June 19th, 2019 | by CollegeAD

Following the departure of head coach Kellie Harper in the wake of an NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 appearance, it appears Missouri State is going to invest more money into its new Lady Bears coaching staff. New head coach Amaka Agugua-Hamilton’s staff is slated to make more money than Harper’s staff did before the majority of it departed for Tennessee. The Missouri State University Board of Governors is expected to approve the contracts for the new Lady Bears assistant coaches on Friday. Harper’s assistant coaching staff in its final season made $257,487 between Jon Harper, Jessica Jackson and Jackie Stiles when you don’t include the additional $20,000 Stiles received for promotional compensation.  Agugua-Hamilton’s staff of Franqua Bedell, Seth Minter and Tori Jankoska is set to make $270,000 once approved on Friday. Bedell will make $105,000, Minter will make $95,000 and Jankoska will make $70,000. Also noted was a slight pay increase for Agugua-Hamilton as she enters her first season as the Lady Bears head coach. – Wyatt D. Wheeler, news-leader – Read More

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