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Daily Dirt – 10/9/18

A bunch of things that I’ve heard… Earlier today, I posted a Delaware State men’s basketball staff update. In the story, new DSU head coach Eric Skeeters mentioned that a third assistant will be named shortly. I can confirm that choice will be Stephen Stewart. A former player and assistant at MEAC rival Coppin State,

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Penn State Shenango Men’s Basketball Staff Update

Two area veteran basketball standouts and well-respected coaches have joined the Penn State Shenango Men’s Basketball coaching staff. Geoffrey Evans, former assistant coach for the Hickory Hornets, and David Jackson, former Penn State Nittany Lion basketball player, will unite with Penn State Shenango Head Basketball Coach Andre Smith to share his vision for the campus’s

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Daily Dirt – 4/30/18

A few things to start the week… Portland State assistant coach Kahil Fennell has joined Chris Mack’s new staff at Louisville as the Director of Basketball Operations. Fennell was the associate head coach at Texas-Permian Basin for two years before joining the Portland State staff prior to last season. An official announcement is expected shortly.

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Central Penn College Basketball Staff Update

The Central Penn College Men’s Basketball program has announced the hiring of Tramayne Hawthorne, Kenny Stone, and Wes Kirkland as assistant basketball coaches for the 2017-18 season. Hawthorne (Drexel 2009) was 2000-point scorer, and State Champion at Steel-High before heading to Drexel University to extend his playing career. Hawthorne played for defensive guru Bruiser Flint.

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Jonathan Pena named Head Coach of Berkeley College

The Berkeley College Department of Athletics announced on Wednesday afternoon that former men’s basketball student-athlete and current Associate Head Coach Jonathan Pena will be promoted to the position of Head Coach for the 2017-2018 season. “First and foremost, I would like to thank the Berkeley College Department of Athletics for this opportunity,” Pena said. “I

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