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America East issues reprimand to Maine Men’s Basketball Coach Richard Barron

The America East Conference has issued a reprimand to University of Maine men’s basketball head coach Richard Barron for his public criticism of officiating, Commissioner Amy Huchthausen announced today. Barron made comments criticizing the officials during a televised halftime interview in Maine’s game vs. Vermont on January 22. Barron’s squad was trailing UVM 28-26 at

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Hartford’s Gallagher signs contract extension

Hartford head men’s basketball coach John Gallagher has signed a multi-year contract extension, Interim Director of Athletics Maria Feeley announced Thursday morning. The deal will keep Gallagher with the Hawks though the 2022–23 season. “I am honored and humbled to continue to lead the University of Hartford’s men’s basketball program,” Gallagher said. “Hartford is a

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McCarty issues statement on firing; denies allegations

Walter McCarty has issued a statement through his attorney regarding his dismissal as the head basketball coach at Evansville. McCarty’s attorney released a letter to the Courier Post earlier today which read: “Coach Walter McCarty received notice from the University yesterday evening, immediately prior to its press release, that he was being terminated as the

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Evansville fires Walter McCarty

The University of Evansville announced today the dismissal of Walter McCarty as Head Coach of the Men’s Basketball team, effective immediately. Mr. McCarty was placed on administrative leave on December 26, 2019, as UE initiated an external investigation by a national law firm into reports of alleged sexual misconduct and violations of the University’s Title

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Utah’s Krystkowiak becomes 3rd coach this season to be reprimanded by Pac-12

Utah head coach Larry Krystkowiak has been reprimanded by the Pac-12 Conference for public comments made about men’s basketball officiating, Commissioner Larry Scott announced. Krystkowiak made comments to the media that called into question the officiating during Utah’s game at Arizona State on Saturday, Jan. 18. “The Pac-12 membership has established rules that prohibit our

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Burt Paddock Wins his 300th Game

Not only did the Davenport University men’s basketball team win its fifth game in a row and seventh out of the last eight on Saturday at Northwood, but it earned career win No. 300 for Head Coach Burt Paddock. The 12th-year head coach improved to 300-91 (76.7 winning percentage) and will look for victory No.

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