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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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Daily Dirt – 3/4/20

Starting to get busy around here! I tweeted yesterday that the O/U on DI openings this week was 6 – two popped after that tweet, so we’re trending towards the over. A bunch of D2’s and D3’s have opened this week as well (with more coming in the next few days). Here are a few

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D3 DIRT: SUNY Fredonia Opens

I can confirm that Phil Seymore is no longer the head men’s basketball coach at D3 SUNY Fredonia. Seymore had been the Blue Devils coach since the 2013-14 season. During his career at the school, he put together a 39-133 (.227) record, which included an 8-17 (4-14 SUNYAC) mark this past season. Seymore, a former

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Newbury College Men’s Basketball Adds Donald Morris, Daivon Edwards to Coaching Staff

Nighthawks Men’s Basketball Head Coach Rich Fazzi announced Monday the addition of two members to his coaching staff. Donald Morris, who has experience in the New England Collegiate Conference in his 13 years in collegiate coaching and Daivon Edwards, a graduate of the Class fo 2018 and former four-year member of the Nighthawks program from 2014-2018. Morris,

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Chris Bartley Wins 300th Game

The nationally-ranked WPI men’s basketball team went on the road and defeated Framingham State, 69-52, and delivered head coach Chris Bartley his 300th career win Thursday night at the Athletic Center. Four of Bartley’s milestones have come on the road. He began with his 100th at Coast Guard, continued with 200 at then-No. 3 MIT

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Brian Baptiste Achieves 600th Career Win

University of Massachusetts Dartmouth head men’s basketball coach Brian Baptiste achieved his 600th career victory on Thursday evening, as the Corsairs completed a second-half comeback to overtake Bridgewater State on the road, 77-71. Baptiste becomes just the sixth active Division III men’s basketball coach to reach the career milestone   http://www.corsairathletics.com/sports/m-baskbl/2016-17/releases/20161201yojk7u

Trinity College Adds John Zall to Coaching Staff

Trinity College men’s basketball has announced the hiring of John Zall as the team’s new assistant coach for the 2016-17 season. The Bantams, coached by James Cosgrove, posted a 19-8 record last winter and earned a second straight bid to the NCAA Tournament after reaching the Elite Eight in 2014-15. Zall arrives at Trinity with

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