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Shantay Legans could bring Jacob and Tanner Groves to Portland

Shantay Legans just arrived at the University of Portland but is wasting little trying to turn the beleaguered Pilots program around. Legans, coming off the heels of an NCAA berth with Eastern Washington, has high hopes of taking the success he cultivated with the Eagles to change the course of the Pilots.
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Shantay Legans ready to make Pilot hoops a winner

Shantay Legans, Portland Pilots, Ann Schatz, Portland, Eastern Washington Eagles, Ben Howland, Eric Reveno, 2004 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament, Scott Leykam. PORTLAND, Ore. – When the search for a new head coach for the Portland Pilots men's basketball program began, Shantay Legans stood out immediately. Even through Zoom, Portland Vice President of Athletics Scott Leykam could tell that his personality was a perfect fit in Portland. He knew the coaching was pretty solid, too, considering Legans had just taken Eastern Washington to the NCAA Tournament, almost upsetting the Kansas Jayhawks in the first round. Leykam could tell he would be a top candidate.

Shantay Legans departs EWU for University of Portland

CHENEY - Eastern Washington's ever-improving basketball program has launched another coach out of Cheney. Fresh from guiding his team to only the program's third berth in the NCAA Tournament, losing 93-84 to one of the legends in the sport, Kansas, Shantay Legans will next take over the University of Portland Pilots of the West Coast Conference.
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WATCH: Saying Goodbye to Shantay Legans

Joe McHale sat down with former EWU Head Coach Shantay Legans for the very last time. After 11 years of coaching the Eagles, Legans is starting a new journey at the University of Portland as the new men's basketball head coach.
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Reports: Portland to name Shantay Legans as new college basketball coach

Portland will hire Eastern Washington’s Shantay Legans as its next head coach, multiple outlets reported Monday. Legans led the Eagles to just their third NCAA Tournament berth in program history and a 16-8 record this season. No. 14 seed Eastern Washington, of the Big Sky Conference, lost 93-84 to No. 3 Kansas in the first round of West Region play on Saturday.
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Sources: Shantay Legans leaving EWU, heading to Portland

CHENEY, Wash. – According to sources, Eastern Washington University Men’s Basketball coach Shantay Legans is heading to Portland. Sources telling CBS Sports reporter Jon Rothstein an official announcement is coming soon. The Eagles lost in the first round in the NCAA tournament to Kansas on Saturday. Legans spoke with KHQ...

EWU men’s basketball coach Shantay Legans heading to University of Portland

CHENEY, Wash. — Eastern Washington (EWU) men’s basketball coach Shantay Legans is heading to Portland. Basketball insider Jon Rothstein first broke the news that Legans finalized a deal with the University of Portland on Monday. 4 News Now confirmed Legans’ departure Monday afternoon. The news comes fresh off an impressive...
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Report: Shantay Legans to be named University of Portland head coach

After leading Eastern Washington to the Eagles’ third NCAA Tournament appearance this past weekend, Shantay Legans is headed to Portland. According to CBS Sports’ Jon Rothstein, Legans is finalizing a deal to become Terry Porter’s successor at U of P. The former Trail Blazers star was fired in February after posting a 43-103 mark in five seasons.