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Cameron Newbauer, right, was announced Monday as head women's basketball coach at Belmont University in Tennessee. Newbauer is a Leo graduate and received a bachelor's degree from IPFW.

Leo, IPFW grad Newbauer named women's coach at Belmont

Leo and IPFW graduate Cameron Newbauer on Monday was named women's basketball coach at Belmont University, the Nashville, Tenn., university has announced.

Newbauer most recently had served as an assistant at Louisville, which went 29-9 last season and reached the final game of the NCAA tournament.

"We could not be more pleased that Cameron has accepted our offer to lead our women's basketball program," Belmont athletic director Mike Strickland said in a statement.

"Throughout this process, Cameron has exceeded our expectations in every regard. His impressive background in both the women's and men's game speaks for itself. Yet Cameron's character, sincerity and enthusiasm are unmistakable and ideally suited for Belmont University."

Newbauer spent five seasons as an assistant at Georgia's women's program, as well as an assistant for Siena's men's program.

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