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Daily Dirt – 9/24/21

Story: Adam Nelson (@HD_DirtKing) A few quick things that I’ve heard… I can confirm that Manhattan assistant Doug Thibault has departed the Jaspers staff and has accepted a role at IMG Academy in Florida. Thibault had spent the past three seasons at Manhattan, and also spent ten years as an assistant at Longwood. No word

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Manhattan extends Masiello through 2022-23

Manhattan College has announced a contract extension for head men’s basketball coach Steve Masiello through the 2022-23 season. Since taking the reins of the Jaspers’ program in 2011, Masiello has compiled 138 wins, just four behind legendary head coach Jack Powers for third place among all coaches in program history. “I appreciate having the ability to continue to lead

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Manhattan Basketball Staff Update

 Manhattan head coach Steve Masiello has announced a pair of staff changes as RaShawn Stores has been promoted to associate head coach while Jon Mangel has been tabbed as the program’s strength & conditioning coach/director of MBB operations. Stores has served as an Assistant Coach over the last two seasons and before that as a

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Manhattan Basketball Staff Update

Manhattan Head Coach Steve Masiello has announced that Michael Alvarado has been elevated to Assistant Coach while RaShawn Stores will now serve as a special assistant. Alvarado spent the last two years as a special assistant to Masiello after completing his professional career. A former standout for the Jaspers from 2010-2014, he earned a pair of All-MAAC

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Towson Dirt…

HoopDirt.com can confirm that Towson Head Coach Pat Skerry has hired Branden McDonald as an assistant coach. McDonald has spent the past two seasons as an assistant at Manhattan, and worked as a GA at Pitt before that. He also coached with Team Takeover AAU. An official announcement is expected shortly.

Manhattan And Steve Masiello Agree To Four-Year Extension

Manhattan College and Head Men’s Basketball Coach Steve Masiello have agreed to a four-year contract extension through the 2019-2020 season. During his five years at the helm of the Jaspers’ basketball team, Masiello has guided the program to back-to-back MAAC Championships and three postseason appearances after taking over a team that won just six games in the year prior

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