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Crafton Resigns as Head Basketball Coach at Nyack; Named G-League Assistant

Nyack Head Men’s Basketball Coach Jason Crafton officially accepted an assistant coaching position with the Philadelphia 76er’s G-League Affiliate, the Delaware Blue Coats.  Coach Crafton will join the Philadelphia 76er’s organization immediately for the upcoming 76er’s training camp and will then report to Wilmington, Delaware for the start of the Blue Coats Training Camp later

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Frost Joins Western Oregon Men’s Basketball Staff

Patrick Frost has been added as an assistant men’s basketball coach on Jim Shaw’s staff at Western Oregon University. Frost comes to WOU after spending the two seasons as the Video Coordinator at the University of San Diego. His duties included coordinating all video & film exchange, compiling team video playbooks, assisting with recruiting and

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Daily Dirt – 9/13/18

A bunch of things going on as the season inches closer… With Kevin Gamble departing the Central Michigan staff for the NBA, word on the street is that Central Michigan head coach Keno Davis will the vacant slot with one of his former assistant coaches. More on this one shortly. I have heard that North

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Albany State Men’s Basketball Staff Update

The Albany State University men’s basketball program has added two new faces to the coaching staff for the 2018-2019 season. Ernest Shand and Mikon Hewitt will join head coach Patrick Gayle on the Albany State sideline at West Campus this fall. “Coach Shand is a proven winner at the junior college and high school level.

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Green Joins UAFS Men’s Basketball Coaching Staff

UAFS men’s basketball coach Justin Bailey has announced the recent hiring of Duston Green as assistant coach. Green, a Fort Smith native, joins the men’s basketball staff after previously serving as UAFS assistant women’s basketball coach for the past two seasons. He will be in charge of post player development. “When going through the search

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