Last season’s record— 7-19, 5-17 in the RMAC.
Athletic Director Joel Smith announced Wednesday that Houston Reed will replace Brent Bargen as the head men’s basketball coach. Reed was introduced today (Thursday, May 5) in a media opportunity at the Chicoine Center.
Head women’s basketball coach Tim Connealy—who publicly announced his resignation March 15—confirmed Tuesday, he was given the option to resign or not have his contract renewed. Connealy’s contract expires June 30.
Total points scored: 673. Total rebounds: 383. Years at CSC: 2.
Athletic Director Joel Smith announces the resignation of head coaches Brent Bargen, Tim Connealy, effective June 30
Head men’s basketball coach Brent Bargen has resigned from his position, Athletic Director Joel Smith announced today (Tuesday, March 15).
Athletic Director Joel Smith announced the resignation of Head Women’s Basketball Coach Tim Connealy Tuesday. The resignation will be effective June 30, 2016.
Chadron State’s men’s basketball team traveled to Denver to take on Regis University for its final game of the season. With a fight-to-the-end mentality, the Eagles (7-19, 5-17 RMAC) earned their first road win of the season Friday, edging out the Rangers (9-19, 7-15 RMAC) 77-70.
In the final game of the season the Eagles matched the Rangers of Regis University, Denver. Although the playoffs were no longer in the picture, they went into the game wanting to send their seniors out with a win. The Eagles played hard and made several runs hoping to tie or take the lead but could not overtake the Rangers, who are currently No. 4 in the RMAC conference tournament, and eventually lost 70-58.
The Chadron State men’s basketball team traveled to Grand Junction, Colorado, and Salt Lake City for match-ups against Colorado Mesa University, Friday, and Westminster College, Saturday, suffering losses in both meetings. The Eagles fell to Mesa 88-66, and the Griffins 77-62.