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Posts Tagged ‘Bradley University.’

Senderoff replaces Ford at Kent State

 

Rob Senderoff (courtesy of Kent State athletics)

When Kent State lost popular head men’s basketball coach Geno Ford to Bradley University last week, the school didn’t have far to choose a new one.

The school has hired Rob Senderoff to replace Ford.

The 37-year-old Senderoff spent three years as the associate head coach on Ford’s staff. He also coached at the school form 2002-2006.

Senderoff was also an assistant at Indiana, where he was involved in the recruiting scandal that led to Kelvin Sampson’s resignation and NCAA penalties for the school.

 

compiled from staff, Radio, TV & Kent State athletics news

Bradley University hires Kent State coach Geno Ford

 

Geno Ford (courtesy of Kent State athletics)

Kent State head coach Geno Ford, a former star at Ohio University, will be packing his bags and heading west to Peoria, Illinois.
The young coach has been hired to revive the basketball program at Bradley University as the replacement for Jim Les.
Ford coached the Golden Flashes for three seasons, winning Mid-American Conference championships the last two years.
Ford was a star player at Ohio University alongside Gary Trent.
 
 
 
compiled from Bradley University & Kent State athletics
 
 

Duke coach Krzyzewski conquers another milestone

Mike Krzyzewski (file photo)

The Duke University Blue Devils are having the usual solid season while their famous head coach is achieving milestones along the way.

With Duke’s blowout win over Bradley University recently 83-48, head coach Mike Krzyzewski moved into sole possession of third place on the all-time wins list.

With 877 victories, Coach K passes Adolph Rupp  on the list.

Ahead of him are Bobby Knight at 902 and Dean Smith at 879.

compiled from staff & Duke University athletics