Georgia Tech

Pastner signs 3-yr extension at Georgia Tech

Georgia Tech men’s basketball coach Josh Pastner has signed a three-year contract extension, Tech athletics announced. Combined with the two years remaining on his current agreement, Pastner’s contract to serve as the Yellow Jackets’ head coach now runs through the 2025-26 season. “Coach Pastner has done a masterful job of building our men’s basketball program

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NCAA overturns Georgia Tech basketball penalties; Upholds show-cause order for LaBarrie

The NCAA Division I Infractions Appeals Committee has overturned scholarship reductions and recruiting penalties for the Georgia Tech men’s basketball program. In its decision, the appeals committee determined the NCAA Division I Committee on Infractions must reconsider the scholarship reductions penalty it had prescribed. However, Appeals Committee upheld its finding that former Tech assistant coach

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Daily Dirt – 6/9/20

Tuesday’s Dirt… It sounds like D3 Amherst College has wrapped up their search to replace long-time head coach David Hixon. All indications are that Columbia associate head coach Marlon Sears is the leader here among the final 6 candidates. Sears, who is in his second stint at Columbia, has also been the head coach at

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NCAA hits Georgia Tech with post-season Basketball ban

The NCAA released their infractions findings and penalties today surrounding their investigation into the Georgia Tech Men’s Basketball program, and the involvement of two boosters. The penalties are as follows the full report can be read below that): Four years of probation. A 2019-20 postseason ban for the men’s basketball team. A fine of $5,000

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HoopDirt.com Daily News – 2/9/18

HoopDirt.com’s Daily News from the college basketball coaching world… Potential NCAA violations in the Patriot League?? Weird, but true…apparently three Holy Cross men’s basketball players have been suspended and did not play in the Crusaders loss on Wednesday (one in which they scored a program record low 34 point). According to a statement released by

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