Boston College William V. Campbell Director of Athletics Pat Kraft announced today that head men’s basketball coach Jim Christian has been relieved of his duties effective immediately. Christian finishes his seven-year tenure at Boston College with an overall record of 78-132 (.371), including an ACC mark of 26-94 (.217). “I know that Jim gave everything that he had into leading
Today’s News & Notes from around the college basketball coaching world… Mixed messages from Kansas State AD Gene Taylor this weekend on the future of head coach Bruce Weber. Taylor told The Mercury on Saturday that “our intention” is for Weber to return next season. However, when speaking with Wichita Eagle on Sunday, Taylor said.
According to an ESPN report, Jim Christian will return to Boston College next season. Christian’s contract runs through the 2021-22 season. The report cites the Boston Globe, which revealed that Christian met with athletic director Martin Jarmond on Monday. “There is so much uncertainty right now with everything,” Jarmond told the Globe. “You need to
Boston College has hired Stan Heath as an assistant coach for the men’s basketball team, announced today by head coach Jim Christian. Heath has 13 years of head coaching experience at Kent State, Arkansas and South Florida with a career record of 209-207. Christian worked as an assistant coach with Heath at Kent State in
Reports are that Boston College head coach Jim Christian will hire his former boss Stan Heath as an assistant coach. Sports Illustrated’s Pete Thamel was the first to Tweet the news earlier today. Christian served as Heath’s assistant at Kent State during the 2001-2002 season, and took over as the head coach when Heath departed