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DIII DIRT: CCNY Opens

I have head from multiple sources who have told me that Paul Dail is out as the head basketball coach at DIII CCNY. Dail, a CCNY alum had been the Beavers head coach for the past two seasons. His team finished 6-19 (6-10 CUNYAC) this past season, and he wraps up his time at the

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DII DIRT: Change made at ART U (CA)

I have heard from a great source that Julius Barnes is no longer the head basketball coach at DII Academy of Art University (CA). Barnes, a former standout at Stanford, had spent seven seasons as the Urban Knights head coach. This past season, his squad went 11-17 (11-11 PACWEST). Barnes compiled a 58-128 (48-59 PACWEST)

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Howes resigns as Head Basketball Coach at Catholic

After 276 wins, six NCAA tournament appearances and five conference championships, Catholic University head men’s basketball coach Steve Howes announced his resignation on Wednesday. He served as the Cardinals’ head coach since the 2004-05 season. “It has been a privilege to lead this special program,” Howes said. “I am grateful to the countless staff, coaches

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Daily Dirt – 3/18/19

It’s going to be another busy Monday. Here a few very quick things to kick off the week… UMKC has been moving quickly with their search. I have heard that Nevada special assistant (and former San Francisco and Florida Atlantic head coach) Rex Walters is in the mix here as well as a big-time D2

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D.P. Harris named Head Basketball Coach at St. Thomas (FL)

Don Paul “D.P.” Harris has been named as the Men’s Basketball Coach, Assistant Athletic Director, and Director of Development, announces Director of Athletics, Laura Courtley-Todd. “Adding a coach with the type of experience that Coach Harris has is a tremendous testament toward the vision that our President David A. Armstrong has,” said Courtley-Todd. “We are all

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Aurora University head basketball coach Lance Robinson resigns

Aurora University head men’s basketball coach Lance Robinson has resigned to pursue another opportunity after leading the Spartans to a three-year overall record of 54–30; a record of 43–17 in the Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference (NACC) with one regular season conference title, two tournament titles and two National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) appearances. “Lance made

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More small colleges set to close

It’s been tough few years for small private DIII schools. Last year, New England DIII’s Mount Ida College (MA) (GNAC) and Wheelock College (MA) (NECC) shut their doors, leaving coaches and players searching for new schools. Earlier this fall, it was announced that DIII Newbury College (MA) (NECC) would be joining that list, and we

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UMass-Boston assistant basketball coach shot, killed

UMass-Boston assistant men’s basketball coach Kendric Price was shot and killed early Saturday morning in Boston. UMass-Boston confirmed Price’s death in a statement Saturday night, saying, “Kendric was a great young coach who worked with our men’s basketball program. We are all saddened by the tragic news of his passing. Our thoughts and prayers are

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