Women's College Basketball

               === Cheryl Miller named head coach at Langston ===
 Langston,  OK (SportsNetwork.com) - Hall of Famer Cheryl Miller has been named
 head women's basketball coach at Langston University.
 Miller,  50,  was a colligate star  at Southern California, helping the school
 win  the national title in 1983 and 1984. She was named NCAA Tournament MVP in
 1983 and was the Naismith Player of the Year three straight years beginning in
 1984. Miller led the U.S. women to gold in the 1984 Olympics and was enshrined
 into the Basketball Hall of Fame in 1995.
 Her  head  coaching experience includes stints  with USC, where she went 42-14
 from 1993-95, and in the WNBA with the Phoenix Mercury from 1997-2000.
 She has served as an NBA sideline reporter with TNT for 17 years.
 Miller's  connection to  Langston is athletic director Mike Garrett, who hired
 Miller at USC when he was AD at the school.
 05/01 13:00:22 ET

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