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Former NBA PG Rod Strickland hired as LIU basketball coach
Former NBA point guard Rod Strickland is the new men's basketball coach at Long Island University.
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Former Illinois star Dee Brown to coach at NAIA’s Roosevelt
Former Illinois star and NBA player Dee Brown is the new coach at Roosevelt University in Chicago, the NAIA school announced Monday.
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UNC-Indiana, Ohio State-Duke headline ACC/Big 10 Challenge
National runner-up North Carolina, a strong contender for the No. 1 spot in the preseason polls with four starters returning, will play at Indiana in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge on Nov. 30.
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Minnesota forward Parker Fox to miss season with knee injury
Minnesota junior forward Parker Fox, a potential starter in the frontcourt, will miss his second straight season with a knee injury.
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Canisius recruit gets bail on gun charges; school drops him
Bail has been set for a Canisius College basketball recruit who was arrested for having two handguns, a shotgun and numerous high-capacity magazines outside the school's indoor athletic complex.
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Bilas: Holmgren is not defined by slight frame
ESPN analyst Jay Bilas and Rich Eisen break down the top prospects in this week’s NBA Draft including Gonzaga’s Chet Holmgren and Auburn’s Jabari Smith.
Coroner: Former Purdue star Caleb Swanigan dies at 25
Former Purdue basketball star Caleb Swanigan has died at 25, the Allen County Coroner's office confirmed Tuesday.
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College basketball player killed in NYC shooting; 8 wounded
A college basketball player was killed and eight other people were wounded Monday in an early-morning shooting at a gathering in Harlem, New York City police said.
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Bob McKillop retires as Davidson coach after 33-season run
Bob McKillop's 33-year run at the small private school of fewer than 2,000 students north of Charlotte, North Carolina has come to an end.
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Northwestern’s Pete Nance transferring to North Carolina
Northwestern forward Pete Nance says he'll transfer to North Carolina. Nance averaged 14.6 points and 6.5 rebounds for the Wildcats last year, including 45.2% from 3-point range.
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George Washington University to drop ‘Colonials’ moniker
George Washington University is dropping its "Colonials" moniker because "it can no longer serve its purpose as a name that unifies."
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UConn self-reported 15 minor NCAA violations in 2021
UConn's athletic department self-reported 15 minor NCAA violations in 2021, including a women's basketball player accepting cash from fans.
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Jahari Long following Willard from Seton Hall to Maryland
Guard Jahari Long is transferring from Seton Hall to Maryland, following in the footsteps of coach Kevin Willard.
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Arizona coach Tommy Lloyd agrees to 5-year extension
Arizona basketball coach Tommy Lloyd has agreed to a five-year contract extension through 2027 following a successful first season in the desert.
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Kentucky adds longtime assistant Turner to Wildcats staff
Kentucky has hired longtime basketball assistant coach K.T. Turner to round out head coach John Calipari's staff.
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Duke hires former Nike, NBA staffer to aid players with NIL
Rachel Baker will fill a newly-created role for Duke basketball.
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Pierson back to Texas Tech as coach after long WNBA career
Plenette Pierson is returning to Texas Tech to be an assistant coach at her alma mater after spending most of the past 20 years in the WNBA.
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Arizona’s Tommy Lloyd to get 5-year contract extension
Tommy Lloyd will get a $1M raise next season in a proposed five-year extension through 2027 following a successful first season in the desert.
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Malachi Smith, one of nation’s top transfers, joins Gonzaga
Malachi Smith, one of the top players available in the transfer portal, signed Thursday with Gonzaga.
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Smith returning to NC State instead of staying in NBA draft
Terquavion Smith was a potential first-round prospect, but instead he returns to the Wolfpack.
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Coach Washington adds 2 transfers to Rutgers basketball
Just four days after being hired, Rutgers coach Coquese Washington has received two much-needed transfer commitments.
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5-star recruit Fisher from Canada signs with Texas Tech
Elijah Fisher, Texas Tech's newly-signed recruit, has played at the varsity level for six years.
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Wake Forest hires Gebbia as women’s basketball coach
Wake Forest has hired American's Megan Gebbia as its new women's basketball coach.
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Washington looking to build off Stringer success at Rutgers
Coquese Washington isn't looking to replace C. Vivian Stringer as the women's basketball coach at Rutgers. That's an impossible task.
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Coquese Washington to succeed Stringer as Rutgers coach
Former Penn State women's basketball coach Coquese Washington will succeed Hall of Famer C. Vivian Stringer as coach at Rutgers, the school announced Monday.
