College Coaching Moves: Penn men's assistant Gill promoted to head coach

Brian Gill, who spent the 2017 season as a men's assistant coach at the University of Pennsylvania, has been named the Quakes' new head coach.

Gill takes over for longtime coach Rudy Fuller, who was promoted to senior associate athletic director.

“I am thrilled to hand over the coaching reins to Brian,” Fuller said. “We have known each other for over a decade, but this past year has given me a first-hand look at his ability to comprehensively lead a program. I’ve always known that he was one of the top recruiters in the country, but what I’ve come to learn in the past year is that his mentoring and coaching are just as special."

Prior to his arrival, Gill spent seven seasons at Georgetown as an assistant. His tenure with the Hoyas was highlighted by five trips to the NCAA Tournament, including an appearance in the NCAA College Cup final in 2012 and appearances in the quarterfinals (2014) and round of 16 (2013, 2015).

NCAA Division I men's coaching moves:
Dartmouth Out: Chad Riley (Notre Dame head coach);  In: Bo Oshoniyi (ETSU head coach).
DePaul
Out: Craig Blazer; In: Mark Plotkin (Colgate associate).
ETSU: Out: Bo Oshoniyi (Dartmouth head coach).
Gonzaga Out: Einar Thorarinsson (retired); In: Paul Meehan (Gonzaga assistant).
Notre Dame Out: Bobby Clark (retired); In: Chad Riley (Dartmouth head coach)
Penn: Out: Rudy Fuller. In: Brian Gill (Penn assistant).
Penn State Out: Bob Warming (retired); In: Jeff Cook (Bethlehem Steel assistant)
Oregon State Out: Steve Simmons; In: Terry Boss (Virginia associate).
Temple Out: Dave MacWilliams; In: Brian Rowland (Maryland associate).
St. Francis, Pa. Out: Paulo Neto. In: Frank Olszewski (Davis & Elkins head coach).
Saint Louis Out: Mike McGinty. In: Kevin Kalish (St. Louis Scott Gallagher).
San Diego Out: Seamus McFadden (retired); In: Brian Quinn (San Diego assistant).
Seton Hall Out: Gerson Echeverry (Rio Grande Valley FC); In: Andreas Lindberg (LIU-Post head coach).
Stetson: Out: Kyle Gookins; In: Cristian Neagu (North Carolina assistant).
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