It’s been a wild ride over the past month for the men’s basketball staff at Chicago State…. As Previously reported, Head Coach Lance Irvin decided to opt out of coaching this season. Irvin has twice been diagnosed with cancer, and had a bone marrow transplant back in 2012. In a report by Stadium, he said,
According to a report by Stadium, Chicago State head men’s basketball coach Lance Irvin intends to opt out of coaching during the 2020-21 season. Irvin told Stadium, “I’m not comfortable coaching this season because my doctor suggested that it wasn’t the right thing to do for my health. She said it’s not worth the risk
Chicago State head men’s basketball coach Lance Irvin announced today the hiring of Justin Bowen as an assistant coach. “When hiring a coach, I look for someone articulate, knowledgeable and hardworking. Justin Bowen checks all of those boxes,” Irvin said. “Not only is he a great person, but he is also a good ‘X’ and ‘O’ coach.
Following up on something that HoopDirt.com mentioned back on August 13th (DAILY DIRT). Tommy Strine has officially been named as an assistant men’s basketball coach at Chicago State. The school released the following today: Chicago State head men’s basketball coach Lance Irvin announced today the hiring of Tommy Strine as an assistant coach. “We’re fortunate to have
I can confirm through great sources that new Chicago State head coach Lance Irvin will hire Rodell Davis and Brett Putz as assistant coaches. Davis had most recently been working with Irvin at Morgan Park HS in Chicago, but is no stranger to the DI level. He has been an assistant at Drake, Providence, and
Following up on my tweet from yesterday…it’s now been made official that Lance Irvin has been named as the head basketball coach at Chicago State. Irvin was first named as a candidate here by HoopDirt.com back on 6/4 (Chicago State Search Update). An official press conference will be held tomorrow 8/8. Here’s the press release