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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

Red Auerbach Award Finalists include Akron’s Keith Dambrot

Courtesy of Akron Athletic Communications

University of Akron head men’s basketball coach Keith Dambrot is among the five finalists for the Red Auerbach College Coach of the Year Award, the Jewish Coaches Association announced on Monday.

Dambrot is joined on the list by Brad Greenberg of Radford University, Seth Greenberg of Virginia Tech, Josh Pastner of Memphis and Bruce Pearl of Tennessee.

Keith Dambrot Akron (UA)

In 2009-10, Dambrot’s sixth at Akron, he led the Zips to a 24-10 record and their third straight appearance in a postseason tournament.  Akron also advanced itself to the MAC Tournament championship game for the fourth-consecutive year and posted its fifth-straight 20-win campaign. The Zips ended the regular season on March 17, with a 70-66 loss to Green Bay in the opening round of the College Basketball Invitational.

Dambrot was the runner-up for the Mid-American Conference Coach-of-the-Year Award, which went to Kent State’s Geno Ford.

The Red Auerbach Award is given annually to the nation’s top Jewish college coach, as voted on by the members of the Jewish Coaches Association. The winner will be honored at the Final Four in Indianapolis in April.

In 2010, the Jewish Coaches Association named its college coach of the year award after Red Auerbach, the basketball legend who won 938 games ( a record at the time of his retirement) and nine NBA championships as a coach. As a general manager and team president of the Boston Celtics, he won and additional seven NBA titles, for a total of 16 in a span of 29 years, making him one of the most successful coaches and front office officials in the history of professional sports.