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Lamar Basketball Staff Update

Joey Cantafio has been promoted to full-time assistant coach, and Thomas Strine has been hired as director of operations announced Lamar University head men’s basketball coach Tic Price. Cantafio is entering his third season with the program. “I’ve had the honor and privilege of watching Joey work for the past couple of years,” said Price. “When you’re

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Daily Dirt – 6/14/19

Today’s DIRT… Youngstown State assistant coach Brady Trenkle has resigned. He spent the 2018-19 season on the YSU staff, and was the head coach at Garden City CC (KS) for five seasons before that. Trenkle, who also spent four years as the head coach at Dodge City CC, will become a high school coach in

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Lamar Dirt…

I can confirm from a great source that Lamar head coach Tic Price will promote Joey Cantafio from Director of Basketball Operations to Assistant Coach. He will replace Bobby Kummer who is headed to Mercer. Cantafio has been on the Lamar staff for the past two seasons. He spent three years prior to that serving

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Lamar Dirt…

I have heard from a great source that Lamar head coach Tic Price will hire David Dumars as an assistant coach. He would replace Justin Bailey who became the head coach at Arkansas Fort Smith earlier this summer. Dumars and Price go way back. They were assistants together on Ron Everhart’s staff at McNeese State

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Lamar Dirt…

HoopDirt.com can confirm that Lamar Head Coach Tic Price has hired Joey Cantafio as the Cardinals new Director of Basketball Operations. Cantafio had spent the past three seasons as the video coordinator and director of player development at Tulane. Following his graduation from Hampden-Sydeny College, Cantafio spent time as an assistant coach at Bishop O’Connell

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Lamar’s Tic Price wins #200

Sophomore Nick Garth scored 22 points to lead the Lamar University men’s basketball team to a milestone victory Monday night over Liberty, 82-65. The win was LU head coach Tic Price’s 200th career victory. “Tonight is not about me but Lamar University,” said Price. “When I woke up this morning, I wasn’t thinking about getting

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