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NORTH NEWTON, KAN. – Bethel College women’s basketball coach Mark Fox has resigned and will take a position at Tabor College.
He will be assistant men’s basketball coach and sports information director.
Fox has nearly 30 years of experience in coaching, recruiting and teaching. At Bethel, he served in the women’s head coach position for 11 years. He twice tied the school record for number of victories, coached three NAIA All-Americans and served on the WBCA National All-American selection committee.
Before coming to Bethel, Fox was the assistant men’s basketball coach at Newman University, Wichita. He has a bachelor’s degree in education from the University of Kansas and a master’s degree in supervision and curriculum from Emporia State University.
Back to News Head women's basketball coach Mark Fox has resigned effective June 30 and will become assistant men's basketball coach and sports information director at Tabor College. …