The Sterling College Athletic Department has announced that Dean Jaderston will resign his position as the head men’s basketball coach at Sterling College. Coach Jaderston will transition to full time chaplain at Sterling College for the rest of the year. He is actively pursuing some new opportunities for ministry, and will continue to lead Northern Pines, the Christian
Don Paul “D.P.” Harris has been named as the Men’s Basketball Coach, Assistant Athletic Director, and Director of Development, announces Director of Athletics, Laura Courtley-Todd. “Adding a coach with the type of experience that Coach Harris has is a tremendous testament toward the vision that our President David A. Armstrong has,” said Courtley-Todd. “We are all
WALESKA, Ga. – After being at the helm of Reinhardt men’s basketball for seven seasons and 16 years overall as a college basketball head coach, lead Eagle Jason Gillespie has resigned from his post and stepped away from the game of basketball. Gillespie, who totaled a 280-223 mark during his coaching career, made a lasting
William Woods University head men’s basketball coach James Hays has resigned his position to pursue other opportunities. A search for his replacement has begun. Hays served as the Interim head coach during the 2017-18 season. During his three seasons, the Owls went 52-38. The 2018-19 season came to an end last night with a loss
The San Diego Christian College athletic department has announced the promotion of Dwayne Cosby to the SDC head men’s basketball coach, effective immediately. Cosby was the interim head coach for the 2018-19 season before being promoted after the season by Carolyn Peters, the SDC athletic director. “SDC is blessed to have Coach Cosby join our
It’s been tough few years for small private DIII schools. Last year, New England DIII’s Mount Ida College (MA) (GNAC) and Wheelock College (MA) (NECC) shut their doors, leaving coaches and players searching for new schools. Earlier this fall, it was announced that DIII Newbury College (MA) (NECC) would be joining that list, and we
Things are starting to get busy. Here are a few small college things that I’ve heard… Kennesaw State posted their job yesterday (HERE). It’s still unclear if a search firm will be used, but I’ve heard that one of the Senior Associate AD’s is currently running the search. Too early for any legit non-speculative names
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Former NBA All-Star Kenny Anderson has suffered a stroke. The 48-year-old Anderson recently completed his first season coaching NAIA program Fisk University in Nashville. Fisk said in a statement Tuesday that the university community extends its “thoughts and prayers” to Anderson and his family. Anderson’s wife, Natasha Anderson, said in a statement
After 42 years and over 1,300 games, Jim Kessler is ready to step down. Kessler announced his plans to retire as the head coach of Grace’s men’s basketball team during a press conference on Monday morning. The legendary coach is currently No. 1 in NAIA Division II among active coaches with over 780 career victories.
Columbia College President Scott Dalrymple announced the promotion of Tomas Brock from associate head coach to head coach of the men’s basketball team following the 2018-19 season. After a storied career that spans more than three decades, current men’s basketball coach and Athletic Director Bob Burchard announced his retirement following the current season on Jan.