After completion of the NCAA season, college basketball league USA, all franchises begin to think about the next championship and the first big news would be the departure of Sean Miller as head coach of the Arizona Wildcats.
As reported by several North American media, despite the fact that official confirmation is still missing, the 52-year-old coach is already a fact, that he directed 12 seasons and had one more year on his contract, will not continue in the position in which he had assumed in 2009 after a stint in Xavier Musketeers.
HOW SEAN MILLER’S STEP THROUGH ARIZONA WILDCATS
During his stint in Arizona, Miller harvested a record of 302 wins and 109 falls. In addition, he managed to lead the team to play three Elite Eight, the previous instance to the Final Four of the NCAA. In turn, in Arizona he won the Pac-12 award three times as coach of the year.
WHY SEAN MILLER IS LEAVING ARIZONA WILDCATS
The former baseman, who as a basketball player played in Pittsburgh Panthers, in March he had been charged with lack of responsibility as Arizona’s head coach and He was also criticized for alleged failures in trying to maintain a harmonious team.