Catching-up on recent milestones

Catching-up on some recent milestone wins hit by men’s basketball coaches over the past few days…


St. Ambrose men’s basketball coach Ray Shovlain became the 21st NAIA coach all-time and one of just four currently active NAIA coaches to reach 700 career wins with his 78-66 victory over Iowa Wesleyan Thursday night. He is the 63rd men’s basketball coach to reach the plateau across the NAIA and all three divisions of the NCAA. More HERE.


NAIA Grand View University downed Peru State on Saturday 81-76. The win gave Head Coach Denis Schaefer career win 400.  He is in the top twenty of active winningest coaches as his overall record is now 400-354. More on Schaefer HERE.


Oklahoma Wesleyan’s 79-71 victory on Monday was a milestone for Head Coach Donnie Bostwick, in his 9th season as OKWU’s head coach, as he now has won 400 games as a head coach at the NAIA level. More HERE.


Norwich University Head Men’s Basketball Coach Paul Booth earned the 350th victory of his collegiate head coaching career, and Donovan Lewis Jr. knocked down all of his free throws as the Cadets downed Emmanuel 61-60 on Wednesday evening. More on Booth HERE.


Ursinus Men’s Basketball head coach Kevin Small earned his 300th career win as the Bears defeated Washington College 86-75 on Saturday afternoon at Helfferich Hall in Centennial Conference play. More on Small HERE.


In the University of North Florida’s seventh conference game decided by three points or less, the Ospreys (8-18, 4-8 ASUN) overcame the odds and dug deep on the road to hold off Kennesaw State, 74-72, Saturday, Feb. 12. With the win, Head Coach Matthew Driscoll became the only coach in UNF men’s basketball history to reach 200 wins. More on Driscoll HERE.


SUNY Sullivan head coach Brent Wilson became the program’s all-time wins leader when his squad downed Rockland CC 103-65 on Thursday. More on Wilson HERE.

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