Xavier University announced a contract extension for Sedler Family Men’s Basketball Head Coach Sean Miller, adding two years to the previous deal. The new contract runs through the 2028-29 season. “I appreciate the support of (Xavier University President) Dr. (Colleen) Hanycz, Greg Christopher, and the Xavier community for our program and our coaching staff,” said Miller.
New Xavier head coach Sean Miller has added Adam Cohen as the associate head coach, David Miller as an assistant coach, and Ryan Reynolds as the Director of Basketball Operations. Bio’s for each from Xavier’s website are below: Adam Cohen Xavier University Men’s Basketball Head Coach Sean Miller announced the hiring of Adam Cohen as the Crawford Family Associate
Story Courtesy: Tom Eiser, Xavier Athletic Communications CINCINNATI — Sean Miller has been named the Sedler Family Head Men’s Basketball Coach at Xavier University, Vice President and Director of Athletics Greg Christopher announced today. Miller previously spent eight years at Xavier, including five years as head coach, 2004-09, and three years as the associate head coach, 2001-04, under Thad Matta.
According to multiple reports, including one from ESPN, Sean Miller will be named as the new head coach at Xavier. Miller spent 2004-09 as the Musketeers head coach before departing for a 12-year stint at Arizona (2009-21). During Miller’s first tenure at Xavier, he went 120–47 (.719), making NCAA tournament appearances in each of his
Story: Adam Nelson (@HD_DirtKing) How about Notre Dame vs Rutgers yesterday? What a game. If that’s any indication of what’s to come, these next three weeks will be insane! Here’s today’s St. Patrick’s Day Edition of the Daily Dirt… Multiple reports have former Indiana head coach Archie Miller as the leader at URI. Miller knows
Following up on earlier reports. Here’s the official statement from Xavier from the parting of ways (firing) of head basketball coach Travis Steele: Xavier University Athletics and Head Men’s Basketball Coach Travis Steele have mutually agreed to part ways, Vice President and Director of Athletics Greg Christopher announced today. “I appreciate the opportunity to lead Xavier Men’s Basketball the
According to multiple reports, including one from Rick Broering, Xavier has parted ways with head coach Travis Steele. Steele, whose Musketeers are still alive in the NIT, had spent the past four seasons at Xavier. During his tenure, he has compiled a 70-50 (.583) record. His team is currently 19-13 (8-11) after beating Cleveland State
Xavier University Sedler Family Men’s Head Basketball Coach Travis Steele announced on Friday that he has hired Jordan Brooks as the program’s Director of Recruiting. Brooks comes to Xavier after two seasons as an assistant coach at Southeastern Louisiana University. Prior to Southeastern, Brooks coached at Howard University (2017-19) as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator.
Xavier University Sedler Family Head Men’s Basketball Coach Travis Steele announced that Danny Peters has joined his staff as an assistant coach. Peters spent the past three seasons as an assistant at the University of Arizona under former Xavier head coach Sean Miller. Miller is not Peters’ only connection to Xavier. Peters worked under former
University of Minnesota Athletics Director Mark Coyle announced today that Ben Johnson has been named head men’s basketball coach at the University of Minnesota. The University and Johnson have agreed to a five-year term, pending the completion of a background check and Board of Regents approval. Johnson, who graduated from Minnesota in 2005 with a
Yesterday was nuts. Curious to see what today will bring. Here are some things that I’ve heard… It sounds like Matt Scherbenske is no longer the associate head coach at the University of Central Arkansas. He had been on the Bears staff for the past six seasons. No official word on his departure from UCA,
Today’s news and notes from around the college basketball coaching world… Pitt head coach Jeff Capel said he’s worried about his players and let it be known he doesn’t trust the NCAA, wonders about the amateur status of college players and can’t understand why they are attempting to play games right now. Capel told KDKA,