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Alabama signs ex-St. Bonaventure guard Dominick Welch
Alabama has signed former St. Bonaventure shooting guard Dominick Welch.
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Indiana’s Trayce Jackson-Davis pulls out of NBA draft, will return
Indiana's top player, Trayce Jackson-Davis, will be on the court next season after he withdrew from the NBA draft.
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Tennessee adds 5-star recruit Julian Phillips to roster
Phillips is the fourth high school All-American and seventh five-star prospect to join the Volunteers under Rick Barnes.
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Florida lands ‘proven winner’ with St. Bonnies guard Lofton
Florida officially signed graduate transfer and St. Bonaventure guard Kyle Lofton on Friday, a potentially huge addition for new coach Todd Golden.
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Wake Forest fires Jen Hoover as women’s coach
Wake Forest has fired women's basketball coach Jen Hoover, parting ways with the former Demon Deacons player after 10 seasons.
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Clemson adds Brevin Galloway to roster
Clemson has added Boston College transfer Brevin Galloway to its men's basketball roster.
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Iowa assistant Kirk Speraw will retire after 43-year career
Iowa assistant Kirk Speraw will retire on June 30 after 43 years coaching college basketball, head coach Fran McCaffery announced Wednesday.
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North Carolina State transfer joins revamped Butler roster
Butler head coach Thad Matta announced that former North Carolina State big man Manny Bates is transferring to Butler University.
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Former Hoosiers favorite Jordan Hulls joining Indiana staff
Indiana head coach Mike Woodson is bringing back fan-favorite Jordan Hulls as the Hoosiers' team and recruiting coordinator.
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Ex-Michigan State star Adreian Payne killed
Adreian Payne, a former Michigan State basketball standout, died in a shooting at 31.
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Wisconsin adds Wofford transfer Max Klesmit to its backcourt
Wisconsin has added former Wofford guard Max Klesmit as the Badgers continue reshaping their roster.
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Miami’s Wong shows college sports hurtles toward free market
University of Miami basketball star Isaiah Wong and his agent provided a look into the new world of NCAA sports now that athletes can make money.
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Ole Miss coach McPhee-McCuin agrees to new contract
Mississippi women's basketball coach Yolett McPhee-McCuin has agreed to a new contract running through 2026 after leading the Rebels to their first NCAA Tournament in 15 years.
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Wichita State fires its athletic director Boatright
Wichita State University President Rick Muma announced that the school fired athletic director Darron Boatright.
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Akok Akok heads to Georgetown men’s basketball from UConn
Akok Akok is transferring to Georgetown from UConn, the latest in a series of additions and subtractions for coach Patrick Ewing's Hoyas after the worst men's basketball season in Big East history.
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Texas guard Jones, who fought leukemia, to enter NBA draft
Texas shooting guard Andrew Jones, whose college basketball career was interrupted for nearly two years by leukemia, has announced he will skip a final season with the Longhorns and turn pro.
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Hollingshead transfers from Georgia to Tennessee Lady Vols
Lady Vols coach Kellie Harper announced that forward Jillian Hollingshead has transferred to the University of Tennessee.
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BYU forward Lohner transferring to Baylor in his home state
Baylor coach Scott Drew announced that BYU Cougars forward Caleb Lohner is returning to his home state and will play for the Bears.
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AAC player of year Battles transferring from UCF to Georgia
The Georgia Bulldogs announced that American Athletic Conference player of the year Diamond Battles is transferring from Central Florida.
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Florida’s Johnson joins transfer portal, hopes to play again
Florida forward Keyontae Johnson, who collapsed during a game in December 2020 and hasn't practiced or played since, entered the NCAA transfer portal Sunday with hopes of resuming his college career.
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Hall of Fame coach C. Vivian Stringer retires after 50 years
Hall of Fame coach C. Vivian Stringer announced her retirement Saturday after 50 years in college basketball.
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Carey, Holloway become latest Georgetown players to transfer
Don Carey and Collin Holloway became the fifth and sixth Georgetown basketball players to enter the NCAA transfer portal this spring.
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UCLA’s Singleton to stay, Johnson leaving Bruins
UCLA guard David Singleton is returning for a fifth year with the Bruins, while center Myles Johnson is leaving the team to finish his graduate degree in electrical engineering.
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Neptune ready to keep Villanova elite as Wright’s successor
As 37-year-old Kyle Neptune succeeds Jay Wright, the question is: Can a longtime assistant with one season of head coaching experience keep Villanova humming along as a perennial Big East Conference...
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Bolton fifth Gonzaga starter to declare for NBA draft
Gonzaga guard Rasir Bolton has become the fifth starter to declare for the NBA draft.
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