Britni Mueller is stepping down as women's basketball coach at Nebraska Wesleyan, the school announced Wednesday.
Mueller coached the Prairie Wolves for four seasons. She said wants to devote more time to her family.
"It is going to be very difficult to say goodbye to Nebraska Wesleyan and this women's basketball team, but I believe this is the best decision for myself and my family," Mueller said in a news release.
Wesleyan is coming off its best season since 2001. The Prairie Wolves finished 13-13 and earned the sixth seed in the Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Tournament. It marked the program's first appearance in a conference tournament.
"Coach Mueller has worked hard to elevate our women’s basketball program and has brought respectability to Prairie Wolves women’s basketball," NWU athletic director Ira Zeff said. "Our team has made great strides during her tenure at NWU and I wish her the best in her pursuit of new professional goals."