College basketball tuition changes tracking 2024: Dusty May picks Michigan, forcing Louisville to turn
College basketball tuition changes tracking 2024: Dusty May picks Michigan, forcing Louisville to turn

1 Released: Jared Grasso | in : Phil Martelli Jr
Martelli won the full-time job early in the season. Bryant’s big win came in November at FAU. The 19-12 Bulldogs finished third in the America East. 2 Released: John Smith
Smith managed just 30 wins in five seasons. This is a bottom-tier Big West job. 3 Outside : Reggie Witherspoon
The Golden Griffons parted ways with Witherspoon after eight seasons. The program has not danced since 1996 and before that since 1957. 4 Released: Anthony Boone
The Bears went 9-23 in Boone’s fourth and final season and did not qualify for the ASUN Tournament. This program has been DI since 2006 and has yet to qualify for the NCAA Tournament. This job is expected to be filled by the end of the weekend. 5 Released: Barkley Radebo | in : Saah Nimli
The Buccaneers retained Nimley, who was promoted to full-time following a 10-19 season and the retirement of Radebaugh, who spent the past 18 seasons leading the program. The Bucs haven’t danced since 1997. 6 Released: Cliff Ellis | in : Justin Gray
When Bob Huggins resigned, Ellis became the winningest active coach in the game … then he chose to retire in December. This line from Coastal Carolina’s press release puts his underrated 49-year career into perspective: “With 831 career NCAA victories, Ellis ranks ninth in Division I men’s basketball history in wins, trailing only Mike Krzyzewski, Jim Boeheim, Bob Huggins, Jim Calhoun, Roy Williams, Bob Knight, Dean Smith and Adolph Rupp.” As for Gray, he comes by way of Western Carolina, where he went 51-47 in three seasons at a top-2 tough job in the SoCon . 7 Outside : Brian Earle
The Big Red job opened after Earle took over at William & Mary after eight seasons in Ithaca, N.Y. There’s an obvious move here: promoting alumnus/associate head coach John Jacques from within. 8 Released: Mike Davis
The Titans went 1-31, the worst winning percentage in DI. The loner wins? IUPUI, which also fired its coach. Davis lasted six seasons but never won more than 14 games. 9 Released: Darian DeVries
The industry fully expects DeVries to move on to bigger jobs after leading Drake to a third NCAA Tournament appearance. This is historically not a good program. It needs to fix rent to avoid a collapse in the Missouri Valley. 10 Released: Keith Dambrot
Dambrot announced he would retire after the team’s NCAA Tournament run. Dambrot led the Dukes to their first Atlantic 10 title since 1977 thanks to four wins in four days, culminating in a 57-51 victory over VCU in the A-10 title game. Dambro is perhaps best known for coaching NBA superstar LeBron James when he was in St. Vincent-St. Mary High School from 1998-2001. 11 Released: Jay Young | in : Chris Casey
Young resigned in October under mysterious circumstances that have never been clarified by the university. Chris Casey became interim coach and did a good job under duress. He was officially promoted earlier this week. The Stags are 20-11 and a contender to win the automatic MAAC bid. 12 Released: Justin Hutson
This one was publicly/officially unveiled shortly after the Bulldogs lost to Utah State in the MW quarterfinals on Thursday. Hutson’s contract is up and he’s on after six seasons. It’s a tough job compared to the rest of the league right now. 13 Outside : Robert McCullum
The Rattlers decided not to renew McCullum’s contract after going 67-133 over seven seasons in the SWAC. The school last made the NCAA in 2007. 14 Outside : Dusty May
As expected, May moved on. One serious candidate for the job is Kyle Church, who was May’s top assistant at FAU and would make perfect sense to promote internally to prevent a total roster purge. But I expect Brian White to take a tour around the midfield and have a few current head coaches interview before making a decision. I doubt anything was done before Tuesday. 15 Outside : Tim Kraft
The Bulldogs are on alert after Tim Craft was courted by Western Carolina. 16 Outside : Buck Joyner | in: Ivan Thomas
After 15 years comes change at Hampton, which made three NCAAs under Joyner, the last in 2016. The Pirates won nine games this season, their second in the CAA since moving from the Big South. Thomas gets the nod and comes from Georgetown, having been a longtime assistant under Ed Cooley. 17 Released: Ron Cottrell
A big changing of the guard in the Southern Land Conference. Houston Christian (formerly Houston Baptist) has been led by Cottrell since 1990, when the program was resurrected as an NAIA school. She became a DI in 2008. Cottrell spent 33 seasons with the program and won 524 games. 18 Released: Matt Crenshaw
Crenshaw managed just 14 wins in three seasons, but it’s a cellar job in the Horizon League that’s years away from being remotely viable in this conference. 19 Outside : Dan Monson
