Michigan hires Wilson as women's basketball assistant
ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — Michigan has hired Toyelle Wilson as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator for its women's basketball team.
The school announced the move Monday. Wilson spent the past six seasons as an assistant at Baylor and was the head coach at Prairie View A&M for three seasons.
Baylor won the national title this year. Before joining the Baylor staff, Wilson led Prairie View A&M to three straight SWAC Tournament championships.
A native of Voorhees, New Jersey, Wilson played basketball at Manhattan and earned her degree in 2003.
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