Linda Lappe will join Molly Goodenbour leading the University of San Francisco women's basketball program after Jennifer Azzi's departure. (Courtesy YouTube)

Linda Lappe will join Molly Goodenbour leading the University of San Francisco women's basketball program after Jennifer Azzi's departure. (Courtesy YouTube)

USF women’s basketball adds Colorado coach to staff

The University of San Francisco women’s basketball program added a new head coach a couple weeks ago.

On Tuesday, the program announced Molly Goodenbour would be adding University of Colorado head coach Linda Lappe to her staff as the associate head coach.

“I feel very fortunate to have Linda join the program,” Goodenbour said in a news release. “She is well-respected across the country for her work ethic, coaching and teaching efficacy along with her skill at player development and attention to detail. She is a consummate professional and her experience at the Pac-12 level will be an asset to our program.”

Lappe earned a 98-69 overall record during her time in Boulder. College Sportslinda lappeMolly Goodenbourncaa women's basketballUniversity of San FranciscoWest Coast Conferencewomen's basketball

Just Posted

ose Pak and Willie Brown at an event in 2014. 
Rose Pak and Willie Brown at an event in 2014.
Willie and Rose: An alliance for the ages

How the Mayor and Chinatown activist shaped San Francisco, then and now

Dominion Voting Systems demonstrates a new voting system The City is considering to adopt for use in future elections at City Hall on Thursday, July 26, 2018. (Kevin N. Hume/S.F. Examiner)
Is San Francisco’s elections director impeding voting machine progress?

Open source technology could break up existing monopoloy

City officials have informed the owners of El Farolito, a legendary taqueria that started in the Mission District, that they cannot open a new location in North Beach due to rules against “formula retail.” (Gil Duran/SF Examiner)
Free El Farolito! San Francisco’s North Beach burrito ban must not stand

San Francisco reaches new level of absurdity with ban on famed burrito spot

San Francisco supervisors are considering plans to replace trash cans — a “Renaissance” garbage can is pictured on Market Street — with pricey, unnecessary upgrades. (Kevin N. Hume/The Examiner)
San Francisco must end ridiculous and expensive quest for ‘pretty’ trash cans

SF’s unique and pricey garbage bins a dream of disgraced former Public Works director

Giants right fielder Mike Yastrzemski is pictured at bat on July 29 against the Dodgers at Oracle Park; the teams are in the top spots in their league as the season closes. (Chris Victorio/Special to The Examiner)
With playoff positions on the line, old rivalries get new life

Giants cruised through season, Dodgers not far behind

Most Read