Keystone fills vacancy again

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Sullivan spent the last two seasons in the ODAC on the sidelines at Shenandoah.
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For the second time this off season, Keystone has filled its women's basketball head coaching vacancy. After Keystone's first hire left for another job, the Giants named Shenandoah assistant Meghan Sullivan to the post.

Keystone athletic director Dr. Matthew Grimaldi announced that Sullivan will fill the head coaching vacancy effective August 15. Sullivan was the top assistant under Melissa Smelzer-Kraft at Shenandoah for two seasons after working on Matt Donohue's staff at Catholic for four seasons.

In April Keystone announced that it had hired King's College assistant Caitlin Hadzimichalis as its new head coach, replacing Grimaldi who stepped into the role midway through the 2014-15 season. When King's head coach Brian Donoghue left to join the staff at Division I Vermont, Hadzimichalis returned to King's to become the Monarchs' new coach.

Sullivan graduated from Elmira College where she played guard three years for the Soaring Eagles. She earned her Master of Science degree from Catholic in 2014.

Keystone finished 7-17, 4-12 in the CSAC last season.