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Wade Anderson Selected to Lead Shorter University Men’s Basketball Program

Shorter University has announced that Wade Anderson will become head coach of the university’s men’s basketball program. Anderson comes to Shorter University from Christian Brothers University (CBU) in Memphis, Tenn., where he spent two seasons as an assistant coach. While there, he helped CBU to two Gulf South Conference tournament appearances including a conference semifinals

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Laatsch Added to West Florida Basketball Staff

Jason Laatsch, a five-year member of the University of West Florida men’s basketball team and the program’s all-time three-point scoring leader, has been added to the UWF men’s basketball staff as a graduate assistant, as announced by head coach Jeff Burkhamer. “Jason gives us a guy that has lived in the program,” said Burkhamer. “He

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Lee University Search Update

Dr. Paul Conn, Lee University President, released the names of the search committee for the vacant men’s basketball position on Tuesday afternoon. Current plans call for the three finalists, selected by the committee, to be on the president’s desk by the end of March. The search committee will consist of current Lee administrators and coaches

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Tommy Brown Era Ends at Lee University

The Tommy Brown era of Lee University basketball came to an end Saturday, after 11 years, when school officials announced a search committee is being formed to seek his successor. Brown took the helm at Lee in 2005 and led his team to numerous winning seasons in the NAIA, before faltering in three years of

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West Alabama’s Sharpe Wins 300th Career Game

HoopDirt.com news sponsored by Dr. Dish University of West Alabama men’s basketball head coach Allen Sharpe captured his 300th career win with an 87-74 victory over LeMoyne-Owen College last week. Sharpe, who is in his second season at West Alabama, has also served as the head coach at Arkansas-Monticello, Wallace State Community College in Hanceville,

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