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Posted March 27, 2009

Don Flora, the beloved head coach who has led the University of La Verne women’s volleyball team to numerous regional and national awards, has resigned after 11 years.

Flora, who also coached men’s tennis, has accepted a position as assistant coach at New Mexico State University, a Division I school.

The two assistant tennis coaches will take over his role.

“I was excited for Coach Don Flora,” said Interim Athletic Director Julie Kline. “I think this is a wonderful opportunity for him and his family.”

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