Erica Henry steps down as FVSU women’s basketball coach

FORT VALLEY, Georgia (FVSU ATHLETICS) – Fort Valley State University women’s basketball coach Erica Henry has resigned as head coach.

Henry has decided to move on after two years and accept the position of Recruiting Coordinator/Assistant Coach at Prairie View A & M University.

“We thank Coach Henry for her time here and wish her much success in the future,” said Director of Athletics Joshua W. Murfree, Jr.

Henry’s record over two seasons was 22-35 and 16-17 in SIAC (Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference) action. The Lady Wildcats finished with a 9-20 overall record in 2014-15 and went 7-10 in conference play.

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