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Castagna named Assistant Basketball Coach at Siena

Siena Basketball Head Coach Carmen Maciariello has announced the hiring of Bobby Castagna as an assistant coach. The Brooklyn, New York native brings a wealth of experience with him to Loudonville, having spent more than four decades at both the collegiate and professional athletics levels, including the past 19 years as an NBA scout with

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Siena Basketball Staff Update + Dirt

Siena Men’s Basketball Head Coach Carmen Maciariello has announced a pair of staff promotions. Greg Fahey has been elevated to an assistant coach, while Matt Miner moves into the director of basketball operations role. In addition – in a move that has not been announced yet, assistant Bob Simon has departed the staff. The veteran

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Siena announces 3-yr extension for Maciariello

Siena College has announced a three-year contract extension for men’s basketball head coach Carmen Maciariello through the 2025-26 season. A 2001 Siena graduate, Maciariello has guided his alma mater to back-to-back Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Regular Season Championships in his first two seasons as the helm. “We are pleased with the success Carm and the team

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Former Siena standout Fisher joins Susquehanna staff

Head Coach Frank Marcinek has announced the selection of Evan Fisher as an assistant coach for the Susquehanna University men’s basketball program. Fisher arrives at Susquehanna following a year as a member of the professional basketball team, Vaerlose Basketball Club, Horsholm, Denmark. The 6-9 forward earned Basketligaen All-Import First Team honors after leading Vaerlose, which competes

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Daily News – 12/3/20

Some items from around the college basketball coaching world… Wichita State AD Darron Boatright commented on the Shockers search for Gregg Marshall’s replacement. He told 3KSN in Wichita that the university will wait until the end of the season before selecting a permanent head coach. Current interim head coach Isaac Brown will be considered for

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NCAA hits Jimmy Patsos with 3-year show-cause order

Former Siena head coach Jimmy Patsos was issued a three-year show-cause order today by the NCAA. The school and a booster also received penalties. The full public infractions decision can be found HERE. Below is a summary of the findings released by the NCAA: The former Siena men’s basketball head coach provided impermissible cash payments

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Fahey named DBO at Siena

New Siena Men’s Basketball Head Coach Carmen Maciariello ’01 has completed his first staff with the appointment of Greg Fahey as the Saints’ director of basketball operations. The Randolph, New Jersey native comes to Siena after spending the past season as a graduate assistant at Providence College. “I’ve had the opportunity to watch Greg grow

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Siena Basketball Staff Update

New Siena Men’s Basketball Head Coach Carmen Maciariello ’01 has announced the first four hires to his initial staff. Harley Fuller, Bob Simon, and Antoni Wyche have been appointed assistant coaches, while Matt Miner has been named special assistant to the head coach. “I’m fortunate to have the opportunity to hire such complete coaches,” said

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Daily Dirt – 3/28/19

A few quick hitters to start the day… St. Joe’s is making progress in their search to replace Phil Martelli. So far, there have been nine coaches interviewed – eight in person, and one via Skype (still playing??). Philadelphia 76ers assistant Billy Lange is a hot name here and has already interviewed. I can confirm

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Daily Dirt – 3/25/19

Some things to kick off what is expected to be a busy week… I have heard that Korn Ferry has the Vanderbilt search. Not a huge surprise since they just ran the recent AD search. Too early for any legit names here yet. I’ll have some soon though. The Luke Murray to Fairfield rumors are

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Daily Dirt – 3/22/19

A few things to wrap-up a busy week… Siena needs to do the right thing and name Carmen Maciariello as their head coach – quickly. He’s assumed the interim tag for now, but that needs to be removed if they want to bring some stability back to this program. After a one-and-done from Jamion Christian,

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