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PostPosted: 03/14/17 7:17 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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Bollant out at U of I. Well deserved.


Curious as to why it took so long. What I REALLY find amazing is that he (apparently) earned nearly half a mil/year in that position. I didn't realize U of I was that cushy of a position. But....I just may be out of touch with the reality of wbb salaries.



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PostPosted: 03/14/17 7:21 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Howee wrote:
sigur3 wrote:
Bollant out at U of I. Well deserved.


Curious as to why it took so long. What I REALLY find amazing is that he (apparently) earned nearly half a mil/year in that position. I didn't realize U of I was that cushy of a position. But....I just may be out of touch with the reality of wbb salaries.


Less buyout to have to pay..... (cynically)



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PostPosted: 03/15/17 1:34 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

At Illinois, the three main hires by the former — Tim Beckman, John Groce, and Matt Bollant — have all been fired within the last two calendar years.


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PostPosted: 03/15/17 8:29 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Illinois could be a really, really good job. Couple hours away from 2 areas that produce a fair amount of WBB talent: Chicago & Indianapolis. Nice campus, good academics, pretty good arena. I really feel like it is a gold mine if they can get the right person.

I have heard a couple of names of people interested in that job, but nothing yet as to who the school would have in mind.


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UMKC makes change and relieves Marsha Frese of duties ...

http://www.umkckangaroos.com/ViewArticle.dbml?SPSID=89997&SPID=10800&DB_LANG=C&ATCLID=211522030&DB_OEM_ID=18300


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PostPosted: 03/15/17 8:17 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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UMKC makes change and relieves Marsha Frese of duties ...

http://www.umkckangaroos.com/ViewArticle.dbml?SPSID=89997&SPID=10800&DB_LANG=C&ATCLID=211522030&DB_OEM_ID=18300


Sigh, I had a nice chat with Marsha after a game against Omaha.


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Rumblings around Muncie that Sallee is wanting to move on to bigger and better things. Considering how detached he has been the past few games and his willingness to throw his team under the bus, it makes sense.



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Rumblings around Muncie that Sallee is wanting to move on to bigger and better things. Considering how detached he has been the past few games and his willingness to throw his team under the bus, it makes sense.


That is true, but not sure this year helped him with that. He would make some sense at Illinois considering his success at Eastern Illinois prior to taking over the Ball State program. Clearly, he has several ties in the Illinois/Indiana region.


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PostPosted: 03/17/17 11:12 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Tony Kemper elevated to HC at Marshall ...

http://www.herdzone.com/sports/w-baskbl/spec-rel/031717aaa.html


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PostPosted: 03/20/17 4:26 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Who should be hired

1. USC - Carol Ross (she is familiar with the LA area having coached the Sparks)

2. Arkansas - Melanie Balcomb (She don't have to recruit academics now. If she decline, Sandra Rushing, Central Arkansas coach)

3. Florida - Karl Smesko (FGCU head coach. Very successful)

4. Illinois - Kyra Elzy (Give her a chance)


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Carol Ross isn't going back to college ball



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PostPosted: 03/20/17 5:05 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Tina Thompson????


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Gail Goestenkors?


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Jennifer Azzi?


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Jennifer Azzi?


After Jennifer Azzi stepped down as the head coach at the Univ. of San Francisco last year, she said that she no longer wants to be coaching in college again.



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PostPosted: 03/20/17 6:58 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

I don't think Gail Goestenkors is going back to college either.



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PostPosted: 03/21/17 9:15 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Mark Trakh should definitely be considered for a P5 position ... the only reason he was fired at USC was a cascade of injuries, most notably to Jacki Gemelos.

New Mexico State is now a power in the WAC, and that's an amazing feat.



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PostPosted: 03/21/17 10:43 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

I thought I read somewhere that Illinois was announcing today. Any leads?


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Florida is apparently down to three finalists



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PostPosted: 03/21/17 12:39 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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Mark Trakh should definitely be considered for a P5 position ... the only reason he was fired at USC was a cascade of injuries, most notably to Jacki Gemelos.

