Former SLU coach Gray-Miller to be Nebraska aide

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LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) -- Former Saint Louis women's head basketball
coach Shimmy Gray-Miller has been hired as an assistant at
Nebraska.

Nebraska coach Connie Yori announced Tuesday that Gray-Miller
would replace Kellie Lewis-Jay, who left to become head coach at
Florida Atlantic.

Gray-Miller was fired in March after the Billikins went 11-12.
They were 71-136 in Gray-Miller's seven years at the school.

Yori called Gray-Miller "a high-energy person with great
character."

Gray-Miller previously was an assistant at Arizona and
Washington. She played college basketball at Michigan.