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Seton Hall Pirates Basketball: Seton Hall Pirates Basketball Venues, Seton Hall Pirates Mens Basketball Coaches

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Published August 16th 2011
ISBN : 9781157937586
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40 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 38. Chapters: Seton Hall Pirates basketball venues, Seton Hall Pirates mens basketball coaches, Seton Hall PiratesMorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 38. Chapters: Seton Hall Pirates basketball venues, Seton Hall Pirates mens basketball coaches, Seton Hall Pirates mens basketball players, Tommy Amaker, Chuck Connors, Prudential Center, Nikos Galis, Izod Center, Bobby Gonzalez, Louis Orr, P. J. Carlesimo, Andrew Gaze, Eddie Griffin, Paul Gause, Adrian Griffin, Samuel Dalembert, Andre Barrett, Bill Raftery, Terry Dehere, Ram n Ramos, Bob Davies, Tom Brennan, Art?ras Karni ovas, Rimantas Kauk?nas, Gary Cohen, Kevin Willard, Fred Hill, Kerry Keating, Anthony Avent, Bobby Wanzer, Nick Werkman, Glenn Mosley, Tim OToole, John Allen, Brian Nash, Grant Billmeier, George Blaney, Mark Bryant, John Dunne, Walter Dukes, Luther Wright, Frank Saul, Jeremy Hazell, John Thurston, Ed Sadowski, Dan Hurley, Chris Collins, John Russell, John Carroll, Walsh Gymnasium, Richie Regan, John Morton, Tommy Byrnes, Dan Callandrillo, Eugene Harvey, Hoddy Mahon. Excerpt: Harold Tommy Amaker (born June 6, 1965 in Falls Church, Virginia) is the current head coach of the Harvard University mens basketball team. He has also served as head basketball coach for the University of Michigan mens basketball team and at Seton Hall University. He played point guard and later served as an assistant coach at Duke University under Mike Krzyzewski. As an All-American player, he set numerous records and earned many recognitions. As an NCAA Division I college basketball coach, he took Seton Hall to the post season in each of his four seasons as their coach, helped Michigan win the National Invitation Tournament the year after a probationary ban from postseason play, and had the winningest season in school history in the third season with Harvard. As a player, he set most of the assists records and many steals records for Duke Blue Devils mens basketball. Being in the same 1987 Atlantic Coast Conference class with Muggs...