Montana Tech coaches quit after AD fired
Montana Tech women's head basketball coach and assistant coach have quit following the firing of Athletic Director Charles Bradley.
The Montana Standard reports (http://bit.ly/1bbvHcF) the cascade of events started Saturday morning with the firing of Bradley.
Head coach DeAnn Craft and assistant Kesha Watson then stepped down as a show of support just hours before a Frontier Conference game on the Montana Tech campus.
The school gave no reason for Bradley's firing. A statement by Montana Tech Chancellor Don Blackketter simply says Bradley is no longer with the school.
Bradley started working at the school in May.
Craft and Watson joined the team this season, going 6-6 overall and 2-4 in conference play.
Lewis-Clark State College defeated Montana Tech 85-69 on Saturday.
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