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Kareem Richardson Inks Extension at UMKC through 2020-21

UMKC Director of Athletics Carla Wilson announced that the contract of Men’s Basketball Head Coach Kareem Richardson has been extended through the 2020-21 season. “I can’t say enough about Kareem’s uncompromised commitment to competitiveness on the court and in the classroom,” Wilson said. “Under his leadership and direction, we continue to be very enthused about

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Greg Herenda Inks Five-Year Extension at FDU

Fairleigh Dickinson University has announced that head men’s basketball coach Greg Herenda has signed a contract extension to remain at the helm of the Northeast Conference Champion Knights through the 2020-21 season. “I am extremely excited, thankful and appreciative of this commitment to me and my family by President Christopher Capuano, Metropolitan Campus Provost Robert

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Sean Woods Extended Through 2019-20 at Morehead State

Following a 23-win season and a trip to the College Basketball Invitational Finals, Morehead State head men’s basketball coach Sean Woods has had his contract extended through the 2019-20 season. “This extension means a lot to me. It shows that (Athletic Director) Brian (Hutchinson) and (University President) Dr. (Wayne D.) Andrews appreciate the work that

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Wayne Tinkle Inks Two-year Extension at Oregon State

Oregon State men’s basketball head coach Wayne Tinkle received a two-year contract extension that takes him through the 2021-22 season, Vice President/Director of Athletics Todd Stansbury announced Tuesday. In his first two seasons, Tinkle won 36 games, including upsets over two Top 25 teams, and led the Beavers to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1990. He

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Oats Signs New Five-Year Contract at Buffalo

The University at Buffalo and head men’s basketball coach Nate Oats have agreed on a new five-year contract, Director of Athletics Allen Greene announced on Wednesday. The new deal will keep Oats on the UB sidelines through the 2020-21 season. “Nate’s first year at the helm was an overwhelming success. The efforts of he and

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