ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) -- Kevin Borseth got a six-year deal to leave Wisconsin-Green Bay and become coach for the struggling University of Michigan women's basketball program.
Borseth replaces Cheryl Burnett, who retired after four seasons.
The Wolverines were 35-83 overall and 10-54 in the Big Ten on Burnett's watch.
Borseth was 216-62 over nine seasons at Green Bay.
He'll get about $300,000 a year at Michigan.
The 52-year-old native of Bessemer coached Michigan Tech from 1987-1998, posting a 225-97 record.
Michigan also hired Grand Valley State head coach Dawn Plitzuweit as an associate under Borseth.