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Jay Smith accepts men's basketball coaching position at Kalamazoo College - Jun 23, 2016


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Jay Smith has verbally accepted the position of head men's basketball coach at Kalamazoo College. Smith brings 31 years of collegiate coaching experience to Kalamazoo, including 10 years as a head coach at Grand Valley State University and Central Michigan University. "I am elated to accept the position of head men's basketball coach at Kalamazoo College," Smith said. "I am truly grateful for the opportunity that [Director of Athletics] Kristen Smith and the search committee has given me. I am looking forward to the challenge of taking this program and molding it into a championship culture. It is going to take time and patience to create the brand that we as a unit can believe in and thrive in for years to come." Most recently, Smith was an assistant coach at University of Detroit Mercy from 2008-16. The 2015-16 team ranked eighth in the nation in scoring (84.1 ppg) and scored 90 or more points nine times. Smith helped the Titans to an NCAA Tournament appearance in 2012 and an NIT Tournament appearance in 2013. Smith was the head coach at Central Michigan University for nine years (1998-2006). His time with the Chippewas led to a pair of Mid-American Conference (MAC) regular season championships, a MAC Tournament championship, and a trip to the NCAA Tournament. His 2002-03 team had wins over Michigan, No. 23 Notre Dame and No. 15 Creighton in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. Smith recruited and coached Chris Kaman, the 2003 MAC Player of the Year and sixth overall pick in the 2003 NBA Draft (Los Angeles Clippers). Prior to CMU, Smith was the head coach at Grand Valley State University in 1996-97 where he guided the Lakers to a 23-6 overall record, Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC) regular season and tournament championships, and an NCAA II Tournament appearance. Smith was an assistant coach at the University of Michigan for seven years (1989-96) where he helped the Wolverines to six NCAA Tournaments and two Final Four appearances while coaching All-Americans Rumeal Robinson and Chris Webber along with All-Big Ten selections Juwan Howard, Jalen Rose and Ray Jackson. Before Michigan, Smith was an assistant at Kent State for five years (1984-89) where he helped the Golden Flashes to a pair of NIT Tournament appearances. Smith earned a bachelor's degree in physical education with a business minor at Saginaw Valley State University in 1984 and a master's degree in sports administration at Kent State in 1986. He played one year of basketball at Bowling Green State University (1989-90) before playing his final three years at Saginaw Valley State where the Cardinals posted a 60-32 record (32-16 GLIAC) during his career. Smith played high school basketball at Mio Au Sable and still holds the Michigan state record for career scoring with 2,841 points. Smith will be the 14th head coach in the 110-year history of Kalamazoo College's men's basketball program. He expects to begin working at K officially on July 1. "There will be a major focus on teaching and developing winning habits that will carry us both on and off the court," Smith said. "We will work diligently from day one to make sure we are recruiting high character student-athletes and putting them in a position to be successful by taking the 'LEAP' ; Love, Excellence, Accountability, and Passion. "This is a tremendous day for my family and me, and we are extremely fortunate to be welcomed into the Kalamazoo College community and to be part of something special."
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CSAC restocks with two new schools - 3 days ago
The Colonial States Athletic Conference Board of Directors has confirmed the acceptance of Bryn Athyn and Wilson as full members of the conference, effective July 1, 2018. The two will begin competition as members of the CSAC beginning in the 2018-19 academic year along with Cairn, Cedar Crest, Centenary (N.J.), Clarks Summit, Keystone, Notre Dame (Md.) and Rosemont. Cabrini, Gwynedd Mercy, Immaculata, Neumann and Marywood are leaving the CSAC at that time, to form a new conference along...   [read more]

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Jordan Rezendes headed to Germany - 10 days ago
Jordan Rezendes (6'2''-G) has signed a deal with the BIS Baskets Speyerof the German Regionalliga to get his professional career underway. Coming out of Onset, Massachusetts, Rezendes enjoyed a stellar career at UMass Dartmouth: In 2015-16, he led the NCAA Division III in scoring, averaging 29.7 points a contest to go along with 6.4 assists, 6.0 rebounds and 1.6 steals per game. He ranked fifth in the country in three-point field goals per game and knocked down a total of 103 threes on t...   [read more]

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Rhode Island College adds Daniel Jones to Men's Basketball Staff - 17 days ago
Rhode Island College has named Daniel Jones as an assistant men's basketball coach. Jones will assist Head Men's Basketball Coach Michael Byrnes with all facets of the program, including recruiting, scouting, administering practice and game coaching. 'I would like to thank Coach Byrnes and Athletic Director Don Tencher for the opportunity to be part of a storied basketball program here at RIC,' said Jones. 'I look forward to working with Coach Byrnes and learning from him and to be part o...   [read more]


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