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UIndy Coach Who Led Greyhounds to First NCAA Championship is Out

via USA Lacrosse Magazine online, by Paul Ohanian, photo by John Strohsacker

(Note: I believe we have had Florida commits to UIndy, so this is informational)


University of Indianapolis women’s lacrosse coach James Delaney has been fired less than three months after leading the school to its first NCAA Division II championship.

“I am no longer at UIndy. I was fired,” Delaney texted Monday. He offered no reason or explanation for the firing, adding only, “I have really appreciated my time over the last five years at the University of Indianapolis. I want to thank all my players and staff members for their hard work and dedication into turning the women’s lacrosse program into a national champion. I wish the program and university all the best in the future.”

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