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Lebowitz promoted to Head Coach at Franklin College

Brian Lebowitz has been promoted to head coach of the Franklin College men’s basketball team, it was announced by interim director of athletics Lance Marshall. Lebowitz assumes the role after a six-year stint as an assistant coach with the program. “I’m so thankful to President Prather, Coach Marshall and the Franklin community for the opportunity,”

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Curran out, Lovell in at ETBU

I teased this one earlier today on Twitter. Here’s the official release… Following a strong four years of men’s basketball, East Texas Baptist University will be transitioning head coaches as Brandon Curran follows a call into full-time church ministry. Curran leaves a solid foundation for the new incoming head coach Chris Lovell who comes to

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Ghiloni announces retirement as Denison men’s basketball coach; Sullivan promoted to head coach

After 18 years leading the Denison University men’s basketball team, Bob Ghiloni announced his retirement as the program’s head coach.  Ghiloni will maintain his faculty status as a professor in the department of health, exercise and sport studies at Denison.  Associate head coach Chris Sullivan has been promoted to head coach of the men’s basketball

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Cunningham announces retirement at Trinity (TX)

Pat Cunningham, Trinity’s all-time winningest men’s basketball coach, has announced plans to retire at the conclusion of the current academic year. Since joining the staff in 1999, Coach Cunningham amassed a record of 352-221 (.614) over 21 seasons at the helm. Coupled with head coaching positions at the University of Chicago (IL) and Manchester (IN)

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Maine Farmington’s Meader Retires

Julie Davis, Director of Athletics, Fitness, and Recreation at the University of Maine at Farmington, announced today that Dick Meader — the winningest men’s basketball coach in UMF history — will retire on May 29, 2020. “On behalf of our department staff, University administration and countless alumni and friends of the University of Maine Farmington,

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