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Former Tar Heel Sean May Joins UNC Staff

HoopDirt.com news sponsored by Dr. Dish Sean May, the 2005 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament’s Most Outstanding Player, has joined the University of North Carolina men’s basketball staff as assistant to the director of player development. Sports Illustrated named May the National Player of the Year in 2005. He averaged 22.3 points and 10.7 rebounds in

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Billy Hubly Named Video Coordinator at Georgia Tech

Billy Hubly, a graduate assistant on the Georgia Tech men’s basketball staff the last two years, has been named to the post of video coordinator, head coach Brian Gregory announced Friday. Hubly, 25, has spent the last two years contributing to the Yellow Jackets’ on-court individual instruction and team practices, helping organize and administer Tech’s

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Virginia Staff Update

Virginia men’s basketball head coach Tony Bennett has promoted assistant coach Ron Sanchez to associate head coach. Bennett also promoted Vic Sfera to director of scouting/recruiting and recently added Orlando Vandross as the director of recruiting/player development. Sanchez has served as an assistant coach at Virginia for the last six seasons after holding the same

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Virginia Dirt…

I can confirm that Virginia head coach Tony Bennett will hire former Charlotte assistant Orlando Vandross in an administrative role.  It sounds like the title will be something along the lines of recruiting coordinator and player development assistant.  Vandross was on Alan Major’s staff at Charlotte for the past five seasons, and was not retained

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OFFICIAL: Soderberg Named Assistant at Virginia

Brad Soderberg has been named assistant coach at Virginia, head coach Tony Bennett announced on Friday (April 17). Soderberg replaces Ritchie McKay, who returned to Liberty University as head coach after serving on Bennett’s staff for six seasons. Soderberg has 19 years of head coaching experience, including six at the NCAA Division I level. He

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