Conference Realignment News, NCAA School Message Board Directory & Conference Realignment Forum Community

2006 College Basketball Coach Openings

Category: Featured News

7/1: Cremins To Coach CofC
More than six years into retirement, former Georgia Tech coach Bobby Cremins said Saturday he’s agreed to become the new coach at the College of Charleston.…(more)
6/30: No Buzz For CofC ; Cremins Interviews
Buzz Peterson has withdrawn his name from consideration for CofC while Bobby Cremins remains a candidate…(more)
6/29: Marshall Back to Winthrop; No Buzz For CofC
Apparently CofC wasn’t a big enough career jump for Marshall…of maybe his heart really is with the Big South school. Also Buzz Peterosn has withdrawn his name from consideration for CofC. (more)
6/29: Ernie Zeigler to Coach CMU
CMU is set to hire UCLA assistant coach Ernie Zeigler on Thursday. (more)
6/27: Marhsall Takes over At CofC
Gregg Marshall will be the next head coach of CofC (more)
6/23: CMU Down to 3 Candidates:
CMU has narrowed it’s list to 3 candidates (see below)
6/21: South Carolina St. Names Coach
South Carolina State reached into its successful past, choosing former star center Jamal Brown as its men’s basketball coach Wednesday. (more)
6/21: Montana Coach to Leave For NBA
Montana coach Larry Krystkowiak is leaving Montana for the NBA. Assistant Wayne Tinkle will take over. (more)
6/16: UNO Picks Buzz
The University of New Orleans, in the midst of a major post-Hurricane Katrina rebuilding campaign, will name Texas A&M; assistant Buzz Williams to replace Monte Towe. A news conference might occur Saturday to announce the hire. (more)
6/15: Brown Set To Name Coach
Brown announced Northwestern assistant Craig Robinson as its next men’s basketball coach at a news conference Thursday morning. (more)
6/14: Herrion Out at CofC
Despite having four years remaining on his contract, and due, according to a source, an estimated $1 million for the remaining years on that deal, Herrion is out as head coach, multiple sources told

2006 College Basketball Coaching Changes:
Arizona St Rob Evans Herb Sendek
(March 10) (April 3)

Brown Glen Miller Craig Robinson
(April 25) (June 15)
Ball St Tim Buckley Ronny Thompson
(March 15) (April 4)
Canisius Mike MacDonald Tom Parrotta
(March 8) (April 10)
Central Michigan Jay Smith Ernie Zeigler
(May 11) (June 29)
Cincinnati Andy Kennedy Mick Cronin
(March 23) (March 23)
The Citadel Pat Dennis Ed Conroy
(March 9) (April 7)
Cleveland St Mike Garland Gary Waters
(March 31) (April 6)
College of Charleston Bill Herrion/Gregg Marshall
Bobby Cremins
(June 14)(June 27)
(July 1)
Delaware David Henderson Monte Ross
(March 13) (March 31)
Duquesne Danny Nee Ron Everhart
(March 3) (March 29)
Fairfield Tim O’Toole Ed Cooley
(March 3) (April 10)
Florida Atlantic Matt Doherty Rex Walters
(April 21) (April 27)
Hartford Larry Harrison Dan Leibovitz
(March 16) (April 13)
Furman Larry Davis Jeff Jackson
(April 2) (April 23)
Hampton Bobby Collins Kevin Nickelberry
(March 16) (March 31)
Idaho Leonard Perry George Pfeifer
(March 9) (March 25)
Idaho St Doug Oliver Joe O’Brien
(January 17) (March 22)
Indiana Mike Davis Kelvin Sampson
(February 16) (March 29)
Iowa St Wayne Morgan Greg McDermott
(March 17) (March 21)
Kansas St Jim Wooldridge Bob Huggins
(March 9) (March 23)
Lamar Billy Tubbs Steve Roccaforte
(March 20) (March 21)
Manhattan Bobby Gonzalez Barry Rohrssen
(April 6) (April 22)
Mississippi Rod Barnes Andy Kennedy
(March 3) (March 24)
Missouri Quin Snyder Mike Anderson
(February 10) (March 26)
Melvin Watkins
(March 26)
Montana Larry Krystkowiak Wayne Tinkle
(June 21) (June 21)
Montana St Mick Durham Brad Huse
(March 13) (April 4)
Morehead St Kyle Macy Donnie Tyndall
(February 28) (April 10)
Morgan St Butch Beard Todd Bozeman
(March 28) (April 25)
Murray St Mick Cronin Joe Kennedy
(March 23) (April 11)
New Orleans Monte Towe Buzz Williams
(May 6) (June 16)
North Carolina St Herb Sendek Sidney Lowe
(April 3) (May 4)
Northeastern Ron Everhart Bill Coen
(March 29) (April 11)
Northern Colorado Craig Rasmuson Tad Boyle
(February 27) (April 25)
Northern Iowa Greg McDermott Ben Jacobson
(March 21) (March 22)
Oklahoma Kelvin Sampson Jeff Capel
(March 29) (April 11)
Penn Fran Dunphy Glen Miller
(April 10) (April 25)
Pepperdine Paul Westphal Vance Walberg
(March 15) (April 18)
Portland Michael Holton Ed Reveno
(March 24) (April 10)
Prairie View A&M; Darrell Hawkins Byron Rimm
(April 20) (April 20)
Rider < span style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 85%;">Don Harnum Tom Dempsey
(March 3) (April 6)
Rutgers Gary Waters Fred Hill
(March 1) (March 24)
Seton Hall Louis Orr Bobby Gonzalez
(March 24) (April 6)
SE Missouri St Gary Garner Scott Edgar
(March 1) (April 13)
St. Peter’s Bob Leckie John Dunne
(April 11) (May 24)
SMU Jimmy Tubbs Matt Doherty
(April 6) (April 21)
Temple John Chaney Fran Dunphy
(March 13) (April 10)
South Carolina St. Ben Betts Jamal Brown
(May 18) (June 21)
Texas Arlington Eddie McCarter Scott Cross
(March 9) (April 21)
Texas Pan-American Robert Davenport Tom Schuberth
(March 17) (April 17)
Texas San Antonio Tim Carter Brooks Thompson
(March 21) (April 17)
Texas St Dennis Nutt Doug Davalos
(March 2) (April 3)
UAB Mike Anderson Mike Davis
(March 26) (April 6)
VCU Jeff Capel Anthony Grant
(April 11) (April 17)
Washington St Dick Bennett Tony Bennett
(February 28) (March 8)
Weber St Joe Cravens Randy Rahe
(February 27) (March 23)
Winthrop Gregg Marshall
(June 27)
Wright St Paul Biancardi Brad Brownell
(March 13) (March 31)
UNCW Brad Browell Benny Moss
(March 31) (April 20)
x = interim
GD Star Rating

Tags: ,

Did You Enjoy This?


Related Articles:


  • Anonymous

    Another canidate for the CMU job – Chris Davis, Assistant at Drake University under Dr. Tom Davis … former MAC assistant at Kent and Western Michigan University … Michigan native


We have multiple spaces on this site available for advertising. Contact us to have your company exposed to our large audience.

College Sweatshirts at

About Me:

Matt Peloquin
SKYPE: matt_peloquin Skype Me™!
Follow this site on

Reach me on:

Check out on my other professional site, . You can also reach Matt Peloquin via his other sites: Matt Peloquin Blog, as well as Matt

Or reach me on these other services:

© site designed by Matt Peloquin & Clear Stage