Maryland

Billmeier joins Willard at Maryland

A member of Kevin Willard‘s staff at Seton Hall for 11 seasons, helping lead the Pirates to two Big East Championships, Grant Billmeier joined Willard’s staff on Tuesday.  Ranked second in a poll of top assistant coaches in the BIG EAST by his peers in a 2020 Stadium survey, Billmeier was Seton Hall’s associate head coach

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Cox named Assistant Basketball Coach at Maryland

A Landover, Maryland native with head coaching experience and vast DMV connections, David Cox joined Kevin Willard‘s staff on Monday. Cox comes to Maryland after serving as the head coach at Rhode Island for four seasons. Before that, Cox was an associate head coach at Rhode Island and Rutgers, assistant coach at Georgetown and director of

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Skinn named Assistant Basketball Coach at Maryland

A Takoma Park, Maryland native with deep DMV ties and Big Ten and Big East coaching experience, Tony Skinn joined Kevin Willard‘s staff on Thursday. Skinn comes to Maryland after one season at Ohio State. An 11-year coaching veteran known for his recruiting, especially in the DMV area, and player development, Skinn worked with Willard from

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OFFICIAL: Maryland names Kevin Willard as new Head Basketball Coach

 Kevin Willard has been named the new head coach of the Maryland Men’s Basketball program as announced by Damon Evans, Barry P. Gossett Director of Athletics on Monday. Willard recently coached Seton Hall to its fifth NCAA Tournament appearance in the last six events that were played. Having won a regular-season conference championship, conference tournament championship and earning

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REPORT: Kevin Willard to Maryland

Story: Adam Nelson (@HD_DirtKing) No surprise here, as this one has been making the rounds for the better part of a week, but now a little more confirmation, as CBS Sports’ Jon Rothstein has reported that Maryland is “expecting to hold a press conference early this week” to introduce Seton Hall’s Kevin Willard as their

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Daily Dirt – 3/15/22

Story: Adam Nelson (@HD_DirtKing) On the move today. Here are a few quick hitters… Some search firm updates: Fogler has Missouri, DHR has Tulsa, and Parker has George Washington. Early at George Washington, but some names to keep an eye on are Miami associate head coach Chris Caputo and Yale head coach James Jones. Obviously

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Shingler out at Maryland

Maryland assistant coach Bruce Shingler will not return, the university announced. A short two-sentence statement was released by the school: “Men’s basketball assistant coach Bruce Shingler will not return to the program. He will be paid the remainder of his contract which expires on April 30, 2022.” Shingler was suspended for 30 days back on January 13th

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Maryland Assistant Shingler Suspended

The University of Maryland has suspended assistant men’s basketball coach Bruce Shingler. UM officials released the following statement: “Maryland men’s basketball assistant coach Bruce Shingler has been suspended for 30 days for a violation of his employment agreement.” No other details were given, and there were no other comments made by the athletic department. Shingler

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Manning elevated to Interim Assistant Coach at Maryland

Greg Manning Jr. has been elevated to interim assistant coach following the advancement of Danny Manning to interim head coach. Manning Jr. will continue to serve in his role as director of men’s basketball operations. Manning was named director of men’s basketball operations in April of 2021 following three seasons as video coordinator for the

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Shingler heads from South Carolina to Maryland

Maryland men’s basketball coach Mark Turgeon has announced the hiring of Prince George’s County native Bruce Shingler as assistant coach. Shingler most recently spent five seasons as an assistant coach at South Carolina, where he helped lead the Gamecocks to their first ever NCAA Final Four appearance. He grew up just miles from College Park

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