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McCarley returns to UMBC as Grad Assistant

After a stellar four-year career at UMBC, Taylor McCarley will return to the Retrievers program as a graduate assistant for the 2017-18 season.

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Driscoll hired to Loyola men’s basketball staff

Kevin Driscoll, who has experience coaching in the Patriot League at Holy Cross, was hired by GG Smith to fill Josh Loeffler’s vacant assistant position.

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Niki Reid Geckeler resigns as Tiger coach

Niki Reid Geckeler resigned as head coach of the Towson Tigers women’s basketball program after four years to pursue other coaching opportunities.

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Jackson withdraws from draft, will return to UMD

Terps men’s basketball player Justin Jackson has withdrawn his name from the NBA Draft and will return to Maryland for his sophomore season.

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Josh Loeffler named JHU men’s basketball coach

After spending the last four years as an assistant coach for the Loyola Greyhounds, Josh Loeffler will be the next head coach for the Johns Hopkins Blue Jays.

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Justin Jackson declares for NBA Draft

Maryland freshman forward Justin Jackson has declared for the NBA draft, but will not hire an agent, signaling his likely return to College Park next year.

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Nancy Funk retires from JHU after 31 years

Long-time Johns Hopkins women’s basketball coach Nancy Funk will retire at the end of the academic year after 31 years and 537 career victories.

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Juan Dixon to be named Coppin State head coach

Despite just one losing season as the head coach of a DII women’s team, Juan Dixon is expected to become the next head coach of the Coppin State men’s team.

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Kevin Broadus hired as Terps assistant

Mark Turgeon shook up his staff a little bit on Friday and brought in veteran assistant coach Kevin Broadus. Cliff Warren to be Director of Player Development.

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Sean Obi to transfer to Maryland from Duke

Duke forward Sean Obi will enroll and play for Maryland as a graduate transfer next season. It is the second time in three years a Duke player as joined the Terps.

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