Detroit Mercy Woman’s Basketball Coach Is FINALLY Out After Extensive Accusations of Abuse and Destroying Program

We reported on Detroit Mercy’s Woman’s basketball coach AnnMarie Gilbert recently and how she was retained by the University in spite of a 1 – 13 record and full-scale mutiny from her team. 

The University must have finally woke up.  Yesterday it was reported that Ms. Gilbert has cut her ties with the University:

AnnMarie Gilbert’s time at Detroit Mercy is over.

The university announced Tuesday that Gilbert, who spent one controversy-filled season as head women’s basketball coach, has departed the school. The decision was “HR personnel-related,” according to athletic director Robert Vowels, and not related to student-athletes or the NCAA.

LaTanya Collins, who recently was promoted to recruiting coordinator, was named interim head coach and will coach the entire 2020-21 season, Vowels said.

Below was our prior report:

Players and Parents Complain About Detroit Mercy Girls BBall Coach – University Keeps Coach – All 14 Players Leave


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