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BREAKING: ‘Legendary’ Central Michigan coach retires

According to reports, Sue Guevara, the winningest women’s basketball coach in Central Michigan University history, has retired.

CMU made the report official on Friday morning.

From CMU:

“It is time,” Guevara said. “I have been leaning this way since the end of the season but wanted to separate myself from it a little bit to see if I felt the same way, and I do. I love Central Michigan so much – everything about it. When I came in 2007, this place opened its collective arms to me and gave me the support and love needed to build this program. Hopefully, I did CMU proud because I gave it everything I had over the past 12 years and loved every second of it.
 
“I will miss a lot about leading this program but the thing I will miss the most will be the student-athletes. I have been blessed with having so many young women and their families who have committed to this program and given it their all. The credit for our success should go to them because they believed in me and this program and understood how great it could be. I’d also want to thank our administration for their support, especially President Davies and AD Michael Alford, and the community for really embracing our team and making McGuirk Arena one of the best environments in the country.”

According to Tony Paul of the Detroit News, Guevara will be replaced by Heather Oesterle, who had been CMU’s associate head coach.

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