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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Alysha Clark of the WNBA's Seattle Storm has been hired as an assistant coach for Middle Tennessee and will join her alma mater when the league's season ends.

Middle Tennessee coach Rick Insell announced the hiring Thursday.

Clark has played professionally the past four years and signed with Seattle in March 2012. She played two seasons for Middle Tennessee and averaged 27.9 points and 10.7 rebounds in that time as a two-time player of the year in both the Sun Belt Conference and the Altantic Sun after starting her career at Belmont.


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