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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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Grogan named head coach at JWU Denver

Johnson & Wales University’s Denver Campus has announced that Quintin Grogan has been hired to lead the Wildcat Men’s Basketball program. Grogan most recently served as assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at Northern Arizona University from 2009-2012. Prior to his tenure at NAU, Grogan served as assistant at Metropolitan State University in Denver from 2008-2009.

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HOT: Rike out at Angelo State

Angelo State University has announced that it will not renew the contracts of men’s head basketball coach Fred Rike or assistant men’s basketball coach Kenneth Mangrum. "I appreciate everything Fred and Kenneth have done for our university and our student-athletes,” said Angelo State Athletics Director Sean Johnson. "I wish them success and the best moving

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HOT: Harter fired at Pace

After sixteen years of service at Pace University, Jim Harter will not continue as head coach for men’s basketball. Harter finished his 16th season, leading the Setters to a 9-16 overall record and 6-15 finish in the Northeast-10, short of a bid into the conference playoffs. Harter went 224-213 overall in his time at Pace.

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St. Martin’s (WA) coach fired

Saint Martin’s University will not retain men’s basketball coach Keith Cooper next season, Director of Athletics Bob Grisham announced today. Cooper finished the 2012-13 season on Saturday with an 82-71 victory over Central Washington University, closing out 10 seasons as head coach. Cooper was hired as Saint Martin’s head coach in 2003 and compiled a

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Gavers named HC at Hastings

Nearly five months after Hastings College Bronco Men’s Basketball Head Coach Lance Creech announced he would step down at the end of the 2012-2013 campaign, the search for Creech’s replacement is complete. Effective June 1, 2013, Bill Gavers ’88 will return to Hastings College to serve as Head Coach for Men’s Basketball. The Omaha, Neb.-native

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AIB names new head coach

AIB College of Business has named former University of Northern Iowa standout Cory Jenkins as its new men’s basketball head coach. Jenkins served as assistant coach at AIB the past two seasons and was named interim men’s basketball coach in January. He then guided AIB to a win over St. Ambrose University to close the

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Woliczko resigns @ Montana Tech

Montana Tech men’s head basketball coach Aaron Woliczko has announced his resignation. Woliczko, who came to Montana from the University of Pacific where he was an assistant coach, is moving back to California to work in his hometown of Santa Cruz. The Oredigger basketball team finished 15-15 overall this year in Woliczko’s third season at

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Iowa Wesleyan Coach Resigns

Iowa Wesleyan College head men’s basketball coach Jess Settles announced his resignation today in order to focus more on helping his dad run the family farm. Settles spent two years at the helm of the Tigers’ basketball team. This past season, the Tigers finished with a 14-13 overall record, finishing the season with a close

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