The UTEP Sports Department yesterday confirmed Rodney Terry’s resignation from Mineros basketball coach, and stated in a brief statement that they will look for replacements across the country.
Since renewing his contract with Terry last weekend, Terry has left the UTEP ship. Rumors have been circulating since last weekend that he is the new coach of Texas Longhorn University Chris Beard (Chris Beard). Assistant, has a long-term friendship with him. .
“We would like to thank Coach Terry and his staff for the work they have done to establish our plan over the past three years. We wish him all the best in his future work,” said Jim Senter, UTEP Sports Director.
Terry worked as an assistant in Texas from 2002 to 2011. He coached the miners in the past three seasons and accumulated 37 wins, 48 losses and a 19-33 record in the US conference games. He has never led the Flintstones’ winning season in the league, only in the past year he reached .500 (8-8).
Center said: “We will start searching for our next basketball coach across the country.” He added: “The plan to use the search company has not yet been determined.”
“After a lot of deliberation in recent days, I decided to resign from the position of head coach of the Minero men’s basketball team. Basically, Chris Beard of the University of Texas at Austin and the opportunity to return home are the motivation for this decision.
So far, there have been names of people who can replace Terry, including the name of Abilene Christian’s head coach Joe Golding, who was eliminated from the NCAA tournament this year. Texas. Greg Foster, assistant and former miner of the Indiana Pacers; Baylor Bears assistant Jerome Tang and UTEP together became the second Texas team to win the national championship; and the current Mineros assistants Kanton Paulino and Nick Matson.