It's incredible what an historic season can do for recruiting. After barely missing the NCAA Tournament, Harvard has cranked up the recruiting just a tad. Last weekend Coach Amaker hosted eight prospects, six of whom are ranked in the top 100 of their prospective classes. I'm wondering how many top 100 recruits it would take to have an impact in the Ivy League. Not many I presume. You can read the full article in the Harvard Crimson - …Continue
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I doubt this will come as a surprise to anyone here but Wisconsin basketball coach Bo Ryan will be inducted in to the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame as a member of the class of 2011..
Ryan coached at UW-Platteville, where he went 352-76 and coached the Pioneers to NCAA Division III titles in 1991, '95, '98 and '99 before leaving for his first Division I coaching job at UW-Milwaukee.
After a two-year stay with the Panthers, Ryan came to Madison in 2001…Continue
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Rick Pitino is firing shots at the Big East members that left for the ACC. Not only is he speaking his mind he's also laying out some compelling facts. On his blog, Pitino asks "Didn’t they check Boston College’s championship totals since leaving the BIG EAST -- one, in soccer in 2005". Good question.
He also wants the Big East to quickly secure four football schools to join the conference. His suggestions:
"Central Florida? Is Baylor or Iowa State…Continue
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Apparently, I am not smart enough to fully understand these realignments. Is it just me or did it feel like the media made the Big East out to be the greatest basketball league in the history of the game last season? Then somehow the following season three of the big boys leave for greener pastures. I think I read somewhere that this has something to do with others sports like Football and Lacrosse. I suppose I can see the football angle as it is a huge revenue generator for the the…Continue
Added by Hal Wissel on September 23, 2011 at 2:05pm — No Comments
i will be involved in working with christian life academy in houston texas. we are looking for post grad players. preferred height 6'3 and up. we dont have any scholarship money but the opportunity to get a scholarship at a juco and a 4 year college is what we strive for. if interested contact me at 936-828-1462 or 337-417-1859. my name is coach troy gilton
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Local Pro Basketball Team, Annapolis Based Non-Profit Work to Support Oyster Restoration Efforts
Severna Park, MD (September 21, 2011) – The Bay Area Shuckers of the Atlantic Coast Professional Basketball League (ACPBL) and the Oyster Recovery Partnership (ORP) have announced they have joined forces to promote and support the restoration of oysters for ecological and economical…Continue
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South Jersey Prep Star, Widener University Standout Signed by ACPBL Team
Severna Park, MD (September 20, 2011) – Jamarr Johnson a two-year starter and four year letterman for Widener (Pennsylvania) University and a New Jersey prep star has been signed by the Bay Area Shuckers of the Atlantic Coast Professional Basketball League (ACPBL).
“Jamarr was another…Continue
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Explore your next career move with Davenport University! An immediate opportunity is available for a Head Women’s Basketball coach at the W.A. Lettinga campus located in Grand Rapids, MI.
Over the last nine seasons, the Lady Panthers have earned six Wolverine Hoosier Athletic Conference (WHAC) titles and a national runner-up finish in the 2010-11 season. The women’s basketball team is proud to compete at home in our recently built Davenport University Student…
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Derek Savage Delaware Two-Sport All-State Performer, All-Conference Selection in College Signs
Severna Park, MD (September 15, 2011) – The Bay Area Shuckers announced the signing of Derek Savage, who was a Delaware All-State prep performer in basketball and track and field and an All-Conference Selection at NCAA Division II Goldey-Beacom College before turning pro.
“Derek brings a very solid basketball…
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Here is a list of the top ten highest paid NCAA college basketball coaches. It should be noted that these comparisons are not apples to apples. Some of these include shoe money and other forms of compensation. Regardless, the numbers are gaudy..
|Coach||Team||Average Salary (Millions)||Source|
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Send cover letter, resume, and the names and contact information for three references to Assistant Basketball Coach Search by email…Continue
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Team Signs Naurice Mullings, Former Cecil College, Texas College Player
Severna Park, MD (September 13, 2011) – Naurice Mullings, who played for the Cecil College Seahawks of North East, Maryland before finishing his collegiate career at Texas College, has been signed by the Bay Area Shuckers of the Atlantic…
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Parkville Product Hosley, Patterson’s Green Signed by ACPBL Team
Severna Park, MD (September 8, 2011) – Baltimore and Baltimore County continued to be fruitful recruiting grounds for the Bay Area Shuckers of the Atlantic Coast Professional Basketball League (ACPBL) as they signed Kevin Green and Terry Hosley, both former area prep standouts and leaders of Baltimore’s Maryland Bible College team.
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Just wanted to thank everyone who read any of my blog posts about my Graduate Assistant position from last year. About 2-3 times a month I wrote a blog entry in regards to coaching, basketball, and the daily responsibilities of being a Grad Assistant. I was at NAIA Concordia in Nebraska, and really learned a lot from that position and the coaches I worked for.
A few months ago I made a big move in my life, as I got the Graduate Assistant…Continue
Harford Community College is a Division I member of the National Junior College Athletic Association and the Maryland Junior College Athletic Conference. The College's intercollegiate athletics program is dedicated to the continued development of skill and sportsmanship in all students through a focus on academic and personal success of our student athletes. Many students continue their athletic careers as valued players on four-year college and university teams. The intercollegiate…Continue
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Purpose: Responsible for instructing student athletes in the rules and fundamentals of tennis and basketball; and providing input and assistance to the head women’s basketball coach in determining fundamental philosophy, skills, and techniques.. Duties: Women’s Tennis program -Plans and implements the operation of the women’s tennis program -Recruiting women’s tennis student-athletes - Share responsibility for administration/implementation of budget spending - Maintains current knowledge and…Continue
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Wilmington College, a career-oriented liberal arts institution affiliated with the Society of Friends (Quakers), is located in southwestern Ohio. Job Description Wilmington College, an NCAA Division III institution and member of the Ohio Athletic Conference, is seeking candidates for the position of Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach – Part-time. Responsibilities will include on-floor coaching, recruiting and game preparation. College coaching experience is preferred. Wilmington College, a…Continue
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