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Hawaii’s Ganot takes Medical Leave

University of Hawaii men’s basketball head coach Eran Ganot will take a temporary medical leave of absence effective immediately. “Although it pains me to leave the team, there are certain health issues that I need to address,” Ganot said. “I have a plan and I will return.  I appreciate my coaches, players and the administration

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Gerlufsen Joins Hawaii Men’s Basketball Staff

University of Hawai’i men’s basketball head coach Eran Ganot announced the hiring of Chris Gerlufsen as an assistant coach. Gerlufsen has been working in collegiate basketball for nearly two decades, including the last four seasons at the University of San Diego. A native of Philadelphia, Pa., Gerlufsen boasts a wealth of experience, having been associated with three different Division

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D1 DIRT: Hawaii assistant headed to Cal Baptist

I have heard from a great source that Cal Baptist will name Hawaii’s Adam Jacobsen as an assistant coach. Jacobsen had been on the Rainbow Warriors staff for the past four seasons, and was part of the program’s first-ever win in the NCAA Tournament in 2015-16. Before joining the UH staff, he spent fourteen seasons

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Hawaii’s Ganot Inks Extension Through 2020-21 Season

University of Hawai’i athletics director David Matlin announced that men’s basketball head coach Eran Ganot has signed a one-year contract extension. His one-year extension runs through the 2020-21 season. Ganot is in his third season at the helm of Rainbow Warrior basketball team and holds a 45-22 overall record. In his first season as head

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Marlon Stewart Named Assistant Basketball Coach at Hawaii

University of Hawai’i men’s basketball head coach Eran Ganot announced the hiring of Marlon Stewart as an assistant coach. Stewart has been working in collegiate basketball for more than a decade, including the last three seasons at the University of Montana. A native of Washington, Stewart boasts a depth of championship experience. He’s been associated

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Eran Ganot Receives Two-Year Contract Extension at Hawaii

University of Hawai’i athletics director David Matlin announced that men’s basketball head coach Eran Ganot has signed a two-year contract extension.  Ganot originally signed a three-year contract when he was hired in the spring of 2015. His two-year extension runs through the 2019-20 season. Last year—in his first season as head coach—Ganot guided the Rainbow

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Wednesday Starting Five – 3/23/16

HoopDirt.com’s Wednesday Starting Five Presented by FastModel Sports FastModel Sports® is the creator of FastDraw® & FastScout®, the best play diagramming and report building software in basketball. FastDraw is used by all U.S. professional teams, 85% of college teams, and 6,000+ high school and youth teams. Learn more about FastDraw here. By Lucas Shapiro / HoopDirt.com Contributor The first weekend

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NCAA Announces Sanctions on Violations at Hawaii

Sanctions on the University of Hawaii men’s basketball program were announced Tuesday morning by the NCAA Committee on Infractions. The penalties stem from an investigation that began in January of 2014 after Hawaii self-reported several violations within its men’s basketball program.  Since the investigation started, Hawaii has released head coach Gib Arnold, and new head

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Hawaii Settles With Former Head Coach Gib Arnold for $700K

HoopDirt.com news sponsored by Dr. Dish The University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa and former UH men’s head basketball coach Gib Arnold have come to a mediated resolution ending all legal disputes between the parties. Arnold has agreed to drop all claims against the university in return for a $700,000 settlement, which consists of a $200,000 payment to his attorney

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