New Mexico State is now a power in the WAC, and that's an amazing feat.


You're giving him too much credit. Even with all the injuries, he could never translate his Mid Major success to a P5 conference. He had multiple McD's All Americans and still struggled in a much weaker Pac 12.


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PostPosted: 03/21/17 12:46 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

basketballologist wrote:
Who should be hired

1. USC - Carol Ross (she is familiar with the LA area having coached the Sparks)

2. Arkansas - Melanie Balcomb (She don't have to recruit academics now. If she decline, Sandra Rushing, Central Arkansas coach)

3. Florida - Karl Smesko (FGCU head coach. Very successful)

4. Illinois - Kyra Elzy (Give her a chance)


I agree with pilight. Carol Ross is not going back to college ball.

What I would love to see is Balcomb at USC.


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basketballologist wrote:
Who should be hired

1. USC - Carol Ross (she is familiar with the LA area having coached the Sparks)

2. Arkansas - Melanie Balcomb (She don't have to recruit academics now. If she decline, Sandra Rushing, Central Arkansas coach)

3. Florida - Karl Smesko (FGCU head coach. Very successful)

4. Illinois - Kyra Elzy (Give her a chance)



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PostPosted: 03/21/17 2:00 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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Florida is apparently down to three finalists


...one of which is Becky Hammon...?



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Florida is apparently down to three finalists


...one of which is Becky Hammon...?


From...
https://twitter.com/KennyKallina/status/839610181495451650?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw



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Mount St Marys Open

http://mountathletics.com/sports/wbkb/2016-17/releases/20170321jy0dab


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Florida is apparently down to three finalists


...one of which is Becky Hammon...?


If Hammon is actually interested in the job, I don't see how she would get turned down. Should we just pencil Hammon in at Florida?



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Becky Hammon as a college coach would be amazing....but would she? I kinda doubt it. I think that's someone's pipe dream.



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Becky Hammon as a college coach would be amazing....but would she? I kinda doubt it. I think that's someone's pipe dream.


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She will be visiting the Gainesville campus in the next couple of days, as Florida is down to their final three candidates — with Hammon being at the top of the list.



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Becky Hammon as a college coach would be amazing....but would she? I kinda doubt it. I think that's someone's pipe dream.


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She will be visiting the Gainesville campus in the next couple of days, as Florida is down to their final three candidates — with Hammon being at the top of the list.


YIKES! Considering that she's been an NBA coach, I'd almost consider that a step *down*. But whatever floats your boat, I guess.



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stever wrote:
pilight wrote:
Florida is apparently down to three finalists


...one of which is Becky Hammon...?


Well, I'd rather see that than Vic (he needs to stay put, Lillian!), but I also would want Becky to start out at a more high-profile place, m'self. She'd certainly be a feather in their cap.



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Shades wrote:
summertime blues wrote:
Becky Hammon as a college coach would be amazing....but would she? I kinda doubt it. I think that's someone's pipe dream.


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She will be visiting the Gainesville campus in the next couple of days, as Florida is down to their final three candidates — with Hammon being at the top of the list.


YIKES! Considering that she's been an NBA coach, I'd almost consider that a step *down*. But whatever floats your boat, I guess.


I think it's good that she doesn't see it as a step down. Plus, Florida is one of the few schools that would pay her more than she's making now.



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Vic definitely needs to stay put. I like what he's doing where he is. I kind of agree with Howee that if Becky were to go into college coaching, she could look higher than Florida, but whatever floats your boat, I suppose. *shrug*



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Vic definitely needs to stay put. I like what he's doing where he is. I kind of agree with Howee that if Becky were to go into college coaching, she could look higher than Florida, but whatever floats your boat, I suppose. *shrug*


What's higher than Florida right now? Tennessee is stumbling and bumbling as usual, so they're going to miss out if they like Hammon.



