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Hardaway set to hire Tulsa’s Frank Haith

MEMPHIS, Tenn. – It looks like Penny Hardaway has found a veteran coach to fill one of the two openings on his coaching staff. One very familiar with the U of M program. Basketball insider Jeff Goodman says Hardaway is set to hire former Tulsa coach Frank Haith as one of his assistants. Haith spent […]
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Tulsa basketball coach Frank Haith resigns after 8 years

TULSA, Okla. (AP) — Tulsa basketball coach Frank Haith resigned Saturday, ending an eight-year run with Golden Hurricane. Tulsa finished the season 11-20 on Friday with a loss to SMU in the American Athletic Conference quarterfinals. The Golden Hurricane were 4-4 in regular-season conference play. “I have enjoyed my...
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Tulsa men's basketball coach Frank Haith resigns, 'will cherish the memories we have made'

Tulsa coach Frank Haith resigned Saturday after eight seasons with the Golden Hurricane. Their season ended Friday with a 25-point loss to SMU in the AAC quarterfinals. "I have enjoyed my time at The University of Tulsa and coaching the many young men who have made us proud as student-athletes and as they have gone on to live their lives after college," Haith said in a news release. "My family and I will cherish the memories we have made here at the university and in the community.
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Tulsa basketball parting ways with Frank Haith, per report

Tulsa is parting ways with head coach Frank Haith, according to Jon Rothstein of CBS Sports, as first reported by Cayden McFarland KJRH TV. Haith spent eight seasons as the head coach of the Golden Hurricane. Hired in 2014 as the head coach at Tulsa, Haith inherited a program from...
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TU hoops head coach Frank Haith resigns

TULSA, Okla. — The Frank Haith era is over at TU. Haith announced his resignation Saturday after eight seasons as Tulsa’s men’s head basketball coach. “I have enjoyed my time at The University of Tulsa and coaching the many young men who have made us proud as student-athletes and as they have gone on to live their lives after college,” said Haith. “My family and I will cherish the memories we have made here at the university and in the community.
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