There really wasn’t anything out of the ordinary for Carli Tritz during the formal meetings where she sat down with Creighton’s head coach and made a case to be considered for the vacant assistant coaching position.In her mind, she’s been auditioning since she arrived. Even when she didn’t know it.She played for coach Jim Flanery. She earned a spot as a graduate manager. She dabbled some as a part-time director of operations. She was the program’s video coordinator last season.
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Creighton coach Greg McDermott thinks he and his staff found the right mix of opponents to fill out CU’s nonconference schedule, which includes more marquee matchups than are typically on the Jays’ November and December calendar.Most of the high-profile games won’t occur inside the CenturyLink Center, either — although the always-heated battle with rival Nebraska is set to take place on Saturday, Dec. 9, in Omaha.On Dec. 1, Creighton is traveling to Gonzaga, where it’ll meet the national...
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Selecting a term
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