Pat Skerry

Towson’s Skerry Inks Contract Extension

Towson University and men’s basketball coach Pat Skerry have agreed to a contract extension, the school announced. The deal is pending approval from the University System of Maryland Board of Regents. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. “Coach Skerry has consistently finished in the top three of the conference every year and he is

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OFFICIAL: Parfait Bitee Joins Towson Staff As Director of Student-Athlete Development

Following up on a rumor that was posted back on 8/29 (Towson Dirt)… Towson head men’s basketball coach Pat Skerry announced the hiring of Parfait Bitee as Director of Student-Athlete Development. A University of Rhode Island graduate and member of the Cameroonian men’s national basketball team, Bitee’s responsibilities will include organizing all game and practice

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Towson Dirt…

HoopDirt.com can confirm an earlier tweet by Jon Rothstein – Towson head coach Pat Skerry has hired Parfait Bitee as the Tigers new Director of Student Athlete Development. The hiring will be made official later this week. Bitee played at URI when Skerry was an assistant there in the mid-2000’s. Following his graduation, he played

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Towson Dirt…

HoopDirt.com can confirm that Towson head coach Pat Skerry will hire University of Southern California Director of Basketball Operations Pat O’Connell as an assistant coach. He will replace Bruce Shingler who departed earlier this spring for a spot on Frank Martin’s staff at South Carolina. O’Connell is a Baltimore native who had previously spent three seasons

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Skerry Receives Extension at Towson Through 2020-21Season

Towson University has extended men’s basketball coach Pat Skerry’s through the 2020-2021 season, the school has announced. The extension comes after the Tigers posted their second 20-win season in three years under Skerry’s leadership. “Our men’s basketball program has excelled under the leadership of Coach Skerry and we’re thrilled to extend his contract through the 2020-21 season,”

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