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HOT: Lewis not renewed at N. Michigan

The contract of Northern Michigan University men’s basketball coach Doug Lewis will not be renewed, according to NMU Athletic Director Forrest Karr. Lewis has been the Wildcats’ head coach for the last three seasons. This past year, Northern went 5-21 overall and 4-18 in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference for last place in the

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Ben Jobe award finalists

The Ben Jobe Award is presented annually to the top minority coach in division I men’s basketball. Coach Jobe is an icon in the history of basketball at Historically Black Colleges and Universities. He is best known as the head coach of the Southern University, a position he held for 12 seasons. He has also

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OFFICIAL: Young fired at Georgia Southern

I blogged about this last night when I first heard the rumor – it’s now official…Charlton Young has been fired after four seasons at Georgia Southern. Here’s the official statement from GSU: Georgia Southern University will make a change in leadership of its men’s basketball program, Director of Athletics Tom Kleinlein announced today. The Eagles

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Cameron hires Gamet

Cameron University Director of Athletics Jim Jackson has removed the interim tag and named Nate Gamet as the next head coach of the men’s basketball program. “For the last five years I have seen firsthand Coach Gamet’s work and successes,” said Jackson. “He has earned this appointment and I fully expect Nate will move our

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Concordia (NE) hires new HC

Ben Limback will return to his alma mater as Concordia’s head men’s basketball coach, the university announced Tuesday. Limback, formerly the head coach at Concordia University-Ann Arbor, steps into the role that Marty Kohlwey held during the 2012-13 season. Kohlwey will resume his position as the program’s top assistant. Limback emerged as the top candidate

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Walcavich retires at Edinboro U. (PA)

After 24 years as the Edinboro men’s basketball coach and 31 years overall as a head coach, Greg Walcavich announced his retirement. Walcavich was hired as Edinboro’s head coach in 1989 after a highly-successful two-year stint at West Virginia Wesleyan. His tenure at Edinboro has been earmarked by winning basketball teams. He surpassed Jim McDonald

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Emory & Henry’s Russo resigns

Emory & Henry College Head Men’s Basketball Coach Paul Russo has resigned effective March 29, Director of Athletic Myra Sims announced Monday. Russo served at the helm of the Wasps’ program for the past six years, compiling a 42-112 record. Russo, a 2003 Emory & Henry graduate and four-year letterwinner for the Wasps, saw two

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Grundman resigns at Marywood

Marywood University Director of Athletics and Recreation Dr. Mary Jo Gunning has announced that veteran coach Eric Grundman has resigned his post as Head Men’s Basketball Coach. Grundman, who has coached the men’s basketball squad for the past 12 seasons, will remain at the University as the Assistant Director of Athletics and Recreation and Head

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Corban (OR) hires coach

Former Warrior player and head coach Steve Masten returns for his second stint as head coach of Corban’s men’s basketball team, as announced Wednesday by the University’s administration. "Corban Athletics couldn’t ask for a better gift from a Warrior alumnus than to have Steve Masten re-take the reins of our men’s basketball program," said Tim

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Springer’s Contract Not Renewed

Shippensburg University athletics administration announced Monday that men’s basketball coach Dave Springer’s contract will not be renewed for next season. SU finished the 2012-13 season with a 7-20 record and earned the No. 6 seed in the PSAC Tournament. Springer posted a 144-189 record with the Raiders in 12 seasons as the head coach. Stay

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