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Niki Reid Geckeler resigns as Tiger coach

Niki Reid Geckeler resigned as head coach of the Towson Tigers women’s basketball team after four years.

After four seasons at the helm of the Towson Tigers women’s basketball program, Niki Reid Geckeler resigned from her position as head coach so she could pursue other coaching opportunities.

“I want to thank Niki for her four years of service to the women’s basketball program and Towson University,” Towson Director of Athletics Tim Leonard said. “I believe our program is in a better place than when she arrived, and she played a key role in building the foundation for a solid future.”

Towson was 43-80 under Reid Geckeler, but they saw a five-game improvement last year from the year before. Two players earned First Team All-CAA selections and All-Defensive honorees. Both LaTori Hines-Allen (2014-15) and Tanisha McTiller (2013-14) were First-Team All-CAA picks while McTiller (2013-14) and Raven Bankston (2016-17) were All-Defensive Team selections.

A search for her replacement will be put underway immediately.

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