Nebraska women’s basketball assistant Chuck Love has moved on from the program, according to a post on his social media from Friday morning.
Thank you Nebraska ❤️ pic.twitter.com/AJsPYWKYtd
— Chuck Love (@CoachLove85) May 13, 2022
Hail Varsity requested and is awaiting comment from Nebraska and head coach Amy Williams.
Love was suspended with pay on Feb. 19, the same day then-starting guard Ashley Scoggin was removed from the online roster.
Love was an assistant under Williams for the past 10 seasons and has been at Nebraska for the last six. This season was his first as the Huskers’ associate head coach. Love oversaw Nebraska’s player development program across all positions.
Before his time in Lincoln, Love was an assistant under Williams at South Dakota for four seasons. Love joined Williams at South Dakota after spending the 2011-12 campaign as an assistant for the Rogers State (Oklahoma) men’s basketball team, where he was responsible for recruiting, scouting and development of post players. Williams was the Rogers State’s women’s basketball coach that year.
Love’s first full-time assistant coaching job was at Wayland Baptist in Texas. He took that job after being a graduate assistant at his alma mater, Northwestern Oklahoma State, where he played basketball from 2006-07 and 2007-08.