PISCATAWAY, N.J. – , who led Rutgers to new heights from 2001-11, returns as the head football coach “On the Banks.” Schiano’s appointment as head coach comes following the Rutgers Board of Governors’ approval today of contract terms. The Wyckoff, New Jersey, native directed the Scarlet Knights to six bowl appearances, coached 83 RU players who signed NFL contracts and guided the program to the top APR score in the nation during his previous 11 seasons in Piscataway.
In the last round of college football coaching hires following the 2019 season, seven schools in the Power Five conferences employed a search firm. Three of the seven used Ventura Partners, a decade-old firm that hasn’t been around as long as some of its competitors such as Parker and Ko…
Sports Business JournalBy Michael SmithJanuary 27, 2020
In the last round of college football coaching hires following the 2019 season, seven schools in the Power Five conferences employed a search firm. Three of the seven used Ventura Partners, a decade-old firm that hasn’t been around as long as some of its competitors such as Parker …
AUBURN, Ala.-Brent Crouch, who has served as the head women’s volleyball coach at the University of Southern California the past two years, has been named Auburn’s head coach, Director of Athletics Allen Greene announced Tuesday. “We are excited to welcome Brent, his wife Marcy and sons Jonathan and William into the Auburn family.
PULLMAN, Wash. – Nick Rolovich has been named the 33rd head football coach in Washington State history, Director of Athletics announced Tuesday. Rolovich, who agreed in principle to a five-year contract, will be introduced at a press conference Thursday, Jan. 16 at 2:30 p.m. in the Rankich Club Room at Martin Stadium.
PHILADELPHIA – Nick Bochette (BO-ket), who led Albany to an America East regular season and tournament championship in his three seasons as the helm, has been named Temple University’s women’s soccer head coach, announced Director of Athletics Dr. Patrick Kraft. “We are excited to introduce Nick Bochette as the next head coach of our Temple women’s soccer program,” said Kraft.
Tom Kleinlein is the new deputy athletics director at Ole Miss. Ole Miss athletic director Keith Carter made the announcement on Friday. Kleinlein will oversee the external affairs and day-to-day football activities for Rebel Athletics. Kleinlein arrives in Oxford after seven years as Georgia Southern University’s Director of Athletics.