathan has restored the outstanding tradition of GW women's basketball," said Director of Athletics and Recreation Patrick Nero. "We're grateful to him, his staff and the student-athletes he coached for bringing the program back to the top of the Atlantic 10 and into the national picture. As we wish Jonathan luck, we also look forward to the next chapter of excellence at GW."
With Tsipis at the helm, the Colonials achieved a 92-38 (.708) record, back-to-back A-10 championships in 2015 and 2016 and three straight postseason appearances during his four seasons in Foggy Bottom. He was originally hired on April 6, 2012, as the ninth head coach in program history.
A search for GW's next head women's basketball coach will begin immediately.
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