Lake Norman & Mooresville

December 22, 2010 12:00 AM

Back in Davidson, coach wants to improve Patriots

Jessica Mitchell knows Davidson well. She gets recognized at the grocery store and runs into familiar faces all over town - even on her Davidson Day team. The first-year coach went to college a mile down the road from the school, at Davidson College, where she was a four-year player for the Wildcats. So far, Mitchell has the Patriots making big strides in the right direction.

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