Turgeon Adds Haynes as Assistant Coach at Maryland

Maryland head coach Mark Turgeon has announced the hiring of assistant coach DeAndre Haynes, who is widely regarded as one of the fastest rising coaches in the country. Haynes most recently spent two seasons as an assistant coach with the University of Michigan men’s basketball program, where he was instrumental in working with the Wolverine

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Maryland assistant coach Matt Brady has been suspended for six games. According to the Baltimore Sun, Brady was suspended for violations of NCAA rules involving working with players while in a non-coaching role. Brady, the former head coach at James Madison and Marist, joined the Terps staff prior to last season in a non-coaching role.

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Maryland Basketball Staff Update

I mentioned the staff changes in a tweet late last week. They’ve now been made official… Maryland basketball head coach Mark Turgeon announced today that assistant coach Dustin Clark is leaving his position at Maryland after seven years to pursue an opportunity back in his native Texas. Additionally, Matt Brady has been promoted to assistant

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Big Ten Dirt…

A few things out of the Big Ten… Maryland Director of Basketball Operations Nima Omidvar will depart Mark Turgeon’s staff to become an assistant coach at South Alabama. This move was first reported by Omidvar had been on the Terps staff since 2014, and was the video coordinator at NC State before that. Current

Continue Reading → Daily News – 1/3/18’s Daily News from the college basketball coaching world… Pitt head coach Kevin Stallings was not happy with Louisville fans last night. Towards the end of the Panthers blow out loss last night, Stallings can be heard saying to someone in the crowd “at least we didn’t pay our guys $100,000.” He then responded to

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UMass Dirt… can confirm several reports that Maryland Director of Player Development Cliff Warren will become an assistant coach at UMass. Warren had been an assistant on Mark Turgeon’s staff for the past three seasons before being moved to an administrative position this spring. Before coming to Maryland, Warren spent nine seasons as the head coach

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