Working through a March blizzard. Here are a few things that I’ve heard while hoping the power doesn’t go out… The Cuonzo Martin to Illinois chatter is really starting to pick up. The current coach at Cal, Martin is a native of East St. Louis, IL (had to google that – I thought East St.
Duquesne University Director of Athletics Dave Harper announced today that Jim Ferry will not be retained as head men’s basketball coach. “In consultation with President Ken Gormley, we have decided to make a change in leadership for the men’s basketball program at Duquesne University,” said Harper. “I would like to thank Jim Ferry his efforts
A few quick things that I’ve heard so far today… Sounds like Butler assistant coach Michael Lewis will be hired as an assistant at Nebraska. He would replace Phil Beckner who departed for Boise State earlier this spring. Lewis, who played at Indiana, has been on the Butler staff for the past five seasons. Duquesne associate
According to a report by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Jim Ferry will return to Duquesne as the head basketball coach next season. The Dukes, who ended their season at the A-10 Tournament on Wednesday, went 16-16 (6-12) – that was the highest win total for Ferry since he took over back in 2012. Currently, he holds
HoopDirt.com news sponsored by Dr. Dish Duquesne University head men’s basketball coach Jim Ferry announced that David Steckel has been added to the staff as a graduate assistant. Steckel, who served as a student manager for the past four seasons, will assist in all aspects of the program including film and scouting breakdown, analytics, player
Duquesne University President Dr. Charles Dougherty announced today that head men’s basketball coach Jim Ferry has been granted a contract extension, terms of which were not disclosed. Ferry, who is beginning his fourth season at Duquesne, led the team to wins in six of its final 12 games in 2014-15 – including DU’s third Atlantic