American University head men’s basketball coach Mike Brennan announced on Wednesday the elevation of Scott Greenman to the associate head coach role. Greenman is entering his ninth season as the top assistant on Brennan’s staff after previously spending three seasons with him at Georgetown. “Having a great staff is critical to being successful and having someone like
Story: Adam Nelson (@HD_DirtKing) A few things to kick off August… Dallas Cameron has been hired as an assistant at American University. Cameron, who played at Stephen F. Austin, was most recently a graduate assistant under Mike Boynton at Oklahoma State. He replaces Matt Wolff, who had been at AU for the past 11-seasons. An
American University men’s basketball head coach Mike Brennan announced two additions to his staff for the 2015-16 season. After two years away from the program, Eddie Jackson returns as an assistant coach, while Tommy Strine has been tabbed as the director of basketball operations. Jackson and Strine round out Brennan’s bench for this coming season, joining top assistant coaches Scott Greenman and Matt Wolff.
Anthony Ross rejoins the East Stroudsburg University men’s basketball program as assistant coach under head coach Jeff Wilson for the 2015-16 season. Ross replaces Justin Potts, who assisted Wilson for 13 seasons (2002-03 through 2014-15) before being named head coach at Moravian College, his alma mater. Ross, a 2006 ESU graduate and two-year starter for
Back on May 4th, HoopDirt.com reported a rumor that American University assistant Nate Philippe would be hired as the next head coach at the University of Quebec at Montreal (American Dirt). It has now been made official – Philippe has returned to his native Canada to take over at UQAM. Typically, we would post the
Fired up to be posting the “dirt” on our new site! Here are some things that I’ve heard… From a good source… former Mississippi State graduate assistant Tanner Smith will become the Director of Operations at Charlotte under new head coach Mark Price. Smith played at Clemson when former MSU head coach Rick Ray was