I can confirm that Chris Thompson will be named as the new head men’s basketball coach at D3 Pratt Institute (NY). Thompson has been an assistant at D3 Stevens Institute of Technology (NJ) since 2016. He will replace Max Sass, who stepped away back in March after four years at the helm. In addition to
Some updates on a few current HC searches… The search at Delaware State has been slow, but is finally nearing an end. According to multiple sources, there are five finalists, and they are all interviewing on campus this week. The names that I have heard are: Rider assistant coach Geoff Arnold, current DSU interim head
Updates on some ongoing D3 searches… Tufts University (MA): Job has been offered and accepted. Official announcement coming at the beginning of the week. I’ll roll with the name shortly. Bowdoin College (ME): I can confirm that an offer has been made. Not sure if it has been accepted yet. More as I hear it.
Pratt Institute has named Guy Cherenfant as Assistant Coach for men’s basketball, the school announced Friday. Prior to Pratt, Cherenfant served on the coaching staff of both Nichols College and Holy Cross. At Nichols, Cherenfant held the position of student-manager for a Bison squad that went 92-23 during his tenure, including winning both the Commonwealth
Following up on a rumor that we posted this weekend…It’s now been made official that Max Sass has been named Pratt Institute head men’s basketball coach and facility rental coordinator. It was announced by director of athletics Walter Rickard on Tuesday. “I am thrilled to have Max on board to guide our program as we
HoopDirt.com has learned that Pratt Institute will name Wesleyan College (CT) top assistant Max Sass as their new head basketball coach. Sass recently completed his second season at Wesleyan, and has also worked as an assistant at Bard College (NY). A Hofstra alum, Sass began his career as a graduate assistant at his alma mater.
Been a busy week in the “dirt” world. Here are a bunch things that I’ve heard… Alabama Associate Head Coach Bob Simon will not have his contract renewed – this was first reported by BamaOnline. Simon had been on Avery Johnson’s staff for the past two seasons, and was with Ed Cooley at Providence before