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PostPosted: 03/22/17 7:48 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Nancy Fahey to Illinois

http://www.swishappeal.com/2017/3/22/15020206/illinois-hires-hall-of-famer-nancy-fahey

I'm a big fan, so kudos.


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Nancy Fahey to Illinois

http://www.swishappeal.com/2017/3/22/15020206/illinois-hires-hall-of-famer-nancy-fahey

I'm a big fan, so kudos.


I didn't know who she was, but that's a helluva track record. Kudos to Illinois...and to her.



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PostPosted: 03/22/17 9:33 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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ClayK wrote:
Mark Trakh should definitely be considered for a P5 position ... the only reason he was fired at USC was a cascade of injuries, most notably to Jacki Gemelos.

New Mexico State is now a power in the WAC, and that's an amazing feat.


You're giving him too much credit. Even with all the injuries, he could never translate his Mid Major success to a P5 conference. He had multiple McD's All Americans and still struggled in a much weaker Pac 12.


Two of those Mickey's girls -- Jacki Gemelos and Stefanie Gilbreath -- did not play a minute in Trakh's last two seasons due to knee injuries. Not too many programs can lose one of the greatest players of her generation (Gemelos) and a WNBA-caliber player and still compete in a BCS conference.

Trakh was 90-64 at USC, and took over a program in disarray after Chris Gobrecht's time in charge.

His first year at New Mexico State, he was 6-24, and now the Las Cruces (not exactly a recruit magnet) school has gone 69-19 in the last three years.



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All true and Trakh got blamed for all of the frustration related to several player injuries at the time by an incompetent Sr. Athletic Director. Now that USC has a new AD, Mark Trakh would be a great hire.


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Phil wrote:
Nancy Fahey to Illinois

http://www.swishappeal.com/2017/3/22/15020206/illinois-hires-hall-of-famer-nancy-fahey

I'm a big fan, so kudos.


I didn't know who she was, but that's a helluva track record. Kudos to Illinois...and to her.


As a small personal anecdote, I'll explain why I knew.

A number of years ago, my daughter was in the college selection process. One of the schools on a short list was Washington University. We took a trip out to the campus, and while my daughter was in her interview, I was walking around in the hall and saw some information about the women's basketball program on the wall. I didn't know much about the program but I was interested so I started reading and learned that they didn't just have a good program they were national champions. Wow.

My interest is still primarily in D1 schools but I try to pay attention to some of the D2 and D3 schools and Wash U is one of them even though my daughter didn't end up going there.


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Phil wrote:
Nancy Fahey to Illinois

http://www.swishappeal.com/2017/3/22/15020206/illinois-hires-hall-of-famer-nancy-fahey

I'm a big fan, so kudos.


I didn't know who she was, but that's a helluva track record. Kudos to Illinois...and to her.


As a small personal anecdote, I'll explain why I knew.

A number of years ago, my daughter was in the college selection process. One of the schools on a short list was Washington University. We took a trip out to the campus, and while my daughter was in her interview, I was walking around in the hall and saw some information about the women's basketball program on the wall. I didn't know much about the program but I was interested so I started reading and learned that they didn't just have a good program they were national champions. Wow.

My interest is still primarily in D1 schools but I try to pay attention to some of the D2 and D3 schools and Wash U is one of them even though my daughter didn't end up going there.


I have a *sort of* adopted Chinese brother (too long to explain, but he really is part of the family, and is an American citizen now) whose older daughter went to Washington U. She didn't play basketball, but she was a big fan, and she loved the place.

I don't pay a whole lot of attention to D-III but I do cast an eye at D-II now and then, mostly because I lived next door to a D-II school for many years in Tennessee, and also because a school that recruited my daughter for soccer years ago (she didn't go, for complicated reasons) is now D-II and is the only non-HBCU in its conference which also includes Virginia Union in Richmond, which I got a little familiar with when I lived there.



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McCormick's #s are off (which is odd because he is on top of everything) ... he skipped 2 numbers (19 & 20) when tweeting. Tweeted #18 Marshall on March 12th and then March 13th he tweeted about Illinois State and CS Fullerton saying 22 open. Unless I missed something.

