Mike Jarvis II joins Fairfield Basketball Staff

 Interim Head Coach Chris Casey has announced the addition of Mike Jarvis II to the Fairfield Men’s Basketball staff. Currently an Associate Director of Athletic Development at Fairfield, Jarvis joins the staff for the remainder of the 2023-24 season. “Mike Jarvis II has a wealth of experience from several of the premier major and mid-major programs in the country. Having

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UPDATE: Third Men’s Basketball staffer now out at Fairfield

Following-up on yesterday’s story (below). Here’s Fairfield’s statement on the resignation of assistant men’s basketball coach James Johns: Fairfield University announced today that James Johns, Sr., Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach is stepping down from his position. Coach Johns joined Fairfield to support player recruitment and cultivation for which he made substantive contributions in his two

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Braica, Benning added to Fairfield Basketball Staff

Fairfield University Men’s Basketball interim head coach Chris Casey has announced two additions to the Stags’ coaching staff for the 2023-24 season. Veteran coach Glenn Braica and former Fairfield standout Taj Benning will join the Stags on the sidelines in the upcoming campaign. Glenn Braica was most recently the head coach of St. Francis Brooklyn for 13 seasons from 2010-23. He amassed 178

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Fairfield’s Young inks contract extension through 2025-26

Head Coach Jay Young has signed a contract extension to lead Fairfield University Men’s Basketball through the 2025-26 season, as announced on Monday by Director of Athletics Paul Schlickmann. Young led the Stags to the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) Championship Game last season. “I am thrilled to announce this well-deserved extension for Coach Young,” said

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Daily Dirt – 3/25/19

Some things to kick off what is expected to be a busy week… I have heard that Korn Ferry has the Vanderbilt search. Not a huge surprise since they just ran the recent AD search. Too early for any legit names here yet. I’ll have some soon though. The Luke Murray to Fairfield rumors are

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OFFICIAL: Johnson fired at Fairfield

Following up on a report from earlier today. The change at Fairfield has now been made official… Director of Athletics Paul Schlickmann announced on Monday that he has initiated a change in the leadership of the Men’s Basketball program, commencing a search to replace Head Coach Sydney Johnson.  “I want to thank Coach Johnson for

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DI DIRT: Johnson out at Fairfield

I can confirm that Sydeny Johnson is out as the head basketball coach at Fairfield. Johnson went 116-147 in his eight seasons with the Stags, including 9-22 (6-12 MAAC) this past season. The former head coach at Princeton now has a career mark of 182-200. An official announcement is expected later this morning.

Sydney Johnson Signs Contract Extension through 2021 at Fairfield

Fairfield University today announced a contract extension for Head Men’s Basketball Coach Sydney Johnson through the 2020-21 season. Johnson most recently led Fairfield to the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) Championship Game. “Our excitement over the progress made this past season, combined with the momentum of the Men’s Basketball program moving-forward, creates the ideal time

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Elmore, Leone Named To Men’s Basketball Operations Positions at Fairfield

Fairfield University men’s basketball coach Sydney Johnson announced two additions to his coaching staff for the 2017-18 season. The Stags coaching staff will welcome Stephen Elmore as the director of basketball operations and Andrew Leone as assistant director of basketball operations. Elmore comes to Fairfield after serving the director of basketball operations at Manhattan College,

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OFFICIAL: Johnson Hires Assistants at Fairfield

Fairfield University Head Men’s Basketball Coach Sydney Johnson has announced the addition of Mitch Buonaguro and Tom Parrotta to his coaching staff. Buonaguro returns to Fairfield University, where he served as head coach of the Stags’ basketball team for six seasons. He led Fairfield to two Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) Championships and subsequent NCAA

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