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NAIA Goshen College (IN) opens

Associate Head Coach Kyle Capps will begin serving immediately as the Maple Leafs Interim Head Men’s Basketball Coach as Maple Leafs Men’s Basketball Head Coach Jon Tropf just announced he is pursuing a new opportunity in college basketball. A national search for a new head coach is underway. Interim Head Coach Kyle Capps has spent three seasons on the Maple Leafs

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NAIA DIRT: Hepker to take over at MidAmerica Nazarene

Story: Adam Nelson (@HD_DirtKing) MidAmerica Nazarene assistant Adam Hepker has been promoted to head coach following the retirement of legendary coach Rocky Lamar. Hepker returned to MNU as an assistant last season after serving as an assistant at Ottawa University Arizona. He had previously served as an assistant at MNU from 2010-15, before departing for

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Griffin resigns as Head Coach at NAIA Roosevelt U

Joe Griffin has resigned from his position as head men’s basketball coach after 12 years at Roosevelt University. “We would like to thank Coach Griffin for his contributions to our athletic department,” said John Jaramillo, Director of Athletics. “We wish him and his family the best in their future endeavors.” “After a rewarding 12 years,

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Ashton named Head Basketball Coach at Iowa Wesleyan

Jordan Ashton, a Mount Pleasant native, will take the reins of the Tigers Men’s Basketball program, effective April 11th. Ashton spent the 2021-22 academic year as an assistant coach at the University of Minnesota Duluth. During this season, the team earned the most wins in over 50 years in program history and went undefeated with

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Drinkwine out, Skeen in at NAIA Northwest U

Future WIBCA Hall of Fame Coach Rick Skeen takes the helm of the Northwest University men’s basketball team, the university announced Monday. Skeen replaces Jeff Drinkwine who had been the Eagles head coach for the past five seasons. Drinkwine wraps up his tenure with a 60-67 record, including a 10-17 (7-17 CCC) mark this past

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