UGA’s women’s hoops coach agrees to $4M deal

That’s according to a memo of understanding released by UGA on Friday and signed by Crenshaw earlier this week. She was hired as Andy Landers’ successor this past Sunday.

The four-page employment agreement contracts Crenshaw to coach the Lady Bulldogs through April of 2021. If she completes that term, she will be awarded an additional $600,000 as a longevity bonus. Crenshaw has the ability to earn more money through performance bonuses and will receive cash allowances for clothes and cars.

Landers, the Bulldogs’ coach for the last 36 years, resigned last month. Crenshaw was an assistant coach on his staff for the past four years, the last three as associate head coach.

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