Milwaukee head coach Rob Jeter fired after 11 seasons 

For the second time in two days, a Horizon League head coaching position has opened up. Milwaukee announced today, shortly before the start of the first NCAA Tournament game, that Rob Jeter had been let go after 11 seasons as Panthers head coach.

Jeter’s teams went 185-170 overall during his tenure, including 2 NCAA Tournament appearances (in 2006 & 2014). The Panthers finished this past season at 20-13 (10-8), joining Jeter with Billy Donlon as the two coaches fired this offseason following a 20-win campaign.

Before getting the head gig at Milwaukee, Jeter spent 10 of 11 seasons as an assistant to Bo Ryan. That stretch included time at UW-Platteville, Milwaukee and Wisconsin, and Jeter also played for Bo Ryan at UW-Platteville from 1987-1991.

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