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O’Malley announces retirement at NAIA St. Xavier U.

Saint Xavier University head men’s basketball coach Tom O’Malley has announced he will retire after a 23-year coaching career with the Cougars, following the end of the 2019-20 academic year. The winningest coach in Saint Xavier’s men’s basketball program history, O’Malley guided the Cougars to over 500 victories since joining the program in 1997. A

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Miller promoted to Associate Head Basketball Coach at Morningside College

Morningside College Director of Athletics Tim Jager and head men’s basketball coach Jim Sykes have announced the immediate promotion of Trent Miller, assistant coach, to associate head coach. Miller, who has been on staff for a pair of Great Plains Athletic Conference championships and National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics’ quarterfinal round-or-higher national tournament advancements, has been the Mustangs’ top assistant

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NAIA DIRT: Holt out at Oklahoma City

Stan Holt is no longer the head men’s basketball coach at NAIA Oklahoma City University. He has been replaced on an interim basis by assistant coach Hank Aldous. Holt was hired at OCU last May after a successful tenure at Langston University, where he went 107-50 during his five seasons. Through ten games this season,

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Mast promoted to Associate Head Basketball Coach at UAV

The University of Antelope Valley has announced the promotion of men’s basketball Associate Head Coach Jordan Mast to Head Coach. UAV Director of Athletics Gary Dickerson said of the promotion, “On behalf of the institution and UAV Athletics, I could not be more excited to see a remarkable coach such as Jordan be elevated to this position.  I believe

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Daily Dirt – 9/13/19

A few things to close out the week… Kirk Earlywine is no longer on the staff at Idaho. He had been with the program since 2012, first as the DBO and later as an assistant. Earlywine was the head coach at Eastern Washington before joining the Vandals staff. He also spent seven seasons working for

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