Michigan women’s basketball assistant Carrie Moore has landed a head coaching job at Harvard. The school announced her hiring on Tuesday.

Moore spent one season at Michigan, helping lead the program to a 25-7 record and a No. 3 seed in the NCAA Tournament. She was also the program’s recruiting coordinator.

“I am delighted to welcome Carrie to Harvard!” said athletic director ErinMcDermott. “She is poised to be an exceptional leader, mentor and teacher for current and future student-athletes. Carrie emerged from a strong pool given her impressive experiences and her alignment with Ivy League values of education and personal development. She is a true educator-coach and we are fortunate that she is joining the Crimson.”

Moore, 36, will be taking on her first job as a head coach.

“I am so incredibly humbled and excited to be the next head women’s basketball coach at Harvard University,” stated Moore. “Thank you to Erin McDermott, Nathan Fry and the rest of the search committee for this incredible opportunity, your confidence in me and for your tremendous support of our program. Also, a very special thank you to Coach Kathy Delaney-Smith for building such a tremendous foundation here and for your long history of fighting for women. Congratulations on your retirement. I am absolutely thrilled to lead these incredible young women and move this program forward. I can’t wait to get started!”

Prior to her arrival at Michigan, Moore had stops at Creighton, Princeton and North Carolina. She played college basketball at Western Michigan.