Following up on something that I mentioned earlier in today’s Daily Dirt… Freed-Hardeman University (TN) head basketball coach Jim Sanderson stepped down from his position on Wednesday. The head coach spent three season at the helm of the Lions program. “I want to thank Freed-Hardeman University and coach (Mike) McCutchen for the opportunity to lead
HENDERSON, Tenn. – Talk about a way to end the regular season. Freed-Hardeman Head Men’s Basketball Coach Jim Sanderson won his 500th career game Saturday as the Lions defeated Missouri Baptist University 87-68 at the Brewer Sports Center. Not only did Saturday’s victory secure the historic win for Sanderson, it also allowed the Lions to lock up the
HoopDirt.com has learned that Freed-Hardeman University (TN) will name Jim Sanderson as the Lions new head basketball coach. He will replace Jason Shelton who resigned at the beginning of May. Sanderson, the son of former Alabama head coach Wimp Sanderson, spent 24-years as the head coach at Faulkner University (AL). During his time at Faulkner, he compiled
Thanks to great sources who got HoopDirt.com out in front of this one on Friday (NAIA DIRT). It has now been made official, after 11 years with the Freed-Hardeman Lion basketball program, head coach Jason Shelton will be leaving Freed-Hardeman later in the summer to take on a new head coaching role at Chester County High School.
HoopDirt.com has learned that Freed-Hardeman University (TN) head basketball coach Jason Shelton has resigned. This past season, Shelton led FHU to a 25-8 record, and an NAIA DI Tournament appearance. His squad also finished the season ranked #19 in the 2015-16 NAIA Division I Men’s Basketball Coaches’ Postseason Poll. Shelton had been at the school