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Muffet McGraw

Coach

Muffet McGraw Ann "Muffet" McGraw (born December 5, 1955) is the current head women's basketball coach at Notre Dame. In 25 seasons at Notre Dame, she has compiled a 591-215 (.733) record. She's led her team to 4 Final Fours (1997, 2001, 2011 and 2012), and won the National Championship in 2001 against Purdue. Notre Dame has made it to the Sweet Sixteen in 6 out of the last 11 seasons, and has had 20-win seasons in 13 out of the past 14 seasons. She has led the Irish to 14 NCAA tournament appearances including a current streak of 12 straight. In the current streak, Notre Dame has made it to the second round in all but one of the appearances. McGraw graduated from Saint Joseph's University. She has compiled 50 wins over ranked opponents, including 40 over the last 8 seasons. Her teams have appeared in the AP poll 139 times during her tenure. Notre Dame has finished in the Top 3 of the Big East in 9 out of the 11 seasons they have been in the league. Notre Dame has also gotten 11 consecutive Top 20 ranked recruiting classes. She is the 27th coach in NCAA history to win over 500 career games, and is currently 25th on the all-time NCAAWB wins list with 644 victories. McGraw was awarded the US  ( Wikipedia article )

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Personal facts

Date of birth
1955-12-05
Place of birth
Pottsville
Profession
Coach

Education

Institution From To
Saint Joseph's University

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