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Louis Rowe out at James Madison

James Madison Director of Athletics Jeff Bourne announced Monday that the university has mutually parted with Louis Rowe as men’s basketball head coach following four years in the role. “You won’t find many individuals who love this institution and this basketball program more than Louis Rowe,” Bourne said. “He poured his heart and soul into

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Dee Vick joins James Madison Basketball Staff

 Long-time Hampden-Sydney head coach Dee Vick has joined the James Madison men’s basketball staff as the Dukes’ quality control coordinator for the 2019-20 season, as announced by Head Coach Louis Rowe on Wednesday morning. Vick joins the Dukes after an 11-year tenure at Hampden-Sydney, his alma mater, where he accumulated 156 victories, second-most of any coach in

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Rowe to be retained at James Madison

Heading off any speculation of what the off season may bring for the James Madison men’s basketball program, Director of Athletics Jeff Bourne released the following statement today announcing his support for head coach Louis Rowe; JMU Nation,  As we sit in the heart of March Madness and with our spring sports fully in action,

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James Madison Dirt…

I have heard from a great source that James Madison head coach Louis Rowe will round out his staff by hiring Wofford’s Tim Johnson. A Hall of Famer at Wofford, Johnson had spent the past four seasons as an assistant to Mike Young. He also worked as a graduate assistant at Wyoming. His strong DMV

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James Madison Suspends Two Assistant Basketball Coaches

James Madison has suspended assistant basketball coaches Mike Deane and David Kontaxis for two games each for violating athletics department policy. JMU said in a statement that the suspensions are a personnel matter and will remain confidential. Deane, the former head coach at Marquette, Siena, Lamar, and Wagner, has been on the JMU staff since 2012.

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