Dana Altman

Oregon Announces Contract Extension for Altman

University of Oregon Director of Athletics Rob Mullens announced today that the UO has agreed to terms and is finalizing a contract extension with head men’s basketball coach Dana Altman, pending Board of Trustees approval. The agreement runs through the 2025-26 season and is funded from athletic sources. “Dana and Reva Altman are an important

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HoopDirt Daily News – 12/8/17

HoopDirt.com’s Daily News from the college basketball coaching world… Almost two weeks after being placed on paid administrative leave (HoopDirt story HERE), the status of Georgia Tech assistant coach Darryl LaBarrie is still up in the air. According to a report by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the NCAA, with Tech’s assistance, is continuing an investigation into

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Dana Altman Inks 7-year, $18.45 Millon Deal at Oregon

After leading the Oregon men’s basketball team to an unprecedented six consecutive 20-win seasons and four straight NCAA Tournament appearances, University of Oregon head coach Dana Altman has been rewarded with a new seven-year contract totaling $18.45 million that will extend him through the 2022-23 season. Included in those NCAA appearances are an Elite Eight

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George Raveling’s Coaching for Success Academy

George Raveling’s Coaching for Success Academy September 26th and 27th, 2015.  Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, CA Official website and registration info: Coaching for Success Academy Speakers: George Raveling John Calipari Buzz Williams Jay Wright Mike Dunlap Cuonzo Martin Kevin Eastman Dana Altman Cynthia Cooper-Dyke Ernie Kent Saturday, September 26, 2015 8:00-9:00AM – Registration 9:00-10:15AM –

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Huggins Wins Jim Phelan Coach of the Year Award

West Virginia University men’s basketball coach Bob Huggins was honored with the 2015 Jim Phelan National Coach of the Year award, it was announced today in Indianapolis. The award is presented annually to the top coach in Division I men’s basketball. Huggins led the Mountaineers to 25 victories and an appearance in the NCAA Sweet

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