Calhoun returns to UConn

Jim Calhoun returned to the bench after more than a month of medical leave and coached Connecticut to a 74-65 win over Pittsburgh on Saturday. Calhoun took an indefinite medical leave on Feb. 3 and has missed the Huskies’ last eight games because he has spinal stenosis, a narrowing of the spine, normally associated with

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Mars Hill College Coach Retires

Mars Hill College coach Thomas Nash has decided to retire from coaching after 4 seasons as head coach with a overall record of 48-62. Stay with HoopDirt for the latest college basketball coaching news and rumors.

Scathing UCLA article

Sports Illustrated reporter George Dohrmann spent two months digging into the issues at UCLA. Dohrmann reports about the drug and alcohol abuse by players, as well as fist fights involving teammates. Here is his piece that will appear in the 3/5 edition of SI:… Stay with HoopDirt for the latest college basketball coaching news

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Tacoma CC head coach suspended

Tacoma CC head coach Carl Howell has been suspended for two weeks without pay after complaints from another coach. Howell, who also serves as the AD, is accused by the women’s volleyball coach of making comments about her anatomy and clothing and making rude gestures. Stay with HoopDirt for the latest college basketball coaching news

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Mulligan resigns at UNE

Had this yesterday in the Daily Dirt (…), but just wanted to pass along the official announcement. Jason Mulligan has officially resigned at the University of New England:… A national search will be conducted. Stay with HoopDirt for the latest college basketball coaching news and rumors.

Darner reaches #200 at Florida Southern

Florida Southern head coach Linc Darner won the 200th game of his career this past weekend as his squad defeated Palm Beach Atlantic 90-76. Darner is now 126-59 in his six seasons at FSC. He also went 74-45 in his four seasons at St. Joseph’s (IN). Stay with HoopDirt for the latest college basketball coaching

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400 wins for Payne

USC-Upstate head coach Eddie Payne won his 400th career game this past weekend. Coach Payne now owns a career-record of 400-390. He was also named as the A-Sun Coach of the Year today. The Coach of the Year honor is the second of Coach Payne’s career as the 27-year veteran earned Peach Belt Conference Coach

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McLaughlin Sets School Record For Wins

Stonehill coach David McLaughlin became the winningest coach in program history with his 172nd career win, surpassing Hall of Famer Ray Pepin who posted a 171-141 (.548) record over 11 years at the helm from 1984-1995. McLaughlin is now 172-83 (.675) over his nine seasons at Stonehill. Stay with HoopDirt for the latest college basketball

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Former Fresno St. ass’t out as HS coach

Former Fresno State assistant Senque Carey has been relieved of his duties as the head coach at Menlo-Atherton (CA) HS. Carey had been the head coach at M-A for the past two seasons. Before that, he spent five seasons at Fresno State. In 2010, Basketball Times Magazine in named him as one of the nation’s

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Charlie Coles hospitalized

Miami University men’s basketball head coach Charlie Coles is being held at the hospital for observation and rest due to a virus. He will not be on the sidelines for the RedHawks’ game at Buffalo at 3 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 25. Associate head coach Jermaine Henderson, in his 14th season as a coach with the

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Quinn out at Nyack

Head men’s basketball coach Ted Quinn has been relieved of his duties after 4 seasons at Nyack College. The announcement came from Director of Athletics Keith Davie, who said that a search for Quinn’s replacement would begin immediately. Quinn’s team concluded the 2011-12 season Tuesday night with a loss to Felician College in the final

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Brown extended at Albany

The University at Albany announced today that an agreement has been reached with men’s basketball head coach Will Brown. The terms, conditions, and details of the contract will be consummated at the end of the postseason. Brown, named the 15th head coach at UAlbany in March 2002, has brought the program from the bottom of

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