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February 5, 2010

Legendary Minn. Track Coach Dies

Niilo "Ed" Hendrickson, who was one of Minnesota’s pioneering high school track and cross country coaches, died last week in Virginia. He was 89. Hendrickson started track and cross country programs at Embarrass High in 1948. He eventually coac...


February 5, 2010

Lacrosse Coaches Start Gold Medal Lacrosse Recruiting Service

The Gold Medal Lacrosse Recruiting Service has been created and announced by some of the leading coaches in the United States. It is the first professional recruiting consulting service run by coaches.http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/team-of-l...


February 5, 2010

La. Tech Hires Dykes As Football Coach

Louisiana Tech has hired Sonny Dykes as its new football coach. Dykes, 40, spent the last three seasons as the offensive coordinator at the University of Arizona.http://www.seattlepi.com/scorecard/cfootballnews.asp?articleID=273300...


February 5, 2010

Kopp Is Winningest Hoops Coach In Pa.

With 802 victories to his credit, Mike Kopp now is Pennsylvania’s all-time winningest basketball coach — boys or girls. Kopp is the girls basketball coach at Allentown Central Catholic, which defeated Bethlehem Catholic, 42-31, for the re...


February 5, 2010

Knight Calls Out Calipari

Speaking at an Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame fundraiser last night, former coach Bobby Knight, called out Kentucky coach John Calipari on how he left his former jobs at Memphis and the University of Massachusetts. Knight said, "We’ve gotten i...


February 5, 2010

Kiffin Leaves Tennessee For USC

After one year on the job, Lane Kiffin has left the University of Tennessee to become the head coach at the University of Southern California. Kiffin went 7-6 with the Vols in his only season in Knoxville.http://www.usatoday.com/sports/college/footba...


February 5, 2010

Iowa Coach Returns, Wins, Suspends Player Indefinitely

After not coaching Iowa for the last couple of weeks after a recovering from a surgical procedure on his carotid artery, Todd Lickliter returned to the Hawkeyes bench Saturday. Iowa beat Drake, 71-67. However, later Saturday evening, guard Anthony Tu...


February 5, 2010

Inspirational Story Of Girl Who Lost Arm But Still Plays Hoops

Marykate Hughes, a 17-year-old from Woodland, Wash., should serve as an inspiration to us all. Despite having her right arm amputated recently due to an "unclassified sarcoma" cancer in it, she continues to play basketball for her high school team. R...


February 5, 2010

Hundreds Rally In Support Of Football Coach

Hundreds of players, student and parents rallied to support football coach Ed Dalton, who has coached at Trinity High School (Pa.) for 11 years but has been relieved of his football duties.http://www.wpxi.com/news/22041242/detail.html...


February 5, 2010

Hoops Coach, Mother Of 4, Has Inoperable Brain Cancer

Heather Sugg, the Beamer High School (Wash.) girls basketball coach, 36, found out recently that she has inoperable brain cancer. Instead of wallowing in self-misery, she is fighting for every day of her life. Read her incredible story at the link be...