Kirby named Assistant Basketball Coach at Ole Miss

Ole Miss men’s basketball has added the experienced and highly-regarded assistant coach Robert Kirby to its staff for the 2022-23 season, head coach Kermit Davis announced Monday. One of the most well-respected assistant coaches in the nation, Kirby comes to Oxford with 37 years of Division I coaching experience, with his most recent stop being a five-year

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OFFICIAL: Hollowell departs Loyola (NO); Named Associate AD for Basketball at Ole Miss

Following up on something that I reported back on 5/2 (NAIA DIRT). Stacy Hollowell has officially departed Loyola (NO), and been named as the Associate Athletics Director for Basketball at Ole Miss. Here’s the release: Kermit Davis continues to strengthen his Ole Miss basketball staff, adding 2022 NAIA national championship coach Stacy Hollowell to the program.

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Gates Finalizes Mizzou Men’s Basketball Coaching Staff

University of Missouri Whitten Family Men’s Basketball Head Coach Dennis Gates announced the remaining members of his inaugural coaching staff. Michael Fly has joined the staff at director of scouting & analytics, Ryan Sharbaugh as assistant to head coach, Matt Cline as chief of staff, Chase Goldstein as director of basketball operations, Sean Conaty as director of basketball athletic performance, Dalon King as scouting coordinator and Perin Foote as player development

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Michael Musselman promoted to DBO at Arkansas

Michael Musselman was promoted to Director of Basketball Operations, Razorback head coach Eric Musselman announced today. Michael Musselman will continue to lead the men’s basketball recruiting efforts while handling the day-to-day operations of the program. This past year, he completed his third season with the Razorbacks as the director of recruiting while adding the title

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Morris named Assistant Basketball Coach at Ole Miss

Ole Miss men’s basketball has added Louisiana’s Brock Morris as an assistant coach, head coach Kermit Davis announced. Morris comes to Oxford with a decade of coaching experience and a nationwide reputation as one of college basketball’s top assistants, most recently helping the Ragin’ Cajuns the last three seasons beginning in 2019-20 after a one-year stint as the head

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Vanderbilt Basketball Staff Update

Vanderbilt men’s basketball head coach Jerry Stackhouse announced that Andy Fox will serve as an associate head coach. Entering his fourth season on staff, Fox spent his first two seasons as the director of scouting and recruiting before serving as general manager in 2021-22. Stackhouse also announced that Adam Mazarei, who has served as an

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Kentucky’s Lucas headed to Duke

Kentucky assistant coach / recruiting coordinator Jai Lucas is headed to Duke. UK head coach John Calipari tweeted the following earlier today: Lucas had been at Kentucky since 2020, and was an assistant at Texas before that. Duke has not made an official statement yet.

OFFICIAL: Smithpeters joins Mizzou Basketball Staff

I’ve mentioned this one a few times over the past couple of weeks. It’s now official – Kyle Smithpeters has been hired as an assistant at Missouri. Here’s the release from Mizzou: University of Missouri Whitten Family Men’s Basketball Head Coach Dennis Gates has added assistant coach Kyle Smithpeters to his staff.   He joins associate head coach Charlton Young and

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Nutt named Assistant Basketball Coach at Mizzou

An experienced and talented coach, David “Dickey” Nutt, will join University of Missouri Whitten Family Men’s Basketball Head Coach Dennis Gates‘ staff as an assistant coach, as announced by Gates Thursday afternoon. Nutt has over 30 years of NCAA Division I coaching experience, including 19 as a head coach.    Nutt joins Charleton Young, who was

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Reynolds Dean joins Georgia Basketball staff

Atlanta native Antonio Reynolds Dean has been named Associate Head Coach for the Georgia Bulldogs, head coach Mike White announced on Tuesday. From his time as a standout post player at one of Georgia’s premier high school programs to the anchor of the winningest class in his college alma mater’s history to stops throughout his coaching career,

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