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AU 's Ramsey To Step Down After 2014-'15 Season

Story By: Jeff Alan



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In what will be her 20th year as head coach of the Ashland University women's basketball team, Sue Ramsey announced she will step aside after the 2014-'15 basketball season. In 19 years Ramsey has compiled a record of 342-208 and led the Lady Eagles to back-to- back national championship games in March of 2012 and 2013, winning the the Divsion II title in '13. Her reocrd over those two seasons was 70-3, including a 19-0 GLIAC finish in 2011- '12.

Under Ramsey the AU women qualified for the Division II tournament four times and won two GLIAC championships winning the South Division seven times. She was also named D-2 Coach of the Year and GLIAC Coach of the Year in 2011-'12. Seventh year assistant Robyn Fralick will take the program over starting the 2015-'16 season. The Eagles will open their season on November 14th in a tournament at Ohio Dominican, with the home opener November 25th against Gannon.

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