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Kellogg returns to UMass as Assistant Basketball Coach

University of Massachusetts men’s basketball head coach Frank Martin announced the addition of Derek Kellogg to his staff as an assistant coach on Wednesday, pending the completion of a background check. Kellogg returns to Massachusetts, where he was the head coach for nine years from 2008-17 and was an all-Atlantic 10 selection as a player for the

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UMass Basketball Staff Update

Massachusetts basketball head coach Frank Martin announced the hiring of Will Bailey and Brian Steele as assistant coaches on Monday afternoon. Bailey and Steele join Martin in Amherst after spending time on his staff at South Carolina. Bailey spent two seasons working for Martin as an assistant coach at South Carolina following four seasons in the Atlantic 10

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OFFICIAL: UMass hires Frank Martin

 University of Massachusetts director of athletics Ryan Bamford announced the hiring of Frank Martin as the head men’s basketball coach on Friday afternoon. Martin brings 15 years of head coaching experience to Amherst after most recently spending 10 seasons as the head coach at South Carolina, where he led the Gamecocks to the program’s first ever NCAA

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REPORT: Martin, UMass finalizing deal

According to a report from Jon Rothstein, UMass is finalizing a deal with Frank Martin and is expected to name him as their new head basketball coach today. Martin had spent the past ten seasons as the head coach at South Carolina (171–147 – .538) before being released earlier this spring. He led the Gamecocks

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BREAKING: South Carolina fires Frank Martin

University of South Carolina Director of Athletics Ray Tanner announced Monday that Frank Martin is no longer the head men’s basketball coach, effective immediately. “After a thorough evaluation of our men’s basketball program, we have decided to make a change,” said Tanner. “We are grateful for the dedication that Coach Martin has made to Gamecock Basketball. We wish him

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HoopDirt.com Daily News – 11/10/21

With Buzz Williams serving a two-game suspension, Texas A&M assistant coach Devin Johnson will get his first opportunity to serve as a Division I head coach tonight when the Aggie men’s basketball team opens the regular season against North Florida. More HERE. The St. Louis University Men’s Basketball team paid tribute to former assistant coach

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South Carolina Basketball Staff Update

University of South Carolina head men’s basketball coach Frank Martin announced on Wednesday afternoon that Chuck Martin has been promoted to Associate Head Coach, and Brian Steele, a three-year letterwinner for Martin and the Gamecocks, has been promoted to Assistant Coach following the departure of Bruce Shingler to Maryland. “I’m very excited to give Chuck the

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Daily News & Notes – 1/15/21

Today’s news and notes from through out the college basketball coaching world… Tulane head coach Ron Hunter will not coach his team on Saturday vs Temple. He released the following on Twitter: “After being informed of my exposure to someone who tested positive for Covid-19, I am following the quarantine protocol and will be unable

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Martin adds Bailey to Gamecocks Basketball Staff

University of South Carolina head men’s basketball coach Frank Martin announced on Wednesday the hiring of Will Bailey as an assistant coach for the Gamecocks.  Bailey arrives in Columbia after spending the past four seasons in the same position at Saint Louis.  “I’m excited to add Will Bailey to our staff; he is a perfect fit,”

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HoopDirt.com Daily News – 2/14/18

HoopDirt.com’s Daily News from the college basketball coaching world… Florida head coach Mike White, a former player and long-time assistant coach at Ole Miss quickly ended any speculation that he may be interested in returning to his alma mater after the announcement of the departure of current head coach Andy Kennedy. White told SEC Country;

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