Earlier today, I mentioned that Brion Dunlap would be named as the head coach at D2 Claflin University (D2 DIRT). That move has now been made official. Here’s the announcement from Claflin: A new chapter has begun in Claflin University men’s basketball as Brion Dunlap was announced as the head coach of the Panthers, Thursday,
Story: Adam Nelson (@HD_DirtKing) Following-up on my TWEET from Tuesday… I can confirm that D2 Claflin University (SC) will name Brion Dunlap as their new head men’s basketball. Dunlap spent twelve seasons as a D1 assistant – he worked at Mount St. Mary’s for seven years before moving on to Holy Cross for five seasons.
I can confirm that Brion Dunlop is no longer the head men’s basketball coach at Harris-Stowe State University (MO). Dunlop had been the head coach at the school since 2016, and has been replaced on an interim basis by assistant coach Derek Thompson. During his tenure at HSSU, Dunlop went 81-56 (.691) and his teams
With upward 17 years of coaching experience the Harris-Stowe State University (HSSU) Department of Athletics has announced the hiring of Brion Dunlap as its 12th head men’s basketball coach during the NAIA era. Dunlap will take the helm of the HSSU men’s basketball program after one season as an assistant coach at Winston-Salem State University (WSSU).
The Winston-Salem State University men’s basketball program has announced the hiring of Brion Dunlap as an assistant coach for the Rams for the upcoming 2015-16 season. Brion Dunlap will join the Winston-Salem State University men’s basketball coaching staff after previously spending the past five seasons as an assistant coach at the College of the Holy
With the departure of Cornell assistant Marlon Sears to Montclair State, Big Red head coach Bill Courtney is actively on the hunt for his replacement. The three names that I have heard so far are: Brion Dunlap – Former assistant coach Holy Cross. Spent five seasons at HC under Milan Brown (2010-15). Also worked for