What a story this is. Monson has coached The Beach since 2007, but he told CBS Sports that the split was mutual and that he initiated the split. “I asked for a meeting today. I’m not ready to retire if I can find the right fit, but after 17 years the program needs a new voice and I need a new challenge.” coaching his final game Thursday against No. 2 seed Arizona in the West Region. 20 Released: Hardy goods
After six seasons and a 66-110 record, Hardy resigned Friday. The Greyhounds hit their lowest point this season under Hardy, finishing 7-25. 21 Outside : Greg Garry | in : Ryan Reeder
Gary, a former Purdue assistant, coached the Bears for five seasons but hovered around .500 each year in the SoCon, where he has yet to have a 20-win season since leaving the ASUN in 2014. Ridder was hired out of UT Martin. 22 Outside : Dana Ford
This was no surprise. Ford lasted six seasons but never made it out of the Missouri Valley to make the NCAA. The school last made the Big Dance in 1999. The name to watch here is Ben McCollum, the coach at D-II Northwest Missouri State, who won four national championships there and has given multiple previous DI coaching opportunities in recent three years. 23 Released: Geoff Jones | in : Mike Jones
Jones retired at the end of February, though he hadn’t coached since December due to multiple health issues. ODU wasted little time and is hotly hiring the hearing replacement. Mike Jones, a Maryland assistant, has longtime ties to the D.C. area after a 19-year coaching career at DeMatha High School. He is also an ODU graduate. Easy choice. 24 Released: Leonard Perry
This has been expected for months. Perry replaced Damon Stoudemire and won 29 games over three seasons. This is considered the worst job in the WCC. The Tigers will be hoping to bring in a young, aggressive reliever from the senior ranks. 25 Released: Lorenzo Romar
Another position has opened for the West Bank Conference. Romar coached in obscurity for six years and went 117-156. Few campuses have a better life than this one, so even if they haven’t made the NCAA Tournament in 22 years, this job will attract some talent. Eastern Washington coach David Riley circles around the job a lot; sometimes it can be a smoke screen for another candidate. 26 Outside : Scott Pera
Rice fired Pera after seven seasons in Houston, the high point being 2022-23 when the Owls went 19-16. Early names for the job include Longwood coach Griff Aldrich, former Georgia Tech coach Josh Pastner, Florida assistant Carlin Hartman and Xavier assistant Adam Cohen. 27 Outside : Travis Ford
SLU fired Ford moments after the team’s season ended in the A-10 Tournament. He was there eight seasons and went to one NCAA tournament. Many in the business have seen this program fall short of its potential for decades. It stars names like Josh Schertz, Blake Ahern and Chris Mack. 28 Outside : Carm Maciariello
The Saints fired Maciariello, doing so after a 4-28 season that saw the program finish 357th out of 362 teams in KenPom. But: He was over .500 in his first four seasons. Tough job, especially considering he might have taken the Saints to the NCAAs in 2020 if there was a tournament. From 1997-87, the average Siena coach lasted 3.9 seasons at that school. 29 Released: Brian Mullins
Rumors have grown over the past month that Mullins could be coaching for the March job. After falling to UIC in the first round of the Missouri Valley Tournament, that proved true. The SIU graduate is out after five seasons and an 86-68 record but no NCAA Tournament appearance. Who will take this one? Some interesting names were put forward. This is a solid MVC gig. 30 Outside : Ryan Reeder
Ridder was at UT Martin for the past three seasons, but according to multiple reports, he has been left for the Mercer vacancy. The Skyhawks will have their fifth coach in 10 seasons. 31 Outside : Luke Yaklich
Yaklich, who had a solid reputation as a defensive tackle when he was hired, is out after four seasons and a 47-70 record. The Flames made the jump from the Horizon League to Missouri Valley in Yaklich’s third year, but went 8-32 in the league since the transition. The program has been a casualty for the past two years in the transfer portal cycle. The school should be done with the search by the weekend. 32 Outside : Steve Henson
The Roadrunners are now on the market a year into their AAC residency. The program last made the NCAAs in 2011. 33 Released: Matt Figure
Figer is out at UTRGV after going 29-65 in three seasons. The Vaqueros were 6-25 this season. It was a quick hook, but it comes just as the program decided to leave the WAC for the South Side after 11 seasons. 34 Released: Justin Gray | in : Tim Kraft
Vacancies create countless domino effects every year, that’s exactly what happened here. Gray left for Coastal Carolina, leading to a change in Western Carolina. Tim Kraft comes after 11 seasons at Gardner Webb. 35 Released: Dane Fisher | in: Brian Earle
Fisher went 55-90 overall as William & Mary’s coach. He is replaced by Earle, who went 96-103 in eight seasons at Cornell.

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