Thursday, April 30, 2009

Feature: A coach's demise

Feature on the firing of 15-year BU coach Dennis Wolff from The Daily Free Press.

Click here to read. Feel free to discuss.

Monday, April 20, 2009

UMass guard Gary Correia transfers to BU

According to the Northstar basketball blog, point guard Gary Correia has received his release from the University of Massachusetts and has committed to Boston University. Correia, a 6-foot-1, 185-pound guard originally from Providence, R.I., averaged 11 minutes per game and 2.2 points per game and 1.2 assists per game in his sophomore season. He will sit out a year and have two years of eligibility with BU under new head coach Patrick Chambers.

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Incoming guard Daniel Munoz granted official release

Daniel Munoz, a 6-foot-1 point guard who signed a letter of intent earlier this season, has been granted his release by the administration.

Munoz, from St. Thomas Aquinas School in Fort Lauderdale, Fl., was recruited as a true point guard with a high basketball IQ and worked out with BU in early September but will now seek other options.

If Jake O'Brien decides not to return to BU, the Terriers will have three scholarships available for first-year coach Patrick Chambers to use.

M. Bball recruit Munoz granted release

Jake O'Brien granted official release

The America East Rookie of the Year, Jake O'Brien, was officially granted his transfer from BU on Monday, April 13. He is currently looking at options in the A10, ACC, Big East and CAA.

O'Brien, a 6-foot-8 forward, averaged 12.5 points per game and 4.6 rebounds per game in his freshman campaign.

O'Brien one and done
WHITROCK: Life after O'Brien

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Pat Chambers introduced

Check back soon for audio from Pat Chambers' press conference Wednesday morning. Chambers was officially announced as the 24th head coach in Terriers history.

Chambers introduced as new coach
Chambers vows to resurrect BU
Chambers plan BU-tiful
Official University Release

Monday, April 6, 2009

Coaching search update: Press Conference Wednesday

Boston University will hold a press conference at Agganis Arena in the Francis D. Burke Club Room at 11:00 a.m. Wednesday afternoon to officially announce Pat Chambers as the 24th coach in Terriers basketball history.

Sunday, April 5, 2009

BREAKING NEWS: Pat Chambers will be Boston University's next head coach

According to a source very close to the team, Patrick Chambers, an associate head coach at Villanova University, will be the next head coach at Boston University. Chambers was the longest-tenured member of Jay Wright's coaching staff on the Final Four Wildcats and has a 96-37 record in four years with the team. The job will be his first head coaching position. Chambers is 37 years old and lives in Bryn Mawr, Penn. and graduated from Philadelphia Textile with a degree in marketing. Chambers will be the second Episcopal High School graduate to coach in the America East -- Dan Leibovitz at Hartford is the other.

Chambers will replace Dennis Wolff, BU's previous coach of 15 years. No official announcement has been made by the Athletics Department but one could come as early as Wednesday.

Chambers to be named next men's basketball coach
Top 'Nova assistant headed for Boston University
Report: Villanova's Pat Chambers to get Boston University's top job
BU finds its coach
'Nova's Chambers to coach at Boston U.

Coaching search update: Chambers now the favorite

According to Seth Davis at, Villanova associate head coach Pat Chambers will become the next coach at Boston University. It would be the first head coaching job for Jay Wright's longest-tenured coaching staffer.

Here's the link: Villanova assistant Pat Chambers to become next Boston U coach

Friday, April 3, 2009

Coaching search update: And just like that...

Two days after the Boston Globe reported that Tony Jones (an associate head coach at the University of Tennessee) was going to be BU's next head coach. He withdraws... This is turning into quite the media circus.

Here's the link: Jones withdraws name from Boston U. search