Cross assumes reins of Murray State women’s basketball
by Don McQuiston
Apr 02, 2008 | 0 0 comments | 1 1 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Wildcat Shortstop Donald Bush makes a throw to first to complete a double play in in the Fourth inning agianst Todd Central.
Wildcat Shortstop Donald Bush makes a throw to first to complete a double play in in the Fourth inning agianst Todd Central.
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It didn’t take long for Murray State to find its next women’s basketball head coach. Just five days after former head coach Jody Adams announced her resignation from Murray State, MSU director of athletics Allen Ward announced that former assistant coach Rob Cross would take the reins of the program.

“Rob’s impact on the program has been significant,” Ward said. “At this point in our program’s development, this move gives us the best opportunity to not miss a beat as we look to capitalize on last year’s championship season. Rob’s love for this university is quite evident, and his loyalty to the program is unmatched. Elevating Rob brings much-needed stability and continuity to the team and the program. He has definitely earned this opportunity, and I am confident he will build upon the success we have enjoyed over the past couple of years.”

Cross, a 1991 graduate of Murray State, has been an assistant coach with the women’s program for the last 13 years, serving under three different head coaches: Eddie Fields, Joi Williams Felton and Jody Adams. His recruits have included Joi Scott and Ashley Nichole Hayes -- who have won back-to-back Kodak/WBCA All-American honors as well as back-to-back Ohio Valley Conference Player of the Year awards -- and 2002 OVC Freshman of the Year Rebecca Remington.

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