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Men's Division I college coaching changes
April 11th, 2011 11:54PM

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[MAKING A LIST] While the turnover hasn't been like in 2010 when dozen longtime coaches stepped down at major programs, four 2010 NCAA Division I Tournament teams -- semifinalist North Carolina, Butler, Creighton and St. Peter's -- have made coaching changes. For all the NCAA Division I men's coaching changes ...

Men's Division I College Coaching Changes
ALBANY Johan Aarnio ... Trevor Gorman (Wright State assistant coach)
BUTLER
Kelly Findley (N.C. State head coach) .... Paul Snape (Michigan associate coach)
CANISIUS Jim Hesch ... Dermot McGrane (Niagara head coach)
CREIGHTON Jamie Clark (Washington head coach)... Elmar Bolowich (North Carolina head coach)
HARTFORD Dan Gaspar ... TBA
N.C. STATE
George Tarantini ... Kelly Findley (Butler head coach)
NIAGARA Dermot McGrane (Canisius head coach) .... Chase Brooks (Dayton assistant coach)
NJIT
Pedro Lopes ... Cesar Markovic (Stony Brook head coach)
NORTH CAROLINA
Elmar Bolowich (Creighton head coach) ...  Carlos Somoano (interim coach)
NORTH FLORIDA Ray Bunch... Derek Marinatos (Furman associate coach)
RIDER
Russ Fager ... Charlie Inverso (Rutgers assistant coach)
ST. PETER'S
Guy Abrahamson ... Julian Richens (Rider assistant)
STONY BROOK
Cesar Markovic (NJIT head coach) .... Ryan Anatol (South Florida assistant)
WASHINGTON
Dean Wurzberger ... Jamie Clark (Creighton head coach)



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  1. Ric Fonseca
    commented on: April 13, 2011 at 1:58 p.m.
    This is arepeat of an earlier article.... boring!


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