Daily News & Notes – 12/7/20

News and notes from around the college basketball coaching world… Houston assistant Quannas White led the #10 Cougars to a 77-67 win over South Carolina on Saturday.  He was named as the acting head coach after both head coach Kelvin Sampson and assistant coach Kellen tested positive for COVID-19. Kelvin is expected to miss UH’s

Continue Reading → Daily News – 1/9/18’s Daily News from the college basketball coaching world… Kentucky associate head coach Kenny Payne is getting some strong support for the Louisville job. In a recent article by Rick Bozich on, former Cardinal standouts Pervis Ellison and Billy Thompson give Payne (a Louisville alum) their endorsement. Also, Hall of Fame coach Larry Brown

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Bellarmine, Davenport agree to contract extension

Bellarmine University announced today that the school and head men’s basketball coach Scott Davenport have reached a contract agreement that essentially assures his position at Bellarmine until his retirement. “Bellarmine University’s basketball program is one of which we can be very proud,” said Bellarmine President Dr. Susan M. Donovan. “Over the past decade, the Knights

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Braden, Sewell Join Bellarmine’s Coaching Staff

Bellarmine University announced today that Beau Braden and Josh Sewell have been named as assistant coaches for the men’s basketball team. Braden is a Louisville native who played at DeSales High School and Centre College before entering the coaching ranks.  He first served on the staff at Georgetown College before moving on to St. Catharine

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Bellarmine, Davenport reach agreement to 2020

Bellarmine University announced today that the school and head basketball coach Scott Davenport have agreed to extend their relationship through the 2019-2020 academic year. Per university policy, contracts are not created for employees, but Bellarmine President Dr.Joseph J. McGowan has confirmed that the two have made the arrangement. “We are thrilled to have made assurances to keep Scott Davenport as

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