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College: Men's NCAA Division I Coaching Moves
March 30th, 2001 12AM
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Aidan Heaney, the 2000 Southern Conference Coach of the Year at Appalachian State, is the new head coacxh at UNC Wilmington. Heaney, 32, replaces Keith Cammidge. Heaney, a graduate of UNC Charlotte, played in the USISL (Greensboro Dynamo) and MLS (New England Revolution). He was an assistant at North Carolina and Penn State before taking the App State job in 1999.
School Old Coach New Coach
Appalachian State Aidan Heaney TBA
Butler Todd Bramble Joe Sochacki
Cincinnati Jeff Cook TBA
Creighton Brett Simon Bob Warming
Dartmouth Fran O'Leary Jeff Cook
George Mason Gordon Bradley Fran O'Leary
Lafayette Tim Lenahan Dennis Bohn
Liberty Bill Bell Jeff Alder
Manhattan Danny Lazo Billy Walsh
Northwestern Michael Kunert Tim Lenahan
Notre Dame Chris Apple Bobby Clark
Saint Louis Bob Warming Dan Donigan
St. Mary's Mark Talan Steve Rammel
San Francisco Stephen Negoesco Erik Visser
Stanford Bobby Clark Brett Simon
UNC Wilmington Keith Cammidge Aidan Heaney

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