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Albertus Magnus Head Coach Mitch Oliver Earns 300th Victory

Graduate student Terry Dawkins (Bronx, N.Y.) and senior Justice Washington (Hamden, Conn.) of the Albertus Magnus College men’s basketball team recorded a pair of double-doubles as the Falcons captured their fourth consecutive win following a 76-64 home victory over the Bulldogs of Dean College on Sunday afternoon inside “The Nest” in Great Northeast Athletic Conference

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Drill of The Week

Here’s another idea for adding some pressure to the shooter with a closing out defender. This time, we’re simulating an east-west closeout, similar to what shooter might face playing against a zone defense.  Coach Tony Miller is bringing a great drill for players to work on their contested shooting. As well as practicing controlling the

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Grzesk wins 300th game at D3 St. Norbert

St. Norbert College men’s basketball coach Gary Grzesk won his 300th game at the school in a fitting manner, claiming a 55-48 defensive battle over Milwaukee School of Engineering in a Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference game at Kern Center. Grzesk improved to 300-103 in 16 seasons with the Green Knights. Including three seasons at Lakeland, Grzesk is

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Pocono Invitational Basketball Camp Internships Available

About Pocono Invitational Basketball Camp: Pocono Invitational Basketball Camp is the Longest Running Basketball Camp in the Nation. For over 60 years, PIBC camps have helped players of all levels improve, develop, and become students of the game. PIBC offers campers a unique blend of traditional camp experience along with expert basketball instruction from the

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UConn coaches Hurley, Young to miss tonight’s game at Seton Hall

UConn men’s basketball head coach Dan Hurley and associate head coach Kimani Young have each tested positive for the Covid virus and will not coach Wednesday night’s game against Seton Hall at the Prudential Center. This follows the absence of assistant coach Tom Moore at last week’s game against Marquette for the same reason. UConn assistant coaches Moore and Luke Murray will assume

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DerMarr Johnson named Assistant Coach at West Virginia

DerMarr Johnson, who played 16 seasons of professional basketball, including seven seasons in the NBA, has been named assistant men’s basketball coach at West Virginia University, coach Bob Huggins announced. Johnson will begin his duties at WVU once all policies and procedures adopted by the University for new hires are complete. “Obviously, DerMarr is a guy who I know

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WEEK 10: HoopDirt.com Coach of the Week presented by Just Play Solutions

Congratulations to the following coaches who have been selected as the Week 10 HoopDirt.com Coach of the Week presented by Just Play Solutions. These coaches are now eligible to receive the HoopDirt.com National Coach of the Year Award presented by Just Play Solutions which will be announced at the conclusion of the 2022-23 college basketball season. This is the eighth season that

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UMass-Dartmouth’s Baptiste earns 700th career win

University of Massachusetts Dartmouth men’s basketball team came away with a 68-57 road victory over Castleton University, but this was not just any victory. With this win, head coach Brian Baptiste has reached a huge, and not-so-common milestone. Baptiste secured his 700th career victory, he is the only active NCAA Division III basketball coach to reach that number,

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