Following up on some DIRT from 6/12…Quinnipiac made it official today by naming Dwayne Lee as an assistant basketball coach. Here’s the press release: The Quinnipiac men’s basketball program and Head Coach Baker Dunleavy have announced the addition of assistant coach Dwayne Lee to the Bobcats’ coaching staff ahead of the 2019-20 season, as announced
Quinnipiac Director of Athletics and Recreation Greg Amodio has announced that men’s basketball head coach Baker Dunleavy has agreed to a five-year contract extension through the 2022-23 season. Dunleavy lead the Bobcats on a run to the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference semifinals in his first season at the helm. “Baker Dunleavy embodies all of the qualities that
Baker Dunleavy has acted quickly in naming his staff at Quinnipiac. He has hired Tom Pecora as the associate head coach, and Shaun Morris, and Anthony Goins as assistant coaches. Ryan Harkins will be retained as the video coordinator. Pecora is the former head coach at Hofstra and Fordham. He also served as an assistant
Baker Dunleavy has been named head coach for Quinnipiac University’s men’s basketball, Director of Athletics & Recreation Greg Amodio as announced on Tuesday, March 28, 2017. Dunleavy becomes the seventh head coach in Quinnipiac’s 67-year basketball history, and the third in its 19 years at the Division I level. “After a thorough search for our new men’s
Quinnipiac will name Baker Dunleavy as the Bobcats next head basketball coach. The move was first reported by WTNH’s John Pierson. Dunleavy is currently the associate head coach at Villanova. He is a former player at Villanova, who has worked his way up on Jay Wright’s staff from an administrative role to his current position.