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Daily Dirt – 4/4/22

Story: Adam Nelson (@HD_DirtKing) A few quick things to kick off the week… No secret here…former Miami (OH) head coach Jack Owens is headed to Ohio State as an assistant. He had been the Redhawks head coach since 2017, and was a long-time assistant in the Big Ten at Purdue before that. The search at

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March Madness and the Job Search Process

This article is brought to you by The Coaching Portfolio Guide. March Madness is a terrific time of year! We all enjoy watching the Blue Bloods and the Bracket Busters. This year’s tournament has provided plenty of exciting moments from St. Peter’s run to The Elite Eight, to Coach K’s journey in his final tournament

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Phrases That Can Ruin a Coaching Resume

Too often, coaches use phrases in their resume or cover letter that are generic and cliché. They believe these phrases will make them stand out to the hiring director or search committee, when actually, these phrases often encompass characteristics that we EXPECT to see from successful coaches! Below are phases that I have seen on

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7 Reasons Why You Need a Coaching Portfolio

If you’re a sport coach, why do you need a coaching portfolio? Here are 7 reasons why you need a coaching portfolio: • Gives you a reason to follow up after submitting your resume/application. • Gives primary hiring person more detailed information about you beyond the resume. • Demonstrates your organizational skills and attention to

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Howard announces staff changes at La Salle

La Salle University head men’s basketball coach Ashley Howard announced that both John Cox and Mike Doyle have transitioned into new roles within the program.  Cox, who operated as the Director of Basketball Operations over the course of last season, will now be the Director of Player Development, Scouting and Analytics. “In Coach Cox’s first year

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