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Gray tabbed Assistant Coach at Niagara

Niagara men’s basketball head coach Greg Paulus has announced the addition of Antone Gray to his staff as an assistant coach. “We are excited to have Antone join our coaching staff,” said Paulus. “Antone was highly recommended and brings tremendous energy to those around him. His relationship building, recruiting at a high level and knowledge of the

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Niagara Dirt…

Story: Adam Nelson (@HD_DirtKing) I can confirm that assistant coach Brett Ervin has departed the Niagara men’s basketball staff. He has accepted a position in medical device sales that is closer to home. Ervin had been on the Purple Eagles staff for the past 2+ seasons. Before being hired at Niagara, Ervin served as an

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Niagara extends Paulus through 2024-25

Niagara University Director of Athletics Simon Gray has announced the contract extension of Greg Paulus through the 2024-25 season. “Greg’s passion for Niagara Basketball can be felt daily,” Gray said.  “He has made an immediate impact on our student-athletes, around our campus, and in the greater community.  There is a lot of momentum in our

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Niagara Dirt…

I can confirm that Niagara head coach Greg Paulus has made two additions to his staff. Kevin Devitt has been hired as an assistant coach at Austin Kelley will be named as the Director of Basketball Operations. Devitt had spent the four seasons as an assistant at UAB, and also worked as an assistant at

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DAILY DIRT – 8/13/20

Catching-up on a few things… I have heard that Niagara head coach Greg Paulus is finalizing his staff – it sounds like he may have two spots to fill. The names that I’ve heard here are former UAB assistant Kevin Devitt, and a current staffer in the A-10. Should be official shortly. Kevon Davis is

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REPORT: Niagara to remove interim tag from Paulus

According to multiple reports, and first tweeted by Jon Rothstein, Niagara will remove the interim tag from Greg Paulus, and sign him to a multi-year contract. Paulus had been serving as the interim head coach since the abrupt resignation of Patrick Beilein back on October 24th. Paulus is a Syracuse native, who was a standout

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Beilein set to resign at Niagara

According to multiple reports, and confirmed by our sources, Patrick Beilein will resign at Niagara before ever coaching a game there. There has been no reason given yet for the sudden resignation. Beilein was hired as the head coach of the Purple Eagles back in late March after a very successful run at DII LeMoyne

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Niagara Basketball Staff Update

Niagara University men’s basketball head coach Patrick Beilein has announced his coaching staff. Greg Paulus, Bryan Smothers and Brett Ervin will join the staff as assistant coaches, while Madison Hahesy will serve as the director of basketball operations. “When I began my coaching staff search, I had a clear vision of where I want this

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Patrick Beilein Named Head Basketball Coach at Niagara

Patrick Beilein, a rising star in the coaching profession, has been named the 22nd head coach of the Niagara University men’s basketball program. Beilein brings an impressive pedigree to Niagara University as a former NCAA Division I student-athlete and with coaching experience at the NBA, NCAA Division I and II levels. “Patrick Beilein has demonstrated

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Niagara fires Head Basketball Coach Chris Casey

Director of Athletics Simon Gray has announced that after six years as the men’s basketball head coach, Chris Casey has been relieved of his duties at Niagara University. Gray will begin a national search immediately to find the 22nd head coach of the Purple Eagles.    “Chris Casey is a man of integrity and he was 100 percent

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HoopDirt.com Daily News – 1/17/19

Coaches have gone wild in the American Athletic Conference with three ejections in the past two nights. Tuesday night, Cincinnati head coach Mick Cronin was ejected for arguing a shot clock issue. Last night, both UConn head coach Dan Hurley, and Tulsa head coach Frank Haith were booted for arguing…with each other! The fairly amusing

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