Marvin Menzies

UNLV fires Head Basketball Coach Marvin Menzies

UNLV Director of Athletics Desiree Reed-Francois announced today that Marvin Menzies will no longer serve as head men’s basketball coach. Menzies completed his third season in Las Vegas with an overall mark of 17-14. “I want to thank Coach Menzies for calming the waters and building a strong foundation for our men’s basketball program over

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New Mexico Dirt…

I can confirm that Brandon Mason has been named as an assistant coach at New Mexico, and is already out on the road recruiting for the Lobos. He replaces Mark Hsu who became an assistant at Western Kentucky last week. Mason spent last season as the director or player personnel at UNLV. He came to

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OFFICIAL: Menzies Announces Staff at UNLV

Following up on a report from earlier today…UNLV men’s basketball head coach Marvin Menzies announced his coaching staff on Thursday. Andre LaFleur, Rob Jeter and Eric Brown have all been hired as assistant coaches for the Runnin’ Rebels. “After a very thorough process, I am extremely pleased with the staff that we were able to put together,”

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UNLV Staff Update

According to a report in the Las Vegas Sun, new UNLV head coach Marvin Menzies will add former Milwaukee head coach Rob Jeter, and Long Beach State assistant Eric Brown to his staff.  They will join Andre LaFleur who has been on the job for the past few weeks. Jeter had been the head coach

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UNLV Search Update…

After losing out on top choice Mick Cronin earlier this week, UNLV is now moving on in their search for a basketball coach, and conducting interviews with other candidates. UNLV AD Tina Kunzer-Murphy is trying to replace former head coach Dave Rice who she fired back in January. New Mexico State head coach Marvin Menzies and Arkansas

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UNLV Poll Results

Here are the results of this weeks poll where we asked our readers who they thought would be the choice to replace Dave Rice as the head coach at UNLV.  Interestingly, Stave Lavin and Dan Majerle received the same amount of votes and tied for the top spot.  Out of the large number of write

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