Today’s news and notes from through out the college basketball coaching world… Tulane head coach Ron Hunter will not coach his team on Saturday vs Temple. He released the following on Twitter: “After being informed of my exposure to someone who tested positive for Covid-19, I am following the quarantine protocol and will be unable
Norfolk State men’s basketball head coach Robert Jones announced today that Leonard Fairley has officially joined the program as an interim assistant coach for the 2018-19 season. Fairley has been heavily involved with the Spartans dating back to his days as a student manager. “As we searched to fill our third assistant coach position, we
Norfolk State University Director of Athletics Marty L. Miller announced Wednesday that Larry Vickers has been appointed the Spartans’ new head women’s basketball coach. Vickers, who is in his eighth season as an assistant men’s basketball coach at NSU, has served in a dual role since Jan. 20, when he added to his duties the
Norfolk State University Director of Athletics Marty L. Miller announced Wednesday afternoon that Spartan head women’s basketball coach Debra Clark has been reassigned within the department, effective immediately. Larry Vickers, associate head coach of the NSU men’s program, will assume the role of interim head women’s coach for the remainder of the season. “I want
HoopDirt.com news sponsored by Dr. Dish The Norfolk State athletics department announced today that local native and Norfolk State graduate Carlton “C.J.” Clemons has joined the Spartan men’s basketball program as an assistant coach. Clemons arrives at NSU after spending two seasons as the head coach of Bryant & Stratton College in Virginia Beach.
The Norfolk State Athletics Department announced today that former Coppin State assistant coach Kevin Jones has joined the Spartan men’s basketball program as an assistant coach. Jones will replace former NSU assistant coach Kevin DeVantier, who left the program this summer to pursue other opportunities. In addition to his coaching responsibilities, Jones will also handle