Ole Miss basketball (20-11, 10-8) has been a pleasant surprise for Rebels fans this season. The Rebels are coming off a regular season ending road win over Mizzou which gave the Rebels the magical twentieth win and set them up for selection into the NCAA Tourney.
Ventura Partners Selected by Penn State to Find Next Women’s Head Basketball Coach | Hunt Scanlon Media
Universities continue to turn to search firms to fill their top coaching vacancies. Executive recruitment firm Ventura Partners has been chosen to lead the search for the next women’s head basketball coach at Penn State University. After 12 seasons, the program elected to move on from coach Coquese Washington.
FAIRFIELD, CT – Director of Athletics Paul Schlickmann announced on Monday that he has initiated a change in the leadership of the Men’s Basketball program, commencing a search to replace Head Coach Sydney Johnson. “I want to thank Coach Johnson for his commitment to Fairfield.
TWO SOURCES IN West Coast college basketball coaching circles tell Cougfan.com that Washington State athletic director Pat Chun has enlisted the services of the Ventura Partners search firm to help him find the next head of the Cougars’ men’s basketball team.
CLOSE OXFORD – A slew of Ole Miss and Mississippi State players earned All-SEC honors on Tuesday. Ole Miss coach Kermit Davis was named the AP and SEC conference Coach of the Year, while Mississippi State guard Quinndary Weatherspoon and Ole Miss guard Breein Tyree were named first-team All-SEC by the coaches.
After orchestrating an impressive turnaround in her first year at Clemson, Amanda Butler received the 2019 ACC Coach of the Year award. She is the first Clemson women’s basketball coach to receive this honor since Jim Davis in 1994.
Kansas State has named North Dakota state’s Chris Klieman its new head coach, the school announced in a press release Monday night.
Penn State Director of Athletics Sandy Barbour has announced the appointment of Scott Sidwell as deputy director of athletics-external. A dynamic and experienced leader and former collegiate student-athlete, Sidwell comes to Happy Valley having served as director of athletics at the University of San Francisco since June 2011.