Story: Adam Nelson (@HD_DirtKing) A few things that I’ve heard… Adam Notteboom has departed the staff at Navy. He had been on the Midshipmen staff since 2019, and was the Director of Basketball Operations at Lipscomb before that. Sounds like he will do something outside of coaching. Campbell has hired Emmanuel Matey as their new
In the midst of a resurgent season that has the Bearcats near the top of the conference standings, Levell Sanders has been named permanent men’s basketball coach at Binghamton, Interim Director of Athletics Dennis Kalina announced on Thursday. Sanders signed a five-year contract that will keep him atop BU’s program through the 2026-27 season. “Levell has quickly proven to
Getting busy this week. A few things that I’ve heard…. Interesting press release from Binghamton yesterday where they announced Levell Sanders as their new head coach. There was no mention of “interim” in his title, even though after Tommy Dempsey was not retained last week, the University announced that Sanders would serve as the interim
Binghamton University athletics will have a new men’s basketball coach, the school announced Monday. Tommy Dempsey will not have his contract renewed after nine years at the helm. Assistant coach Levell Sanders will be elevated to interim head coach for the 2021-22 season. A search for a permanent replacement will be conducted in Spring 2022.
Binghamton head men’s basketball coach Tommy Dempsey has locked in his staff for the 2019-20 season. Set to join the Bearcats are former Seton Hall standout and international coach Levell Sanders and former Southern Vermont College head coach and familiar UMBC assistant Brian Johnson. Additionally, local product Patrick Norris has been promoted to coordinator of
Binghamton Director of Athletics Dr. Patrick Elliott has given seventh-year head men’s basketball coach Tommy Dempsey a contract extension through the 2020-21 season, the department announced on Tuesday. Dempsey was beginning the final year of his existing contract this winter. “I believe strongly in the future success of our program under Tommy’s leadership,” Elliott said.