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Marist Basketball Staff Update

Head coach John Dunne of the Marist men’s basketball program has finalized his coaching staff. Matt Henry, Serge Clement, and Kevin Driscoll will be the Red Foxes’ assistant coaches, and Dalip Bhatia will serve as Director of Men’s Basketball Operations. “We have great chemistry,” Dunne said. “It’s a hard-working group that complements each other well.

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REPORT: St. Peter’s John Dunne to Marist

Marist will hire John Dunne as their next head basketball coach according to a report by Jon Rothstein. Dunne has been the head coach at MAAC foe St. Peter’s since 2006 where he has compiled a 153-225 record, including a 14-18 (6-12) mark this past season. Before coming to St. Peter’s, Dunne served as an

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Marist Dirt…

Sounds like the search at Marist is getting closer to wrapping up. I heard over the weekend that current Wagner head coach and former Marist assistant Bashir Mason had interviewed, but is no longer a candidate. I have also heard that LeMoyne head coach Patrick Beilein was on campus this weekend. The Hudson Valley Sports

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Weekend Dirt – 3/10/18

I spent most of the day at Monster Jam today (the things that we do for our kids…). Here are a few things that I heard while almost losing my hearing (yes, those things are LOUD)…. Fresno State head coach Rodney Terry’s name is picking up steam at UTEP. Terry’s Bulldogs are currently 21-11 and

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Daily Dirt – 3/9/18

Starting to get busy at the HD World Headquarters. Here are a bunch of things that I’ve heard… It sounds like Pitt AD Heather Lyke is moving quickly in her efforts to right the ship at Pitt. Lyke, who spent 15 years as a senior administrator at Ohio State has reportedly already reached out to

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Daily Dirt – 3/5/18

This is going to be a busy week. Here are a few things that I’ve heard… Missouri State is moving quickly in their search to replace Paul Lusk. I can confirm that no search firm will be used, instead AD Kyle Moats will chair a six person committee which includes MSU staff, faculty, and community

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