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    Coaching changes for 2016-17

    Probably a good time to start looking at the possible changes coming up. Too many to even list. Brown, Princeton experiment, Eaves, Anasto, is Red going to retire, is Donato in play, Vaughan, Madigan and on and on and on.

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    Re: Coaching changes for 2016-17

    Micheletto should top this list.

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    Micheletto for sure. Madigan situation will be interesting.
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    don't overlook jrrrrrry's pending retirement
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    I'd say Andy Murray at WMU is a possibility for a coaching change. Although I'd guess they'd give him another year.
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    Re: Coaching changes for 2016-17

    I wish Jim Madigan Northeastern would be on the list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nufan2001 View Post
    I wish Jim Madigan Northeastern would be on the list.
    he's on the SAFE list
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    Re: Coaching changes for 2016-17

    Donato should be in play...his team's are always underachieving it seems like

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    Quote Originally Posted by nufan2001 View Post
    I wish Jim Madigan Northeastern would be on the list.
    I think he is safe with their great second half.

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    In the haste of my rant today, i forgot that Soderquist that has also under performed for far too long. Being the programs all time leading scorer can only take you so far.

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    Totally agree on soderquist (have no idea who that is)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronnieb View Post
    In the haste of my rant today, i forgot that Soderquist that has also under performed for far too long. Being the programs all time leading scorer can only take you so far.
    I would agree that Bentley has been under performing the last couple years. They have been a team that has not been able to get over the hump. I doubt they could get a big name to coach there, but I could see that job being a spot for a hot assistant coach to get an opportunity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nufan2001 View Post
    I wish Jim Madigan Northeastern would be on the list.
    Jim Madigan will step down when Jim Madigan decides to step down. It's the way things work at NU.
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    With uconn and maine up next, NU could finish over or at .500. That and a 6th place finish = no chance of madigan getting fired. And while i don't think ted donato is a good coach, no chance he gets fired either. They just made tourney last year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MCWarrior1011 View Post
    I think he is safe with their great second half.
    Fraud results. After St Lawrence their wins are against UNH, Merrimack, and UMass. Now they finish with UConn and Maine. (all teams are 8-12th in Standings). The Harvard Beanpot Consolation game win? Yay. They tied ULowell and Quinnipiac which is good.

    Maybe they will come out with a win in the first round best of 3. Then they will get drubbed by a real opponent barring a miracle. Then rinse, wash, repeat next year. Same tape on replay over and over and over.

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    Re: Coaching changes for 2016-17

    There are also some positives like Berard getting the Holy Cross job last year, Ben Barr has to get a head coach position soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J.D. View Post
    With uconn and maine up next, NU could finish over or at .500. That and a 6th place finish = no chance of madigan getting fired. And while i don't think ted donato is a good coach, no chance he gets fired either. They just made tourney last year.
    Disagree, if they fall enough that they miss the tournament, he'd be on the hotseat.
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    This is harvard we're talking about. Look at theur results before last season and they stuck with him. Not happening. Last year alone bought him a few years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronnieb View Post
    In the haste of my rant today, i forgot that Soderquist that has also under performed for far too long. Being the programs all time leading scorer can only take you so far.
    Brett Gensler is program's all-time Div 1 leading scorer.

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