Al Skinner, a former Division I national coach of the year and two-time BIG EAST Conference Coach of the Year, has been named the new head coach of the Kennesaw State men’s basketball program, Director of Athletics Vaughn Williams announced on Sunday (April 26). Skinner, who becomes the sixth head coach in program history, brings 22 years
HoopDirt.com has just learned that Al Skinner will be named as the next head coach at Kennesaw State. The former Boston College and URI head coach holds a 385-291 record in his 22 seasons as a head coach. Skinner has most recently served as the associate head coach for his former assistant Tim O’Shea at
All kinds of things going on with the search at Kennesaw State. Head coach Jimmy Lallathin was “reassigned” a few weeks ago and assistant coach David Rivers was named as the interim head coach. Lallathin himself was the interim head coach for half of the 2013-14 season before being promoted to head coach last spring.