Here’s the OFFICIAL RELEASE from Georgetown on the hiring of Ed Cooley as their new Head Men’s Basketball Coach: Georgetown University announced today that Ed Cooley has been named the head coach of its men’s basketball program. “We are deeply honored that Coach Cooley will be joining our community as the next leader of our Men’s
Providence College President Reverend Kenneth Sicard, O.P. and Vice President/Athletics Director Steve Napolillo announced today (September 6) that Ed Cooley has agreed to a multi-year contract extension to remain head coach of the men’s basketball program. “Providence is my home and Providence is where I want to be,” Providence College Men’s Basketball Coach Ed Cooley said. “Not many coaches are able
Happy New Year! Here is 2021’s first installment of the Daily News & Notes from though out the college basketball coaching world… Kentucky’s John Calipari got ejected Saturday night in a game that saw the Wildcats snap a 6-game losing streak with a 2OT win at Mississippi State. According to ESPN, Calipari said he didn’t
Providence College President Reverend Brian J. Shanley, O.P. and Vice President/Athletics Director Bob Driscoll announced today that Ed Cooley has agreed to a multi-year contract extension to remain head coach of the men’s basketball program. As a result, Cooley has withdrawn his name from consideration in the job search at the University of Michigan. “While
NEW YORK – A select team of men’s basketball standouts from the BIG EAST Conference will represent the United States at the 2019 Pan American Games, it was announced jointly today by USA Basketball and the BIG EAST. This represents the first time a team from a single Division l conference will represent the U.S.
The National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) today announced appointments of five head men’s basketball coaches to its board of directors. Northeastern University’s Bill Coen, Ed Cooley of Providence College, Frank Martin of the University of South Carolina, Purdue University’s Matt Painter and Gary Waters of Cleveland State University join the board in 2016-17.
Providence College President Rev. Brian J. Shanley, O.P. and Athletics Director Bob Driscoll announced today (March 30) that men’s basketball Head Coach Ed Cooley has signed a long-term contract extension. Cooley was hired at Providence College on March 22, 2011. In addition to the announcement of the contract extension, Cooley also announced that he and his wife,
Head Coach Ed Cooley named Jeff Battle assistant coach for men’s basketball. “I am excited to have Jeff joining our staff,” Cooley said. “With his experience, ability to develop players and knowledge of the game, Jeff will be a tremendous asset to our program.” Prior to coming to Providence, Battle had served as the Associate