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Quinnipiac Dirt…

I have heard from a great source that Quinnipiac will replace Anthony Goins (Clemson) with St. Bonaventure assistant Dwayne Lee. Lee had spent the past two seasons on Mark Schmidt’s staff, and was an assistant at Fairleigh Dickinson before that. He began his coaching career as a graduate manager at Wagner in 2012. Lee was

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Milestone wins for Amaker, Schmidt

A couple of milestone wins from this weekend: Harvard head coach Tommy Amaker won the 400th game of his career with a 75-68 overtime win at Penn. Amaker, who has also been the head coach at Seton Hall and Michigan, becomes the 135th DI head coach to reach the 400 mark. His career record now

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George Mason’s Paulsen Records 400th Career Win

Behind three Patriots in double-figures, George Mason men’s basketball head coach Dave Paulsen recorded his 400th career victory with a 63-44 rout over Penn Saturday night at EagleBank Arena. Paulsen is in his first season at George Mason, prior to that, he spent seven seasons at Bucknell. During his tenure there, the Bison became the first

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Win #500 For Davidson’s Bob McKillop

HoopDirt.com news sponsored by Dr. Dish Davidson head coach Bob McKillop won his 500th career game today as Davidson upended visiting Denison 83-70.  In addition to the milestone, Davidson is off to a 4-0 start for the first time in McKillop’s 27 years at the helm. Davidson posted a nice tribute video to McKillop which

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Steckel Named Graduate Assistant at Duquesne

HoopDirt.com news sponsored by Dr. Dish Duquesne University head men’s basketball coach Jim Ferry announced that David Steckel has been added to the staff as a graduate assistant. Steckel, who served as a student manager for the past four seasons, will assist in all aspects of the program including film and scouting breakdown, analytics, player

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