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CWRU Head Men's Basketball Coach Sean McDonnell Announces Resignation - Jun 6, 2016


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Sean McDonnell , the head coach of the Case Western Reserve University men's basketball program since 2003, has announced his resignation. McDonnell, the third head coach of the program since the federation of the University prior to the 1971-72 season, compiled 128 wins during his time with the team. In his 13 years at CWRU, McDonnell has coached three finalists for The Jostens Trophy (NCAA Division III National Player of the Year) and three Academic All-America honorees. His players received 34 All-University Athletic Association honors during his tenure, including five all-conference first team selections. "Over the past 13 years, I've forged lifelong relationships with students, alumni, faculty, and staff at Case Western Reserve and will be forever grateful for my experiences here," said McDonnell. In addition to the team's activities on the court, McDonnell's players have been active members of Team "STU MAN Group", volunteering annually at the Walk to Defeat ALS in support of the late Spartan Club Hall of Famer, David Stuczynski '85. His team has tutored students at nearby Mary M. Bethune Elementary School in mathematics every Friday since 2014. "I would like to thank Sean for his many years of service to our student athletes and our community at Case Western Reserve University," said CWRU Director of Athletics Amy Backus. "We wish all the best for Sean and his family in the next phase of his career." A national search for the next Case Western Reserve University head men's basketball coach will begin immediately. Case Western finished 12-13, 5-9 in the UAA last season.
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Young Named Head Men's Basketball Coach at Covenant College - 1 day ago
After a national search of candidates, the Covenant men's basketball program has a new head coach as director of athletics Tim Sceggel has named Neal Young the 16th head coach in program history. Young comes to Covenant after spending the last four years as head coach at Goshen (Ind.) College. In addition to his head coaching role at Goshen, Young was an associate athletic director for compliance. 'I would like to thank Tim Sceggel, Dr. Brad Voyles, President Dr. J. Derek Halvorson and th...   [read more]

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2013 D3hoops.com NCAA Division Player of the Year John DiBartolomeo (6'0''-PG-91, college: Rochester, agency: Duran International) has reached the highest heights of his professional career by signing a three-year deal with Maccabi Tel Aviv in June. After spending the first two years of his professional career in Spain, the former University of Rochester standout took his game to Israel, joining Maccabi Haifa in 2015. In the 2016-17 season, he averaged 11 points, 3.9 boards and 3.0 assist...   [read more]

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What's next for D3 standout Joey Flannery? - 6 days ago
Where is Joey Flannery (6'5''-G, agency: Duran International) going to start his professional career? The 2017 NABC and D3hoops.com NCAA Division III Player of the Year is currently looking into opportunities in Europe, according to boxborough.wickedlocal.com. After completing his stellar college career at Babson University this spring, Flannery worked out with the Los Angeles Clippers in June. "I went into it with confidence. I felt like I belonged and it showed me I could compete anywhe...   [read more]


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