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Daily Dirt: DI Graduate Assistant Updates

Here are a few updates on some DI schools who have recently added graduate assistants… Miami – The Hurricanes have hired former Northeastern standout Chaisson Allen. A 1,500 point scorer for the Husky’s, Allen has spent the past five seasons playing professionally in Europe. Long Beach State – Head Coach Dan Monson has hired Kyle

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Corey Tate Named Assistant Coach at Saint Louis

St. Louis native Corey Tate has been tabbed an assistant coach for the Saint Louis University men’s basketball team, head coach Travis Ford announced. Tate, a longtime coach at Mineral Area College in Park Hills, Mo., spent last season as an assistant coach at his alma mater, Missouri. “I am thrilled to welcome Corey Tate to the Billiken family,”

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Wade, Wilson Added to St. Louis Men’s Basketball Staff

The men’s basketball staff at Saint Louis University continues to take shape as new Billikens head coach Travis Ford announced two additions today. Tommy Wade has been hired as Director of Student-Athlete Development, while Michael Wilson is the new Video Coordinator. Both served on Ford’s staff at Oklahoma State University. “Having known Tommy Wade my

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Daily Dirt – 3/28/16

What a wild Easter Weekend – Stallings to Pitt (Panther fans want to burn the city), Beard to UNLV (well done parlaying a 30-5 season into a better gig), and Dunleavy Sr. to Tulane (a lot of head scratching here).  I think the best hiring over the weekend was the one that had the least

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Daily Dirt – 3/23/16

The busy week continues…here are a bunch of things that I’ve heard in the past few hours… On Monday, I mentioned FGCU head coach Joe Dooley and Vanderbilt head coach Kevin Stallings and their involvement at St. Louis (Daily Dirt – 3/21/16).  The “hot” name here now is Valparaiso head coach Bryce Drew.  His team

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Daily Dirt – 3/14/16

Busy Monday already with the announcements that Trent Johnson is out at TCU and James Madison has parted ways with Matt Brady.  I expect lot more movement today, especially with rumors swirling about Oklahoma State and Tulane… Here are some things that I heard over the weekend: The search at St. Louis is in the very

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