EKU introduces Greg Todd as the program’s 10th women’s basketball head coach

It's a homecoming and a dream come true for EKU's newest women's basketball head coach, Greg Todd.

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RICHMOND, KY (WTVQ)- It’s a homecoming and a dream come true for EKU’s newest women’s basketball head coach, Greg Todd.

The Colonel alum was introduced as the program’s 10th head coach Wednesday after leaving Morehead State. Todd said he’s been dreaming of being the Colonel’s head coach since 1994.

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After leading Morehead State to three 20-win seasons from 2016-2019, Todd said he hopes to bring more of those seasons to a Colonel’s program that’s only won 20 games three times in 16 years.

“We’re going to play fast. We’re going to be shooting a lot of three-point shots…we are definitely going to play more up-tempo,” said Todd. “What this program will be, with the success I’ve had, it’s the players. When we’re winning games, that’s on them.”

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