Johns Hopkins men’s basketball coach Josh Loeffler announced the addition of Trevor Johnson to the Blue Jay coaching staff today. Johnson comes to Hopkins from Nebraska Wesleyan, where he spent the last four seasons on the Wolves coaching staff. A 2014 graduate of Nebraska Wesleyan, Johnson joined the coaching staff after his standout four-year career.
Johns Hopkins men’s basketball coach Josh Loeffler has announced the hiring of Ricky Hernandez as an assistant coach for the Blue Jays. Hernandez replaces Maurice Williams, who is now an assistant coach at Division I Longwood. “We are very excited to have Ricky join our program,” said Loeffler. “Ricky has been a part of championships
Johns Hopkins men’s basketball coach Josh Loeffler announced his coaching staff this week. Joining the Blue Jays for the 2017-18 season are John Andrzejek, Maurice Williams and Kevin Quinlan. Hopkins will open the season on November 15 at home versus Marymount. Andrzejek comes to Johns Hopkins after serving as the director of basketball operations at
Johns Hopkins Director of Athletics Alanna Shanahan announced today the appointment of Josh Loeffler as the University’s head men’s basketball coach. Loeffler succeeds Bill Nelson, who announced his retirement in March after 31 seasons with the Blue Jays. He is the 16th head coach in program history and will assume his duties on June 1.
Following up on my tweet from earlier this morning… Loyola (MD) assistant coach Josh Loeffler will become the next head basketball coach at Johns Hopkins University. He has been an assistant with the Greyhounds since the 2013-14 season, and has also worked at Rutgers and Lafayette. Loeffler has also spent two seasons as a DIII
A few quick hitters to start the week… Boston University head coach Joe Jones is on the hunt for an assistant to replace Shaun Morris who joined Baker Dunleavy’s staff at Quinnipiac earlier this spring. The name that I keep hearing here is former LIU head coach Jack Perri. He has New England ties, having
A few things to start the week… I can confirm that Southern Utah assistant coach Patrice Days is headed to Coastal Carolina. Before joining the SUU staff prior to last season, he was an assistant at Wright State. He has also been an assistant at Abilene Christian and a GA at Charlotte. It sounds like
Most New England families head south for April vacation. Not the DirtKing and crew…we dragged the little DirtBags up to sunny Quebec City. Here are a few things that I’ve heard as we wait for the snow to stop… A couple names that I’ve heard from multiple sources surrounding assistant spots at Austin Peay are
I have heard that the search at Johns Hopkins in entering the interview stage. This is a big-time DIII gig, with the salary rumored to be just over $100,000 with a full-time assistant included. I have heard that there were “meet and greets” with 12 potential candidates, and 6-8 of them have been selected for
A St. Patrick’s Day edition of the Daily Dirt… Word on the street is that a Power 5 job is opening today. Stay tuned…. I have now heard from multiple sources that former Rutgers head coach Mike Rice is in play at Duquesne. His father, Mike Rice, Sr. played at Duquesne, and later spent four
Bill Nelson, the longtime head coach of the Johns Hopkins men’s basketball team, announced today that he will retire at the end of the current academic year. The winningest coach in program history, Nelson will step down on June 30 after 31 years with the Blue Jays. Johns Hopkins will conduct a national search for
Johns Hopkins University defeat host Franklin & Marshall, 67-57 on Wednesday night. The win was the 500th at Hopkins for head coach Bill Nelson and assistant coach Ed Richardson, who have coached together for 31 years. Nelson and Richardson are just the sixth coaching tandem in men’s Division III basketball to win 500 games together.