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Wheeler named Director of Player Development at Cal Baptist

Brendan Wheeler was named California Baptist University men’s basketball’s Director of Player Development in July 2019. He spent the previous two seasons as a graduate assistant at the University of Southern California. At USC, Wheeler’s duties included assisting the coaching staff with opponent scouting reports and video edits, on-court player development, aiding preparation of on-campus

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OFFICIAL: Pribble joins Seattle Basketball Staff

Following up on something that HoopDirt.com mentioned on Friday afternoon… Alex Pribble, who has spent the last four years revitalizing the men’s basketball program at Saint Martin’s University, has been named an associate head coach on the Seattle University staff, Head Coach Jim Hayford announced Friday. “We are very fortunate to have Alex join our staff,” said

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Chew joins Grand Canyon Men’s Basketball Staff

Grand Canyon added more Division I coaching experience to its men’s basketball staff with the hiring of Isaac Chew as Lopes assistant coach. The next GCU season will mark Chew’s 13th year on a Division I bench, starting with Murray State (2007-11) before he moved on to Missouri (2011-12), Marquette (2012-14), Virginia Tech (2014-16) and

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OFFICIAL: UMKC fires Kareem Richardson

Following up on a story that HoopDirt.com first reported on Thursday (DI DIRT). It’s now been made official that Kareem Richardson has been fired as the head basketball coach at UMKC. The school released the following statement this afternoon: The University of Missouri-Kansas City has decided to part ways with men’s basketball head coach Kareem

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DI DIRT: UMKC parts ways with Kareem Richardson

HoopDirt.com can confirm that UMKC has parted ways with head basketball coach Kareem Richardson. The Roos are already moving quickly here, as DHR has been hired to aid in the search. Richardson was hired at UMKC back in 2013. During his tenure, he compiled a 74-117 record, including an 11-20 mark this season.His best season

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New Mexico State Dirt…

Been at the beach all week, but wanted to follow-up on something that I tweeted on Wednesday… I have heard from multiple sources that North Texas assistant James Miller is the leader to replace Lou Gudino (departed for Wichita State) on Chris Jans’ staff at New Mexico State. Last season was Miller’s first at UNT

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