Following Tairia Flowers' departure to become head coach at Loyola Marymount, a new coach has become a necessity for the Matadors. Flowers spent a decade leading the CSUN program, garnering more than 250 wins and leading the team to the NCAA tournament in 2015.
Player development was a hallmark of the CSUN program under Flowers, with a recent history that at one point included three Player of the Year award winners in the span of four years. The Matadors went 16-8 on the shortened 2020 season, and return leading hitter Megan Stevens as well as pitcher Kenedee Jamerson, who threw nearly half of the team's innings during the abbreviated year.
Could one of these candidates be the next head coach of the Matadors?
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