I only have 23 openings to date. Grambling State and Morgan State were Interim last year and have yet to be named permanent, so that could be it.

With Illinois hiring officially ...
http://www.fightingillini.com/news/2017/3/22/fahey-named-head-womens-basketball-coach.aspx?path=wbball

Only 21 HC openings currently. Marshall and Illinois hired.


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This is on the men's side, but I figured I would throw this in here. Shouldn't they take a good, long look at what happened at Arkansas in a very similar situation?

http://www.espn.com/mens-college-basketball/story/_/id/18977048/doug-gottlieb-interview-oklahoma-state-cowboys-coaching-vacancy


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Candidates for the Florida job according to Kenny Kallina are:

Charlotte Smith
Cam Neubauer
Becky Hammon
Matthew Mitchell


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This is on the men's side, but I figured I would throw this in here. Shouldn't they take a good, long look at what happened at Arkansas in a very similar situation?

http://www.espn.com/mens-college-basketball/story/_/id/18977048/doug-gottlieb-interview-oklahoma-state-cowboys-coaching-vacancy


Somewhat similar but Dykes was worse because he knew nothing about girls basketball, had no involvement. Gottlieb is at least commentating on men's basketball. His dad was a long time AAU coach in California, and his brother is a long time D1 assistant at places such as Cal, so I think he has actual AAU connections and would know how to staff whereas Dykes was like a fish out of water in that all he had was Arkansas ties but no ties to women's basketball at all.


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Durantula wrote:
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This is on the men's side, but I figured I would throw this in here. Shouldn't they take a good, long look at what happened at Arkansas in a very similar situation?

http://www.espn.com/mens-college-basketball/story/_/id/18977048/doug-gottlieb-interview-oklahoma-state-cowboys-coaching-vacancy


Somewhat similar but Dykes was worse because he knew nothing about girls basketball, had no involvement. Gottlieb is at least commentating on men's basketball. His dad was a long time AAU coach in California, and his brother is a long time D1 assistant at places such as Cal, so I think he has actual AAU connections and would know how to staff whereas Dykes was like a fish out of water in that all he had was Arkansas ties but no ties to women's basketball at all.


True. But how much coaching experience does he have?


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Candidates for the Florida job according to Kenny Kallina are:

Charlotte Smith
Cam Neubauer
Becky Hammon
Matthew Mitchell


Oh, please please please let them take Charlotte Smith out of the CAA!!!!!!!

Seriously, though, she is a very good coach, and a good recruiter. If she can get quality recruits at a place like Elon, I can just imagine what she could do at Florida. I have a high regard for her.



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Candidates for the Florida job according to Kenny Kallina are:

Charlotte Smith
Cam Neubauer
Becky Hammon
Matthew Mitchell


Oh, please please please let them take Charlotte Smith out of the CAA!!!!!!!

Seriously, though, she is a very good coach, and a good recruiter. If she can get quality recruits at a place like Elon, I can just imagine what she could do at Florida. I have a high regard for her.

Get her outta there!!Man she can coach...I was listening to her postgame pressor after beating MY Tribe yet again. You can see why kids play so hard for her. Smith is very passionate and bring a calmness in her speech good or bad. She is close to my kids trainer and he always had her in high regard.
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Candidates for the Florida job according to Kenny Kallina are:

Charlotte Smith
Cam Neubauer
Becky Hammon
Matthew Mitchell


Interesting that Cam Neubauer and Matthew Mitchell are both on the list.

I'm thinking that Neubauer did more with less that what Mitchell did.

Also wondering if Neubauer was on the list prior to the KY game?



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Mitchell is the highest paid coach in the SEC. Butler has been one of the lowest. He'd either have to take a huge pay cut, or Florida would have to triple their guaranteed compensation. Ditto for the AC's. I don't see this happening. Unsubstantiated rumor says he's not moving until the Tenn job opens up. Now for Vic Schaefer, OTOH, it would be a very lucrative move.


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