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 1 Nebr.Wesleyan 0-0 
 2 Whitman 24-1 
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 2. Fitch, SUNY C3.6 
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 4. Vezele, Rhode I3.4 
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Abe Woldeslassie '08 to Coach Men's Basketball at Macalester - Apr 29, 2018


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ST. PAUL, Minn. - Macalester College Director of Athletics Kim Chandler has announced the hiring of Abe Woldeslassie '08 as head men's basketball coach. Woldeslassie returns to Macalester after spending the past eight years as an assistant coach at the Division I and III levels.

"It is an honor to be named head men's basketball coach at Macalester College," Woldeslassie said. "I am a proud Macalester graduate and I am grateful for the opportunity to come home. I am excited to work with our student-athletes and build a program that the entire Macalester community will be proud of. Thank you to Kim Chandler and President Brian Rosenberg for this tremendous opportunity."

Woldeslassie comes to Macalester following a two-year stint as an assistant coach at Siena College, where he helped the Saints advance to the finals of the 2017 MAAC Tournament. As an assistant at Siena, Woldeslassie helped the Saints with recruiting, player development, compliance, video breakdowns and opponent scouting, and monitored the team's academic progress throughout the year.

Prior to his time at Siena, he served as the director of basketball operations at Davidson College for three seasons. While at Davidson, the Wildcats posted 20-win campaigns and advanced to national postseason tournaments in each of Woldeslassie's three seasons with the program. The Wildcats amassed 64 wins, captured two conference regular-season titles, made two NIT appearances, and earned the program's first at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament in 2015.

Before Davidson, Woldeslassie also was the director of basketball operations at Dartmouth College of the Ivy League for one season. His coaching career started in the NESCAC in 2010 at Bowdoin College, where he served as an assistant coach for two years.

Since 2010, Woldeslassie has helped develop student-athletes who are currently playing professionally in Portugal, Lithuania, Spain, Germany, Belarus, Belgium, Czech Republic, Hungary and Sweden.

Woldeslassie played two seasons at Macalester after transferring from the University of St. Thomas. As a Scot, he was a two-time, All-MIAC guard and led the conference in assists both seasons. In 50 career games, Woldeslassie averaged 17.2 points and 5.4 assists per game while totaling 858 points. He graduated in 2008 with a degree in sociology.

A native of Minneapolis, Minn., Woldeslassie attended St. Thomas Academy, where he was an all-conference player and team co-MVP in 2004.

"We are thrilled to welcome Abe home as our new men's basketball coach at Macalester," Chandler said. "He brings a wealth of coaching experience back to Mac, and we are fortunate to entrust our men's basketball program to such an accomplished alumnus. Our student-athletes will greatly benefit from his leadership, both on and off the court."

Courtesy of Macalester   




Brandon
Linton
Nichols set to name Patriot League assistant as next Head Basketball Coach - 5 days ago
Multiple sources have told me that Army assistant Brandon Linton will be hired as the new head basketball coach at DIII Nichols College (MA). He will replace Scott Faucher who became the head coach at DII Assumption College (MA) earlier this spring. Linton joined the Army staff back in 2014. He has also worked as an assistant at Bowdoin College, and his alma mater Clarkson University. Last season, Nichols finished 28-3 and advanced to the NCAA DIII Elite Eight. An official announcement is...   [read more]

Stefan
Thompson
Stefan Thompson to serve as new Hobart head coach - 12 days ago
Former All-American Stefan Thompson was promoted from assistant coach to become Hobart's new head coach, the school has announced. A native of Syracuse, New York, Thompson started his coaching career as a junior varsity coach at Christian Brothers Academy in his hometown. In 2014, he was named assistant coach at Wilkes University, before joining the Hobart coaching staff two years ago. The Statesmen had to look for a new head coach, as Tim Sweeney accepted a job at Connecticut College. A...   [read more]

Trevor
Johnson
Trevor Johnson named Buena Vista head coach - 18 days ago
The Buena Vista University has announced that former Johns Hopkins University assistant coach Trevor Johnson has agreed to become the new men's basketball coach. Prior to his one-year stint at Johns Hopkins, Johnson served as assistant coach at Nebraska Wesleyan University. Nebraska Wesleyan won the NAIA Division II national championship in 2017-18. "I am very blessed for this opportunity to lead a program that has a strong, winning tradition. I am excited to get to campus and start buil...   [read more]


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