COLUMBIA - She got her first head coaching job at Duke University in 1992. She finished above .500 in her second year. Then, she made 13 straight NCAA Tournament appearances, including 10 Sweet 16s, four Final Fours, and two national title game appearances. She won eight ACC conference championships and 12 National Coach of the Year honors. She has won at least 30 games in seven consecutive seasons – the first to ever do that.
Goestenkors looks to return Texas women's hoops to place among elite
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