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Ohio Dominican names Kelly Winter as Men’s Basketball Head Coach

Ohio Dominican University Athletic Director Jeff Blair announced the hiring of Kelly Winter as the men’s basketball head coach on Thursday. “We are excited to introduce Kelly Winter as our next men’s basketball coach,” Blair said. “Kelly’s passion, energy and professionalism really stood out to us throughout this process. His commitment and work ethic, along with his familiarity and

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Minot State Basketball Staff Update

Brandon Lenhart has been selected as the Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach while Maverick Harris has been promoted to Director of Basketball Operations for the men’s and women’s programs at Minot State, head coach Matt Murken announced on Tuesday. “I’m extremely excited to add Brandon to our coaching staff,” said Murken. “I’ve known Brandon for a

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Daily Dirt: DII Edition

Some things from the DII world… It sounds like LeMoyne is down to the final group in their search to replace Patrick Beilein (Niagara). The names that I’ve heard are: Nate Champion (assistant coach at Florida Southern / LeMoyne alum), Fred Dupree (former assistant at Niagara, Canisius, College of Charleston, and Rider), Ryan Blackwell (local

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Conti Named Head Basketball Coach at NYIT

Evan Conti, who finished last season as the interim head coach, has been selected as the permanent leader for the program, director of athletics Dan Vélez announced Thursday. Conti, a former standout guard at Quinnipiac, who has professional playing experience in Israel, had joined the NYIT men’s basketball staff as an assistant coach before the

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Fazio to Join Seattle Pacific Basketball Staff

Keffrey Fazio, who was the head coach at West Seattle High School the past six seasons, was hired as an assistant coach at Seattle Pacific University, men’s basketball head coach Gr ant Leep announced Tuesday. Fazio, 35, transformed West Seattle into a contender in Seattle’s competitive Metro League after taking over in 2013. He twice

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