Drill of The Week

In this Dr. Dish Drill of the week, Coach Tony Miller breaks down a great competitive team drill to work on getting a ton of reps up in a short amount of time. Check out the full breakdown below. At the start of a new season, I’m always looking for some new, competitive team shooting drills. This

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Herrion earns 200th win at UNH

Senior forward Jayden Martinez (Cibolo, Texas) notched his fourth 20-point effort of the season to lead the University of New Hampshire men’s basketball team to a 70-55 road victory at Holy Cross on Saturday at the Hart Center. With the win, the Wildcats improve to 3-2 overall, while the Crusaders drop to 2-5 overall with

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Kroopnick named Video Coordinator at Northeastern

Men’s basketball head coach Bill Coen announced earlier this month that Northeastern alum David Kroopnick will join the staff as the program’s video coordinator. Kroopnick spent the previous four seasons as a member of the men’s basketball coaching staff at MIT, highlighted by back-to-back appearances in the NCAA Tournament during the 2017-18 and 2018-19 seasons. “I’m

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MILESTONE: Cliff Ellis wins 800th D1 game

Rudi Williams’ three with 22 seconds left carried the Coastal Carolina men’s basketball team to a come-from-behind 64-61 win in the semifinal round of the Baha Mar Nassau Championship. The win gave legendary CCU head coach Cliff Ellis his 800th career win as an NCAA Division I coach, becoming just the 13th coach in NCAA history

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MILESTONE: Blinn’s Schumacher captures win #600

Blinn College men’s basketball coach Scott Schumacher captured the 600th win of his career Monday night in the Buccaneers’ 89-68 victory over Strength ‘N Motion at the Kruse Center in Brenham. “When you reach a milestone like this, you just think back to all the guys you’ve coached, the assistants you’ve had, all the presidents, all

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HoopDirt.com Daily News – 11/23/21

The Citadel’s Duggar Baucom collapsed 63 seconds into his team’s game at Duke last night. The school later said in a statement that the 61-year-old Baucom is “alert and in good spirits” and will remain in the hospital overnight for further evaluation. He’ll return with the team Tuesday morning to Charleston, South Carolina. More HERE.

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